With the state’s power needs expected to double, it will have to import wind and solar to meet the demand.
The founder of She Colors Nature fell for the outdoors after moving to Leavenworth. Now she’s instilling that love in her daughters' generation.
Young activists visited Olympia to back the expansion of health-care access, including bills to shield providers and patients from out-of-state prosecution.
Plus, a new installation at the Judkins Park light rail station and Northwest artists making national news.
Citing shrinking enrollment, the school district may close some elementaries — raising questions about who will bear the brunt of potential cuts.
The club’s win in May set them on the road to Morocco as the first MLS team ever to compete in the prestigious event.
As a child, Chelsea Murphy felt she didn’t belong outside. Now the Leavenworth-based founder of She Colors Nature is making sure her daughters do.
Reporter Hannah Weinberger tells us how a monumental levee project could ease economic turbulence in two Grays Harbor County cities.
Bronze Chapter founder Denice Rochelle has thrived in the outdoors all her life. She wants other people of color in the PNW to feel the same way.
Reader-driven questions answered by Crosscut.
Soft sculptures at MoM, jazzy paintings in Pioneer Square and ghosts en pointe at Pacific Northwest Ballet.
Officials are trying a new program inspired by Norway to improve quality of life. The challenge is convincing officers to change their approach.
With four of seven Seattle City Council district seats wide open, 16 candidates have already thrown their hat in the ring. And it's only February.
Environmental policies would affect bitcoin operations in the Northwest, which have seen a swell of interest driven by cheap hydropower.
Advocates have outlined steps to ease the housing crisis — but it all depends on how legislators divvy the budget.
Love comes in many forms. Tell us about a place that warms your heart for a chance to be featured in a Valentine's Day map.