As new UW research probes the reasons for smartphone abuse, residents are looking for help from both within and at a Fall City treatment center — the first of its kind in the country.
Former Gov. Dan Evans is still championing the environment and inspiring some within his party.
With The Last 6,000 project, 'tree librarians' are hoping to document and save Seattle's vulnerable canopy.
Tribal nations' efforts to force the U.S. to honor treaty rights could bolster environmental protections.
New aerial drone photography shows ailing Southern Resident Killer Whale J17 in dire straits.
When turbines gets too old, something has to happen with all its parts. Much of it ends up in landfills.
Although it sometimes solicits unwanted scrutiny, I wear my crown in the outdoors with pride.
After stints in law school and at Wikipedia, Ada Lovelace fellow Os Keyes is challenging tech companies to rethink the gender binary hardwired into their code.
Eighteen gray whales have stranded themselves along Washington's shorelines in 2019, and experts are looking for answers.
As countries vie for resources and shipping lanes, the U.S. has commissioned a new ice breaker. It could call Puget Sound home.
This Beacon Hill leader is trying to thwart environmental plight with optimism.
The plan seeks to fight against wildfires and threats to forest health, as well as increase protections for struggling salmon and orcas.
A degenerative eye disease that robs sufferers of sight as they age led Tina Marie Coles to UW's Dr. Jennifer Chao. She's searching for a cure that could eventually help millions.
The governor just signed a raft of climate legislation, helping to strengthen the backbone of his platform.
By looking at the way people in poverty make decisions, research psychologist Crystal C. Hall hopes to dismantle the assumptions we make about them.
We may have reached a period of 'peak car,' offering hope the cityscape will be freed up to serve other purposes.