Columbia River

Scientists say El Niño is driving animals closer to shore in search of food.
In this story, it was regular citizens and a federal court, not the Ghost of Christmas Future, that gave the County a glimpse of what it means to be on the hook for Clean Water Act fines.
We took a few days off to see the world that was the Pacific Northwest 20,000 years ago, and 200 odd years ago. Two hundred
The Chinook people have inhabited what is now Washington and Oregon for thousands of years. Despite being well-documented in Pacific Northwest history with a present-day vibrant community, they are considered nonexistent.
Here's a reminder to always keep playing until the whistle is blown. Columbia River High School in Vancouver, Wash. was down
2012 marks the 40th anniversary of the Clean Water Act, an historic piece of legislation that turned the tide on our polluted waterways and began to hold big polluters accountable for their actions and impacts on the health of our communities.
Production at Hanford ended 20 years ago, leaving behind one of the most contaminated zones in the western Hemisphere -- enough liquid waste has been dumped to create a poisonous lake the size of Manhattan Island.
Our values are changing from profits and competition, to collaboration and community, focused on philanthropic giving for environmental and social responsibility.
President-elect Barack Obama's recent promise to make "the single largest new investment in our national infrastructure since