Nearly six decades after its creation, Medicare continues to provide a health-care safety net.
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People should think about buying what is in season and look into their local farmers markets.
Oregon makes it easy to register to vote, and a bill in Salem is looking to make it even easier.
The programs are designed to ensure rural co-ops have the resources to deploy clean energy technology.
Wildfires are a growing threat in the western United States, and a lot of money is spent on fire suppression.
A proposed rule from the U.S. Bureau of Land Management could raise conservation up as a priority on the land it manages.
March is Sleep Awareness Month and health experts say Americans are not getting enough of it.
Making sure children eat healthy can be tricky.
Regenerative grazing has increasingly become a buzzword as the market for local, sustainable foods has expanded and product labels such as Regenerative Organic have entered the market. But debates about ranching and climate are some of the food and agriculture world's most contentious.
(Oregon News Service)A film premiering this week tackles the potential harms of the nuclear industry.
Portland State University professor emeritus Jan Haaken directed the documentary "Atomic Bamboozle: The False Promise of a Nuclear Renaissance."
The film draws on historical lessons from the campaign to shut down the Trojan Nuclear Power Plant in Rainier, Oregon. The plant closed in 1992.