Competition from imports and electronic keyboards is hurting the US piano industry
Taking the banking out of blood banking saves lives in remote places
Earthquake-prone cities reinforce and replace infrastructure to recover quickly after disaster
Women account for a substantial, but largely unrecognized part of the global fishing industry.
When fog settles over Medford Airport, the fog-busters spring into action
Tsunami survival guide: Climb in. Buckle up. Hang on. Could this bright orange metal ball save you?
Cannabis for canines can make them feel better, but is it good for them?
World's airlines reportedly will need 600,000 new pilots during next 20 years
Goalball - the coolest sport you've never seen - center court at the Rio Paralympics
Archeologists hope finds from their battlefield excavations increase interest in and support for local preservation
Among the athletes representing the United States at the upcoming Olympics in Brazil will be several new Americans - and they are soldiers in the US Army
To dozens of movies about long-distance runners, add one more: 'Tracktown,' starring a real Olympic hopeful, Alexi Pappas, who is based in Eugene, Oregon
What's In A Name? History, and the power to offend... and maybe change; Changing names deemed controversial yet historically appropriate at the time
Thousands in US and abroad are investing in shared arrays, fighting climate change and reaping benefits they couldn't afford or accomplish on their own
Fish, other marine life from Japanese waters that washed up on US West Coast beaches, now on display at the Oregon Coast Aquarium
Smelter worker Chris Morales of Wenatchee, Washington, remembers the day he learned he was being laid off - via a text message on a day off.
Camouflage is key to bunnies’ survival, so danger grows substantially if snow melts before their coat changes to brown — which may occur more often with global warming, researchers say
National debate about whether to welcome refugees from the war-torn Middle East has become personal call to action for conservative activist in Twin Falls, Idaho
New recommended FAA rules will likely require all drones be registered in giant database, and evolving regulations for drone flying present lots of hurdles for students