Regulators claim they will address public health concerns after an InvestigateWest report exposed officials coordinating with mining corporations.
Could the local exercise craze be the next Zumba? With $4.7 million in venture capital, leaders must balance an artist-led mission with national expansion.
Alden Mason never reached international fame. Now his paintings are breaking sales records and allegedly inspiring a forgery ... in Madrid.
Senate Bill 5069 — one of several marijuana-related bills this legislative session — lays the groundwork for interstate trade.
Environmentalists are skeptical that the energy-hungry industry can achieve its ambitious goals.
With hybrid work here to stay, city leaders ask: Can the central business district become a residential neighborhood?
House fees and shared tips are causing some strip-club workers to actually lose money. Can liquor licenses and increased oversight help?
Some experts say workers will quickly find new jobs. Others are calling the layoffs the beginning of an economic downturn.
Seattle may have the highest rents statewide, but communities such as Walla Walla and Spokane have seen the most drastic losses in affordability.
Environmental policies would affect bitcoin operations in the Northwest, which have seen a swell of interest driven by cheap hydropower.
One of the largest and most expensive projects in the city’s history brings Northwest Indigenous works to the fore.
A new levee could offer protection to Grays Harbor from future climate disasters.
The high cost of power likely doomed talks to bring back the plant, which would rekindle 700 jobs.
As the crustacean's population plummets in the Bering Sea, so do the livelihoods of fishers in Washington and beyond.
12 artist-approved ways to bolster our city’s creative ecosystem, from buying art at coffee shops to moonlighting as an usher.
The attorney general’s office argued that the for-profit thrift store deceived customers by misrepresenting its charitable support.