Steps come after parent complaints
The marbled murrelet was listed as a threatened species in the 1990s
Missing man in the river identified
WASHINGTON — Routine commercial use of small drones was cleared for takeoff by the Obama administration Tuesday, after years of struggling to write rules that would both protect public safety and free the benefits of a new technology.
The growth in partisan media over the past two decades has enabled Americans to retreat into tribes of like-minded people who get news filtered through particular world views.
The Daily Astorian and Cannon Beach Gazette brought home awards from the Society of Professional Journalists Region 10 this weekend.
Authorities are responding after reports Monday of a man in the Columbia River in Astoria.
Land gift provides 80 acres to Seaside School District to move endangered schools
David Pero will succeed Steve Forrester at The Daily Astorian
The letter detailing Mateen’s Facebook posts and searches in the final hours of his life came to light as grief-stricken Orlando prepared to bury the first of the 49 dead
Top administrators have stepped down since critical reports
Judge Matyas accepted an Oregon State Hospital report that concluded Smith is competent to aid and assist in her defense.
Mission on the lookout for 'methane seeps'
Authorities were investigating the attack on the Florida dance hall as an act of terrorism.
The dream is alive, if distant
Many feel they have lost the culture wars
Many feel left out of the recovery
MOSIER — Crews have removed the last of the crude oil from a train that derailed Friday in Mosier.
Greg Svelund with the Oregon Department of Environmental Quality says the oil has been trucked to The Dalles, and crews were working...
Clinton cruised to easy victories in four of the six state contests Tuesday.
Sanders, 35, of Seaside, was sentenced to 28 months in prison and five years probation.
Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, Clinton’s only remaining rival, has insisted he still has a narrow path to the nomination.
This is the kind of scenario that will be rehearsed during the second week of June in a massive earthquake and tsunami readiness drill that has been developed by the U.S. government, the military, and state and local emergency managers over the past few...
At least eleven cars derailed Friday in the 96-car Union Pacific train and the company said several caught fire.
Loggers lose 4-3 to Burns