Our congressional delegation scored several big wins that come at serious cost to the public interest in much of the West.READ MORE 8 COMMENTS
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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
For a longhaired 17-year-old or a mature Mossback, the experience of a road trip is healthy, educational and jet lag-free.READ MORE 7 COMMENTS
Fifty years ago, the second largest earthquake ever recorded brought down easy assumptions.READ MORE 1 COMMENTS
Washington State Department of Transportation will close the viaduct on March 22, to take a closer look at damage near Seneca and Spring streets.READ MORE 3 COMMENTS
The Atlantic Street Overpass will open on Monday, and workers are pouring concrete for approach roadways and making progress on the tunnel's south control center.READ MORE 3 COMMENTS
Sightings in the Seattle area and Colorado have raised hopes for a species that helps agriculture but seemed to have disappeared.READ MORE 1 COMMENTS
After a rancorous process that pitted cabbies against app-based ridesharing services a council committee reveals a plan that would allow the tech companies to continue operating in Seattle.READ MORE 15 COMMENTS
Finally, a few voices are being raised in support of Social Security, Medicare and hardworking Americans. And Sen. Patty Murray has a big role on the budget.READ MORE 23 COMMENTS
Gov. Jay Inslee signed a pact with other governors and the head of the B.C. government. But where does that leave his own climate task force?READ MORE 12 COMMENTS
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Density: Lot size matters.READ MORE 1 COMMENTS
Today's fishery in Seattle and the Pacific Northwest grew out of the Alaska Purchase and the prodding of the state legislature by a feisty fisherman.READ MORE 2 COMMENTS
The Tacoma Art Museum wants to be the "heart of the city." Its new wing is driving an enlightened downtown redevelopment.READ MORE 5 COMMENTS
The transformation of three Puget Sound cities heralds a bold new era in urban living.READ MORE 1 COMMENTS
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