From night vision cameras to satellites to the humble iPhone, a look behind the scenes
Paul Robert Wolf Wilson, an enrolled member of the Klamath and Modoc Tribes and photojournalist living in Chiloquin, Oregon, on Indigenous sovereignty, wildf...
How Oregon has been responding to the threat of the wildfires, the short-term health effects of smoke inhalation, and the long-term effects of climate change...
Restaurants and food carts are facing tough calls about whether to remain open, temporarily close, or move things indoors.
Katherine Chew Hamilton and Ainslee Dicken
“Looking at fire seasons in the west over the past five to 10 years, it’s likely to be like this or to get worse as climate continues to change.”
Even while the foodservice industry faces a crisis of its own, many businesses are stepping up to help.
Katherine Chew Hamilton
But officials would prefer that you stay home, to keep roads and hotels clear.
For those of us who love Oregon, this is a time of grief.
*As soon as it's safe to leave your house, that is
With wildfires spreading quickly around Oregon, we hear from evacuated residents who wonder if there are any safe havens left.
The city itself isn’t burning, but smoke in the air is affecting everything from outdoor movies to dining to sports.
Portland Monthly Staff
We talked with an insurance agent about what to bring—and what to leave behind.
Traditionally a place of refuge from heat and smoke, the skies above parts of the Pacific have turned red.
Thousands around the state are under evacuation orders as multiple fires rage, fanned by high winds.
Oregon Wine 2019: Solidarity
A new collective label, Oregon Solidarity, donates profits back to the Rogue Valley Vintners.
Summer Adventures: The Gorge
Here are three hikes to get you back into the Gorge.
“Smoke season” is costing us millions in tourism dollars. Some agencies are desperate to cut through the haze—before it’s too late.
The hotter the blaze, the buzzier are Oregon's 500-some bee species.
This time last year the Gorge was burning. Forest on Fire reflects on the blaze that shocked our state.
A year after a devastating fire torched its aged pork inventory, NE Portland's artisan butcher shop rises from the ashes.
Christine Menges and Benjamin Tepler