Here are the stories that shaped Washington state this year.
As region's rivers overflowed from historic rainfall, the next generation of the struggling fish may have been swept away, too.
From NFTs to street art, here’s how artists conveyed last year’s social trends and hot topics.
With climate change threatening culturally important foods, a Puget Sound tribe pushes to build the country's first clam garden of the modern era.
11 steps Washington, Oregon and British Columbia can take to decarbonize the economy.
As salmon struggle to thrive, funds to fix blocked and broken fish passageways could increase migration and reproduction.
Northwest researchers find some signs of heat resilience, despite scorched kelp beds, parched trees and a 'hawkpocalypse.'
Government officials, activists and academics from British Columbia, Washington and Oregon offer next steps to help the region cut carbon emissions and hit climate goals by 2030.
Climate scientists set a 2030 deadline for us to reduce emissions and prevent further environmental devastation.
With a new movie fanning the flames of interest in the 1965 classic sci-fi novel, local singer-songwriters translate the epic saga into songs.
As Washington state legislators consider building more highways, a new tool could help them understand the impact of their efforts.
Warmer summers — and winters — force Washington vintners to reconsider their crops.
The future of the business may depend on how apple growers and cider-makers start adapting now to conditions they can’t anticipate.
Ten years after its leaders embarked on this effort, the Canadian city still has a long way to go.
A task force in Bellingham encountered reluctance over a proposal that required new buildings to use electricity over natural gas.
We pick up our podcast where we left off last season to give your ears an adventure into the natural wonders of the PNW.