Through her work at UW's Stereotypes, Identity and Belonging Lab, Sapna Cheryan breaks down stereotypes about tech employees and Asian Americans.
Outdoor gear store Ascent Outdoors, a cornerstone of Seattle's recreation community, permanently closed on April 27.
Washington residents will win the right to convert their remains into soil in 2020. Here's how that happened, and how it might work.
A recently signed executive order looks to fast-track permitting for coal terminals.
The Bonneville Power Administration faces tough questions on how to protect salmon while providing electricity and water for local farms.
Backers claim fluorescent pink is brighter than orange in the field, and could attract more people to hunting. But critics say the science — and female support — isn't there yet.
Senate Democrats are considering a bill that would nearly double the state's hazardous substances tax to pay for the projects, but they may need Republican help to pass it.
The Duwamish have used the healing spring waters of forgotten Licton Springs for centuries, and landmark designation from the city could protect it for future generations.
The owners of Total Reclaim promoted themselves as responsible recyclers. A federal investigation found otherwise.
Morris Johnson explains how he stumbled upon the field of fire research, how to minimize wildfire damage and the culture shock of moving from the rural South to the Pacific Northwest.
With fishery limits now set, attention turns to rebuilding "overfished" salmon runs and protecting Southern Resident orcas.
Washington STEM policy manager Bish Paul shares his journey of perseverance and self-acceptance in the States — and how he’s come to find strength in his many identities.
The wounded landmark in Paris reminds us of the perils WA's natural cathedrals face in the age of climate change.
Believe it or not, land managers are using prescribed burns to restore forests and reduce the extra wood, sticks and needles that fuel megafires.
After years of failure and frustration, Democrats are taking a piecemeal approach to climate legislation, and it appears to be working.