State Democrats are confident they'll pass the $268M clean energy plan.
Confused salmon keep getting lost on their way back to the nest, but wildlife scientists are helping them make scents of the journey.
Ballard's new, consignment-only outdoor gear store is pushing Seattleites to spend less on gear, and more time in the mountains.
Pacific Northwest Seismic Network director Harold Tobin shares what Anchorage's quake means for our region, and what keeps him up at night.
For the Eastern Washington town of Republic, dreams of revival rest on a new approach to gold mining.
Wildlife tracker David Moskowitz discusses the plight of mountain caribou and how they came to be so endangered.
As Conservation Canines, rescue dogs find a home and a purpose in tracking wildlife scat for science.
Watch how scientists trap, rehabilitate and relocate beavers from suburban ponds to mountain streams.
In southeast Alaska, tribes on both sides of the border unite in opposition to a Canadian mine that threatens ancestral fish runs.
Environmental anxiety abounds in paintings, photos and film.
Scientists, conservationists and a concerned public debate whether a 30-page report can kickstart a real effort to save Washington's imperiled orcas.