In the early 1900s, two men decided to go back-to-nature and become “Nature Man.”
Two eccentrics with Northwest ties turned their (unclothed) backs on civilization and made headlines.
In 1931, a baby whale swam up the Columbia and wound up buried on a Washington mountain. Sound like Northwest lore? Well, it's true.
Some state lawmakers see the bitcoin industry’s growth as a good thing. Others, not so much.
Meet the dogs who identify and protect endangered species.
On the Oregon coast, Rogue Detection Teams recruit four-legged friends to sniff out silverspot larvae.
CenturyLink offers some poorer neighborhoods with more residents of color slower internet for higher prices, an analysis found.
New campaigns in Washington and other states hope to shore up public trust ahead of the November midterms.
After decades of national efforts to erase Native language and identity, the Oregon-based Northwest Indian Language Institute is helping students reclaim and preserve their roots.