More crude-oil tankers headed to Asia could create risks in the inland waters of Washington under a proposal that is regarded as a leading candidate for approval by the Canadian government.READ MORE 1 COMMENTS
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Rewriting rules of the beach, the state Department of Fish and Wildlife is at odds with citizen watchdogs. But the department's "customers" may be happy.READ MORE 32 COMMENTS
Sea stars, the original “keystone predators,” are melting into mush even on local shores where they previously seemed safe, leaving scientists puzzled… and worried.READ MORE 2 COMMENTS
The Daily Troll: Berry workers pick up a court win. JBLM cuts could hurt economically. Orca science: Can you hear us?
Bellevue toy drive breaks the seasonal mold.READ MORE 1 COMMENTS
With the assist of a friendly Conservative government in Canada, Big Energy wins a skirmish. How will it affect the larger battle over coal and oil exports?READ MORE 32 COMMENTS
Guest Opinion: While the industry buffs its image, Washington's waters are at increasing risk.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
The American Rivers organization put the White River on its annual Most Endangered list. Why? The old Buckley Diversion Dam.READ MORE 8 COMMENTS
With new shipments of oil running through Washington and British Columbia's waters, volunteers hope to get a handle on where any spill might flow.READ MORE 1 COMMENTS
The Legislature strengthens the authority of the Department of Natural Resources to deal with a serious environmental problem.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
Volunteers are hoping to save the research vessel John N. Cobb, which helped transform fisheries science -- and witnessed a startling moment in U.S.-Russian relations.READ MORE 1 COMMENTS
Unless the state goes with most extreme estimate of fish consumption, the plane maker shouldn't see any troubles in the coming years, state Ecology says.READ MORE 14 COMMENTS
A non-fiction kind of guy, Cliff Mass has a thing or two to say about where you get your weather and climate news.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
A Burke Museum cultural exchange brings Filipinos here to the Suquamish reservation to learn about culture and ethnography. But they've got their own tricks up their sleeve.READ MORE 2 COMMENTS
Guest Opinion: The public and regulators need to take a closer look at Washington's growing fossil-fuel threats.READ MORE 6 COMMENTS
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