Researchers find that deer dart in different ways following reintroduction of wolves.
On the Nisqually River, middle school students are studying a changing ecosystem and advising the grown-ups with power to address it.
Science camp in the Ozarks started Sightline Institute's Tarika Powell on a life-long journey to help Northwest communities push back against Big Oil.
Emerging brain cancer researcher Eric Nealy discusses escaping one of South LA’s roughest neighborhoods and the importance of representation and inclusion in STEM.
Washington's Legislature could implement the state's first carbon fee in 2030. Some say that's still too fast.
A computer model predicting underwater weather gives Pacific Northwest fisheries a tool to fight an invisible marine villain.
The record snowfalls that swamped Seattle roads this February have positive outcomes for the rest of 2019.
The Senate just passed a bill that would place a moratorium on developing an area rich in copper, and currently home to a thriving tourism industry.
Cyclists say our bike infrastructure leaves much to be desired. WSDOT's Barb Chamberlain wants to fix that.
Outdoor Asian founder Christopher Chalaka talks about diversity in the outdoors and what his organization is doing to help.
Some lessons gained from the failure of Initiative 1631.
A look at dogsledding's international future in Cle Elum.
A proposed liquid natural gas plant on Tacoma's waterfront has attracted protests from residents, tribes and scientists — but whether Puget Sound Energy is listening remains unknown.
Depending on what the Washington Legislature does this session, gas stations could be required to offer more climate-friendly motor fuels.
Drinking water across the U.S. has elevated nitrates for different reasons, from agriculture to fertilizers to sewage treatment plants.