Today we fight it, but generations ago the city thrived on it.
Democrats have a solid majority in both houses of the statehouse for the first time in years and a long list of environmental priorities.
At Washington’s Hanford nuclear site, failing infrastructure and make-do plans as the West prepares for a new round of radioactivity.
Some of 2018's biggest environmental challenges hide hints of hope for 2019 and beyond.
WATCH: UW doctoral candidate Judy Twedt makes climate data into music.
Born in a brewery, Solarize Puerto Rico's crusade for energy independence has united Washingtonians with and without connections to the island.
State Democrats are confident they'll pass the $268M clean energy plan.
What ever happened to the company's claim to be a leader in corporate environmental responsibility?
Tribal members and environmental groups take the Carbon Fee fight to the steps of the Western States Petroleum Association in Lacey.
A ruptured natural gas pipeline had consequences down the line for western Washington consumers.
Debra Smith wins over skeptics, inherits the $1.4B department and all its troubles.
The Seattle utility will now go after customers for late or missed payments.
The famed environmental writer, activist and 350.org founder opens up about Washington's carbon fee.
A prominent law firm has been looking for complaints with an eye toward taking action over some customers' high bills.
I-1631 would redirect carbon fee funds to Washington communities affected by carbon pollution.
The regional agency spins its wheels while Metro enjoys the cost savings and health benefits its diesel-free fleet brings.