A fertilizer plant comes under criminal investigation after repeated ammonia leaks.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has launched a
criminal investigation into a large leak of ammonia from a Columbia
County fertilizer plant in 2010 that went undetected for five days.
Transplanting someone else's poo into your body is gaining medical acceptance.
Most teenage boys make money the old-fashioned way. They mow lawns, wash cars or flip burgers.
But one 13-year-old in Portland is the envy of his friends for the way he makes his money. He gets $50
Grant High students speak out about the locker-room assaults.
For the past four weeks, Grant High School in Northeast
Portland has been under a cloud of scrutiny and shame. Four of its
students face criminal investigation for allegedly assaulting two of
Union Pacific has billions in profits. So why is Oregon subsidizing the rail giant?
When it comes to shipping companies, few are bigger than
Union Pacific. The rail giant controls 32,000 miles of track across most
of the Western U.S. Last year, the company had profits of $3.3 bil
Portland’s indoor gardening shops sell all you need for homegrown medical weed—except advice.
Michael Johnson entered the Oregon Medical Marijuana
Program two years ago, decades after he quit smoking pot recreationally,
to help cope with a debilitating back injury. The 55-year-old
Should you take Sour Diesel or Purple Kush for nausea? Science has the answer.
For recreational users, the only criterion for picking a strain of cannabis is the character of the high they want to get.
But for the medical user, the choice of strain can be vitally importa