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The heat wave sweltered past 100 degrees Sunday in much of Snohomish County and Western Washington.
Historic preservationists want to keep a new road to access the townsite. Environmentalists want it gone.
Exhibit’s designer pitched in and shared expertise as volunteers spent a day cleaning massive bones.
Cattle ranchers fear the drought-loving insects will strip bare public and private rangelands.
As the hazardous haze increases during fire seasons, it’s time to get serious and prepare, experts say.
NOAA Fisheries is taking public comment on the plan, which wouldn’t affect tribes.
The utility can use transmission lines from the Colstrip plant to bring electricity to western Washington.
The region is home to polar bears and other wildlife — and a rich reserve of oil.
A dozen divers spent a morning removing trash from near a boat launch and parks. And there’s more down there.
When water is released from Culmback Dam, experienced paddlers descend on one of the area’s most unique runs.
Irrigators have reacted with disbelief as the news of a water shut-off in the canals spread.
It’s not just climate that’s a challenge. Local agriculture is also fending off urban encroachment.
Snohomish County’s diverse agricultural community is learning to survive a bushel of challenges.
Shockwaves from a shallow fault here could ravage bridges, schools and the water supply in Western Washington. Emergency planners want you to be ready.
At least 30,000 people in Snohomish County live on saturated soils and sediment that will behave like shaken liquid when a big earthquake hits.
An earthquake along the southern Whidbey Island fault reshaped the land some 2,700 years ago. Another big one is expected, and it could be devastating.
The Whidbey Island city has declared a climate emergency and has pledged to involve United Student Leaders.
Resources to help get you, your family and home ready.
2020 was one of worst years on record, with 10 million acres scorched and 18,000 structures destroyed.
The toxic wood preservative was once ubiquitous in Washington. On Camano, it threatens salmon.