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.
The $11 million, 46-acre privately-owned parcel was slated to be developed with 57 homes.
In this 360 video, see how the Eagle Creek Fire changed the forest and its popular hiking trails.
When a ship owner's dreams die, the vessel may end up as a pollution source. DNR want to to spur cleanups and rural jobs.
Upcoming protests on Washington's coast have roots in a similar trip by a U.S. Supreme Court justice committed to protecting the environment.
Richard Haag, a leader in the fight against unchecked urban development, has died.
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.
Without Scott Pruitt as EPA administrator, expect fewer headlines and the same terrible policies.