Environment And Nature

Wine and waterfalls in the Columbia River Gorge

Apr 18, 2018

Waterfalls and wine in the Columbia River Gorge _ and what you need to know about last year's wildfire

Trump administration defends Obama's Atlantic monument

Apr 18, 2018

The federal government wants to judge to toss a lawsuit from fishermen trying to eliminate former President Barack Obama's Atlantic Ocean monument

Pearl Jam aims to tap into youth movement with Montana show

Apr 17, 2018

Pearl Jam's brief North American tour this summer will include a stop in tiny Missoula, Montana, the part-time home of bassist Jeff Ament

Senator wants info on EPA chief's multiple email accounts

Apr 17, 2018

The Republican chairman of a Senate committee is pressing Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt over his use of multiple government email addresses

Poet-publisher-activist Sam Hamill dies at age 74

Apr 17, 2018

Sam Hamill, a poet and translator and the founding editor of an independent publishing company in Washington state, has died

Body ID'd as girl in SUV that went over California cliff

Apr 17, 2018

Officials have confirmed that a body pulled from the Pacific Ocean last week was another child from a family killed when their SUV plunged over a California cliff

Forecasters warn of rare, life-threatening wildfire weather

Apr 17, 2018

Forecasters are warning of dangerous, life-threatening wildfire conditions in parts of the Southwest and Southern Plains on Tuesday as firefighters in rural Oklahoma continue battling blazes that have killed two people so far

Michigan official: Tugboat damaged Great Lakes pipelines

Apr 17, 2018

Michigan's attorney general says a tugboat dragged its anchor as it passed through the waterway connecting Lake Huron and Lake Michigan, causing recent damage to underwater oil and electrical lines

Chicago, surfers criticize US Steel spills settlement

Apr 17, 2018

Chicago and some Great Lakes surfers say a federal settlement inadequately punishes U.S. Steel for chemical spills into Lake Michigan

Bat key to tequila trade gets off US endangered species list

Apr 17, 2018

Wildlife managers in the American Southwest say a once-rare bat important to the pollination of plants used to produce tequila has made a comeback and is being removed from the U.S. endangered species list

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