A 30-year quest to save a Washington native freshwater turtle.
In Seattle, Woodland Park zookeeper Bill McDowell cares for the eggs of the endangered Western pond turtle before they are released into the wild.
More and more drivers are fleeing deadly collisions across Washington state and the nation. Can advocates and officials find a solution?
On the first anniversary of Russia's invasion, dozens gathered at St. John’s Episcopal Church to honor the lives lost.
The Columbian black-tail deer has become a habitat threat, creating ideal conditions for invasive plants and forest fires.
One proposal involves replacing the waterscape — dinosaur sculptures and all — with a meadow of native plants. But will the Seattle Landmarks Board sign off?
Love comes in many forms. Tell us about a place that warms your heart for a chance to be featured in a Valentine's Day map.
The group envisions the 1.5-acre green space as a powerful way for Indigenous people to reconnect with community, art and nature in Seattle.
At Seattle's Impact Salish Sea Elementary, educators focus on 'imaginary play' to help build social and learning skills disrupted by the pandemic.
Jim Ferrell conceded to Leesa Manion after the Thursday ballot drop showed the retiring prosecutor's chief of staff maintaining her lead.
The polls are closed in Washington state. Check here for the latest results in the races for Congress, state Legislature and more.
Jane Gershovich has had a front-row seat to a turbulent decade for the Seattle pro women’s soccer team. Now she stands with them as they vie for a championship.
Learn about Seattle’s public Indigenous art, the country’s first distillery on reservation land and a housing project rooted in Native culture.
It's not just the kids. From therapy to support groups, parents are seeking connection and help to recover from the traumas of the past few years.
Ten Asian American photographers of varying styles and experience levels are capturing everyday life in the changing Chinatown-International District.
Cascade Public Media, which includes Crosscut and the PBS station KCTS9, has launched a $12.5 campaign to secure the new home.