Portland Weather Summary: 77 degrees
For the first time in 99 years, North America is going to experience a coast-to-coast total solar eclipse.
Eye specialists say that at this point, they don’t expect to see any additional patients coming forward.
The high school program was one of 55 teams nationwide that built balloons to capture data and video of the Great American Eclipse.
Tom Frisch was riding his bike to Molalla Monday morning for the eclipse when he was hit by a car. It looked like he was going to miss out on the experience but staff at Legacy Emanuel took him outside for the memorable experience.
Authorities have arrested three security workers accused of illegally raiding an RV at the Symbiosis music festival in central Oregon.
The girls told their parents they decided to stay at the festival for one extra day and had tried to call, but never picked up a cell signal, according to Crook County Sheriff's Office spokeswoman Vicky Ryan.
The couple had been engaged for three years and were originally planning to have their wedding in Michigan where most of their family lives.
Up to 100,000 people were expected to flock to the Oregon Coast for the Great American Eclipse. But come eclipse day, there were nowhere near the crowds anticipated.
The Aug. 21, 2017 total solar eclipse, coast to coast in the US, started in Oregon and lived up to the hype, said many sky-watchers.
From the coast to the mountains, from Salem to Portland, to many other locations, KGW crews covered the total solar eclipse from all angles.
A huge spill of Atlantic salmon from a fish farm has environmentalists concerned, calling them an invasive species. Meanwhile, wildlife officials are urging fishers to go catch them.
The photo of a rock climber at Smith Rock State Park has been shared more than 10,000 times on Facebook and "liked" more than 35,000 times on Instagram.