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Winds gusting up to 80 miles per hour at time are taking a toll on the Corbett community... [Read More]
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Day two of the howling winds in the gorge sent just about everything that wasn't secured flying. [Read More]
Imagine one day wearing a pair of shoes that adapt to the surface you're walking on with every step you take? [Read More]
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Imagine one day wearing a pair of shoes that adapt to the surface you're walking on with every step you take?        ... [Read More]
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It's going to be a cold week. [Read More]
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The potholes the city of Portland fixed this past winter and spring are back.        ... [Read More]
The potholes the city of Portland fixed this past winter and spring are back. [Read More]
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The lodge is up and running and will allow visitors back sometime this week. But those visitors will notice some changes when they return.         ... [Read More]
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Much of the Multnomah Falls area will remain closed. The public won't be able to venture beyond the area adjacent to the 1925 lodge. [Read More]
Months after the Eagle Creek Fire came close to destroying it, the Multnomah Falls Lodge has reopened to... [Read More]
They're called pyrosomes, and the gelatinous animals are actually a colony of individual organisms. [Read More]
The Multnomah Falls Lodge is ready to open for the first time since the Eagle Creek Fire. [Read More]
The lodge is up and running and will allow visitors back sometime this week. But those visitors will notice some changes when they return. [Read More]
Millions of unusual pickle looking sea creatures have washed up on shore and are now blanketing some beaches. [Read More]
Millions of unusual pickle looking sea creatures have washed up on shore and are now blanketing some beaches.        ... [Read More]
It's a phenomenon that has Oregon Coast visitors baffled. [Read More]
Millions of unusual pickle looking sea creatures have washed up on shore and are now blanketing some beaches.        ... [Read More]
Altogether, 150 meals were brought to the community which is still struggling after the Eagle Creek Fire.        ... [Read More]
The Cascadia Subduction Zone is a 600-mile long fault off the Oregon-Washington coast capable of producing a magnitude 9 earthquake. [Read More]
The Cascadia Subduction Zone is a 600-mile long fault off the Oregon-Washington coast capable of producing a magnitude 9 earthquake.        ... [Read More]
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