Scientists are studying the evolution of Emmons Glacier and its implications on watersheds throughout the Pacific Northwest.
The Seattle author's new book 'At Home on an Unruly Planet' highlights how communities on the front lines of floods, fire and other disasters are finding resilience.
The final stretch of North Spokane Corridor construction reopens old wounds in East Central — and sparks a pilot program to address historical damage.
Without passageways to cross dams along the Columbia, salmon are dying. Tribes say the U.S. government isn't cooperating as they try to help the fish recover.
Coastal gardens once saw harvests that rivaled today's commercial fisheries without exploiting the land. Some Native communities are now reviving the tradition.
A reporter covering climate adaptation reflects on heat vulnerability in Western Washington.
The change comes after a WA state entomologist requested a less damaging name for the hornet species.
For decades, the Arlington radio station has helped the U.S. military communicate with its submarine fleet. It's also one of Russia's top nuclear targets.
More than 1,000 Washington residents have received live-saving air conditioning units as the region warms.
Más de 1,000 habitantes del estado de Washington han recibido unidades de aire acondicionado esenciales a medida que la región se calienta.
With wounds from last year's heat dome still raw, the county assesses its preparedness to keep cool in a warming climate.
The New Yorker's Elizabeth Kolbert says human ingenuity may offer some solutions.
A researcher shares tips on surviving a summer heat wave while keeping energy levels low.
Eight years after the deadly Oso slide, researchers are using the LiDAR program to scan landscapes that could be dangerous.
Salmon in the Pacific Northwest have been on the decline. Two advocates tell how breaching the dams along the river could restore the population.
Some researchers say the open-net-pen farms are breeding grounds for parasites, viruses and bacteria that devastate wild populations.