John Stang is a freelance writer who often covers state government. He can be followed on Twitter: @johnstang_8
While most Americans are focused on COVID-19, people in Eastern Washington also worry about poor maintenance at the infamous nuclear site.
A flood control dam proposal on the Chehalis complicates a multimillion-dollar effort by tribes and lawmakers to bring back declining salmon runs.
In a memorandum of understanding signed Monday, the two leaders committed $44 million to explore rebuilding the span between the two states.
Feds aim to push back the opening of ‘glassification’ plants, while state officials say the Department of Energy has been underfunding the cleanup of America’s most poisoned site.
With orcas barely hanging on, State Sen. Ann Rivers hopes to determine the viability of a private Chinook salmon hatchery in Bellingham.
Physicists at Hanford's LIGO observatory have been watching black holes for years. But a recent discovery of an unseen black hole collision is an astronomical first.
A decade after it was founded, TerraPower has been thwarted by the Trump Administration’s China policy. Now it’s banking on Plan B.
The suit, which claims the system for testing those who monitor the tank vapors is broken, has been dropped. But one watchdog is demanding an investigation.
Rep. Adam Smith has introduced legislation that would effectively stop the Department of Energy from reclassifying the site's most hazardous wastes.
The copper-based paint repels barnacles — but it could add up to a larger environmental cost.