Areas of the Yakima Valley and South Seattle rank high in environmental hazards, according to the University of Washington's new mapping tool.
After his grandfather survived the Great Depression by hunting for razor clams, biologist Dan Ayres is making sure future generations get to hunt for the PNW's favorite shellfish.
A look back at what happened locally and nationally the past 12 months — with a twist.
The Pacific Northwest's Enchantments have gone viral. Will that save them or destroy them?
Crosscut’s annual Heritage Turkeys of the Year — from Aberdeen to Seattle to the sea.
WATCH: With wire, a welder and will, sculptor Loren Doner captures nature’s mechanics.
Orca Task Force members are cautiously optimistic about Inslee's budget helping the Southern Residents.
WATCH: UW doctoral candidate Judy Twedt makes climate data into music.
Ballard's new, consignment-only outdoor gear store is pushing Seattleites to spend less on gear, and more time in the mountains.
Pacific Northwest Seismic Network director Harold Tobin shares what Anchorage's quake means for our region, and what keeps him up at night.
For the Eastern Washington town of Republic, dreams of revival rest on a new approach to gold mining.