How this artist rediscovered his roots and reinvented his art.
Over the past 50 years, this UW librarian has amassed a collection of rare artists' books.
Biologists released a handful of the endangered, weasel-like animals in 2008, but now they must find out if the population is sustaining itself.
Tens of thousands of women trekked through downtown Seattle on Saturday for what was dubbed "Seattle Women's March 2.0."
If you could ask an astronaut one question, what would you ask? Here’s what a few middle school students came up with.
Twenty-four-year-old Jessica Esparza says it wasn’t easy to come to the United States. She was bullied because she spoke broken English, and she had to adjust to an entirely new culture.
Many shellfish grown in coastal British Columbia have plastic in them, according to research led by shellfish biologist Sarah Dudas.
The island marble, considered one of the rarest butterflies in North America, only exists in a small section of the San Juan Island National Historical Park. Credit: Greg Davis
Mt. Rainier National Park could soon have cell phone access, at Paradise and on nearby hikes.
Jeff Thomas fishes for bull trout at the base of Clear Creek Dam. He's hoping to catch the fish to help move them around the dam.
Thousands of tourists migrate to Seattle’s waterfront each year to experience the ferry rides, kitschy stores and sweeping views of Elliott Bay.