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.
Evergreen President George Bridges is up against low student enrollment and budget cuts.
Without Scott Pruitt as EPA administrator, expect fewer headlines and the same terrible policies.
Salmon recovery is one issue that could bring Republicans and Democrats together — but instead there is inaction.
The art of bow making has become a phenomenon in Port Townsend.
A judge decided Tuesday that undocumented activist Maru Mora Villalpando can adjust her citizenship status through her daughter.
Seattle startup Impact Bioenergy is making use of half-eaten burgers, spoiled milk and spent yeast from a brewery.
As Pacific lamprey start returning to the Umatilla River, tribal members hope to be able to harvest them again.
Two new exhibits examine controversial, iconic portraits of Native Americans.
Bill Gates first introduced the idea for a levy on robots that replace human employees. Seattle should consider it.