Five years ago, Seattle's Bullitt Center represented the future of green building. The problem? It still does.
Carl Greninge built a nuclear reactor with parts from eBay and duct tape — and he lets students use it.
Theories that a sick cat killed one Seattle cyclist prove untrue, but the fear of backyard beasts remains.
Battling the blazes keeps getting more expensive, but it doesn't have to be this way.
It's hot outside, but toxic algae blooms have some wondering about swimming in local lakes.
A team at UW Bothell envisions a bike of the future that drives itself.
Without Scott Pruitt as EPA administrator, expect fewer headlines and the same terrible policies.
As the Trump administration threatens the environment, we must remain engaged.
Salmon recovery is one issue that could bring Republicans and Democrats together — but instead there is inaction.
From Namu to Lolita, affection isn't enough to save the orcas.
Seattle startup Impact Bioenergy is making use of half-eaten burgers, spoiled milk and spent yeast from a brewery.