An upgrade to the fire department at the Yakima Training Center is on the list of military projects that might be put on hold due to the president’s emergency declaration.
Seattle artist Markel Uriu examines the human role in invasive species.
As an atmospheric scientist for Washington’s Department of Ecology, Ranil Dhammapala has become one of the state’s go-to smoke experts — especially now, amid a rash of intense summertime wildfire...
Don't laugh: With good moves so far, a President Inslee might just be possible.
Today we fight it, but generations ago the city thrived on it.
Researchers find that deer dart in different ways following reintroduction of wolves.
Science camp in the Ozarks started Sightline Institute's Tarika Powell on a life-long journey to help Northwest communities push back against Big Oil.
A computer model predicting underwater weather gives Pacific Northwest fisheries a tool to fight an invisible marine villain.
The record snowfalls that swamped Seattle roads this February have positive outcomes for the rest of 2019.
After numerous cancellations and with more snow in the forecast, area schools are weighing options to make up the days.
It's time for city government and the able-bodied among us to shoulder a bigger load in making our city accessible to all.
Some lessons gained from the failure of Initiative 1631.
Seattle shrouded in snow while the Alaskan Way tunnel makes its debut.
A proposed liquid natural gas plant on Tacoma's waterfront has attracted protests from residents, tribes and scientists — but whether Puget Sound Energy is listening remains unknown.
Depending on what the Washington Legislature does this session, gas stations could be required to offer more climate-friendly motor fuels.
Democrats have a solid majority in both houses of the statehouse for the first time in years and a long list of environmental priorities.