Last week, the Trump administration halted a three-decade push to restore grizzly bears to the North Cascades. But advocates say there's still hope.
A reader asks: If the U.S. is beyond contact tracing, how can we contain COVID-19?
The city council passed legislation in 2008 that was supposed to be temporary, but stronger measures still haven’t taken root.
Washington Fish and Wildlife officers have had to resort to some strange alternatives to save large carnivores like bears and cougars.
Vote by Tuesday, July 7, for which coronavirus question you want to see answered in next week's column.
The Department of Natural Resources has responded to 468 wildfires — nearly double the average number of fires for the same time over the past 10 years.
In a new history, author BJ Cummings explains how Seattle was built on the waterway at the expense of nearby communities and the river itself.
As Washington's campgrounds open, outdoor lovers are figuring out how to safely sleep under the stars.
A reader asks: Is it safe to wear a mask in a professional kitchen?
As the I-5 corridor grows, both groups are working to safeguard big cats making the trek to the Olympic Peninsula.
COVID-19 deaths are slowing in the state's largest county, but rising cases and contact tracing issues remain concerns.
When the multibillion dollar resort empire came to Washington, seasonal workers united for fair pay and protections.
A reader asks: When will it be safe to hug our loved ones?
Marcus Henderson’s edible act of resistance began with a single basil sprout. Now he wants to feed a revolution and redefine public space.
A reader asks: Will Seattle survive this chaotic period? With the help of Knute Berger, we look to history for answers.
Health professionals don't want people ‘to survive COVID-19, and then get murdered by police.’