by Natasha Geiling Jun 23, 2016
On June 3, a Union Pacific oil train derailed in Oregon, spilling thousands of gallons of oil and forcing the evacuation of a small town. This week, Union Pacific will resume shipping oil.
by Alice Ollstein Jun 15, 2016
A few key ideas have emerged from the chaos that could radically reform the system -- and make it far easier for millions of people to vote.
by Esther Yu-Hsi Lee May 28, 2016
The Portland Public School system has not systematically tested lead in its drinking water system since 2001.
by Samantha Page May 27, 2016
Nestle's investment in Phoenix isn't actually a drought problem. It's a priorities problem.
by Katie Valentine May 23, 2016
Climate education in Oregon just took a big step forward.
by Alice Ollstein May 16, 2016
"A lot of the Independents who have been coming out to the Bernie rallies aren't going to be able to vote. That's unfortunate."
by Samantha Page Mar 29, 2016
A new coalition of attorneys general from across the United States has pledged to combat climate change -- by investigating fossil fuel companies, to start.
by Alan Pyke Mar 24, 2016
Portland will spend $30 million building new housing and trying to prevent people from becoming homeless in the first place. But the plan also adopts a thornier idea.
by Natasha Geiling Feb 24, 2016
A bill being debated in the Oregon legislature would require two of the state's biggest utilities to cut coal by 2030 and double renewable energy by 2050.
by Judd Legum Feb 10, 2016
Is this the end?