Pacific Northwest salmon review is 'Groundhog Day' to greens
The Trump administration today released a court-ordered plan to rescue the Pacific Northwest's iconic salmon from the brink of extinction through changes to the complex Columbia River hydropower system.
Ariz. bill would undercut endangered species protections
A broadly worded bill in Arizona that would neuter enforcement of the Endangered Species Act there appears heading for a Statehouse vote as soon as today.
Feds offer cash reward for information on wolf death
Federal officials and conservationists have offered a cash reward for information on the killing of a gray wolf, the latest in a string of deaths in Northern California that stretched into this month.
Ore. governor urges removal of four disputed dams
Oregon Gov. Kate Brown last week backed the call for the removal of four controversial dams in southeast Washington to save the Pacific Northwest's iconic salmon.
Calif. primary draws air issues into the presidential race
California's early primary and heavy delegate count has drawn Democratic primary contenders Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) and former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg to campaign in parts of the state beset by air pollution.