Floating offshore wind farms could be a boon for maritime employers like Everett’s Dunlap Towing.
Snohomish County Council voted 4-1 on a new service charge, dividing the cost among 463 shoreline properties.
The hawk, found about three weeks ago, was likely hit by a car. PAWS rehabilitated the young bird.
Tax credits and discounts on electric vehicles are among many incentives to help consumers save money and the planet.
A Snohomish County helicopter crew braved wind, smoke and more to save Benedict Delahunty, 28, of Montana, from the side of a cliff.
Naval Station Everett and the Tulalip Tribes teamed up to remove a family of beavers. Now, they’re restoring salmon habitat.
A U.S. Forest Service report released last week identified several high-risk areas for landslides and flooding.
Cooke Aquaculture has until Dec. 14 to wrap up steelhead farming and begin deconstructing their equipment.
A shelved proposal to reintroduce the bears to the state’s wilderness has resumed with four hearings.
It’s a warning and a goal that we and our leaders must meet with a balance of alarm and optimism.
The popular road east of Granite Falls and south of Darrington is blocked off each year in line with winter weather.
U.S. 2 has long needed improvements, but the “unprecedented” blaze lit a fire under policymakers, so to speak.
The city has 30 days to pay or appeal the penalty. If it pays, the money goes to water quality restoration projects.
Everett’s air quality index dropped from 250 to 31. But after a long dry spell, burned forest could cause problems on U.S. 2.
“We’ve seen smoke, we’ve seen wildfires, but we’ve never seen what happens after this long without rain.”
Wildfire smoke blanketed the region in one last hurrah Wednesday. Meteorologists predict weekend rains will bring relief.
At 353 acres, the Port of Everett’s Blue Heron Slough restoration project is among the largest along the Puget Sound.
The National Park Service announced it would halt all recreational fishing starting Thursday.
Since July 1, 2021, three whales died while two were born, officials said.
Heat plus spark times wind times fuel equaled a 9,440-acre wildfire. Record heat made the Cascades ripe for a fire like Bolt Creek.