A four-year investigation found companies in Oregon and Washington selling hardwoods illegally harvested from rainforests in Gabon and Congo.
While the newlyweds reunited on a Saturday morning in Tacoma for their wedding, they now face uncertainty of what's to come.
Harry Allen was an outlaw of a different sort.
While monitoring wildlife in the Washington wilderness, researcher Clint Robins found his athleticism was as important as his GRE score.
The Trump administration's lifting of restrictions on grazing in sage grouse habitat has excited ranchers and exasperated conservationists.
Cascades Volcano Observatory needs to build more monitoring stations — and as much as $55 million in federal dollars could go a long way.
Plans to de-list wolves will create controversy — but Washington wolves might be safe under state protections.
Seeing few astronauts who looked like himself, Livingston L. Holder, Jr. helps young scientists of color see their faces in STEM careers.
Researchers find that deer dart in different ways following reintroduction of wolves.
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.
A computer model predicting underwater weather gives Pacific Northwest fisheries a tool to fight an invisible marine villain.
The mayor's Youth Engagement Task Force wants to bring civility back to politics by training young people how to talk about hot-button issues.
A look at dogsledding's international future in Cle Elum.
Drinking water across the U.S. has elevated nitrates for different reasons, from agriculture to fertilizers to sewage treatment plants.
Salvaging meat is commonplace in Alaska. Can it catch on in the Lower 48?
Scenes from Conconully’s 36th annual event, one of Washington’s weirder sports.