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Warmer summers — and winters — force Washington vintners to reconsider their crops.
A federal judge allows suit to proceed, as the state says run-off from the mine is seeping into Okanogan water sources.
The contaminated land under the old Snoqualmie sawmill is at the heart of a dispute over plans for an expansive development.
A plan to turn radioactive waste into glass logs has raised a lot of questions, many of which don’t appear to have public answers.
State dollars will take mental health services in a new direction with two projects: a psychiatric hospital near Northgate Mall and a proposed behavioral health center at Harborview.
State officials are investigating suspicious test results, with a focus on the lab’s numbers measuring the potency of marijuana.
How does a respiratory disease leave victims with brain issues like memory loss, confusion and ‘fogginess’?
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.