Some of 2018's biggest environmental challenges hide hints of hope for 2019 and beyond.
Born in a brewery, Solarize Puerto Rico's crusade for energy independence has united Washingtonians with and without connections to the island.
Pacific Northwest Seismic Network director Harold Tobin shares what Anchorage's quake means for our region, and what keeps him up at night.
Washington's Camp Blaze teaches teenage girls how to put out fires — literally.
Faraway wildfires in B.C., California, and even — wait for it — Siberia are to blame for the recent smoke in Seattle.
As fire season approaches, state and federal officials announce ambitious plans to fund healthy forest restoration projects.
As the Puget Sound region booms, landslide hazards pose serious complications
Washington's record number of avalanche deaths this season has cast a spotlight on the Northwest Avalanche Center.
Nearly 2,000 units of affordable housing are at risk in the case of an earthquake.
Washington state government’s financial contribution reflects the priority officials place on seismic public safety, which is zero, nada, nothing.
When the Trump administration announced its plans to open up the entire Washington coast, including the Olympic Coast National Marine Sanctuary, to oil exploration, I was pissed off.