Related Program: The Record Hood Canal Oil Spill: 'No Evidence Of Harm To Wildlife, Environment' By Ross Reynolds & Andy Hurst • Feb 13, 2014 Related Program: The Record TweetShareGoogle+Email Flickr Photo/EcologyWA (CC BY-NC-ND) Listen Listening... / 4:18 Ross Reynolds talks with Lisa Copeland, communications manager for the Washington State Department of Ecology, about the cleanup efforts of the 2,000 gallons of oil that spilled in Hood Canal on Monday. Tags: oilNavyenvironmentWashington Department of EcologygovernmentTweetShareGoogle+Email Related Content Up To 2,000 Gallons Of Oil Spilled In Hood Canal By Ashley Ahearn • Feb 12, 2014 Flickr Photo/EcologyWA Officials are responding to an oil spill in Washington’s Puget Sound. The spill occurred at Naval Base Kitsap-Bangor and has spread 10 miles north to Hood Canal. Navy Says Failed Pump Led To Oily Wastewater Spill In Puget Sound By Ashley Ahearn • Feb 13, 2014 The Navy is blaming a failed pump for its spill of nearly 2,000 gallons of oily wastewater into Puget Sound. Tom Danaher, spokesman for Naval Base Kitsap-Bangor, said the Navy was using a pumping system on one of its piers to remove oily bilge water from a ship late Monday. Coal Terminal Near Longview Set For Environmental Review By Ashley Ahearn • Feb 13, 2014 The coal export terminal proposed for the Columbia River town of Longview, Wash. is moving to the next phase in the environmental review process. Hikers Aim To Preserve The Tri-Cities' Dramatic Ridgelines By Anna King • Feb 13, 2014 Listen Listening... / The close proximity of a group of mountains known as The Rattles to the the Tri-Cities in southeast Washington, means urban dwellers can hike a 1,500 foot peak and enjoy dramatic views on their lunch break -- or even after supper.