The bill would allow anyone charged with a federal pot crime to clear their record if what they did is now legal under state law.
The heat will present health risks for people and pets and fire risks for forests and grasslands this week.
Extreme heat is the most common cause of weather-related deaths in the United States, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, killing more people on average each year than hurricanes, lightning, tornadoes, floods, and earthquakes combined.
Firefighters worked overnight to build new fire lines around the Cable Crossing Fire after the wildfire escaped containment Wednesday afternoon.
Anti-drilling protesters at St. Johns Bridge in Portland are being asked to move or be placed under arrest.
Greenhill Humane Society said it’s taking all the precautions and steps pet owners should be doing to keep its pets cool in the heat. But with their limited resources, they’ve learned a few tricks along the way.
Oregon State Police identified 34-year-old Lance Storm as the man responsible for sending suspicious mail to government buildings earlier this week.
A man jumped out of a boat into the lake Saturday and disappeared, the Douglas County Sheriff's Office said.
Rodney Wayne Shay, 51, a member of the Pleasant Hill Volunteer Firefighters Association, is presumed to have drowned, the sheriff's office said.
One way to know if the problem is pH and not something else is to do a pH test of the soil. One way you can do this is to buy a kit at a garden store. You can use the kit to take samples and send them away for testing.
There have been more than 600 reports of stolen bikes in the City of Seattle in the first six months of this year, but the real number of thefts is likely much higher because many victims don't report the crime.