In the southeastern corner of Washington state, wheat goes down the river, while salmon are trucked up around dams on the road. “And taxpayers pay for all of it,” said Sam Mace, with Save Our Wild Salmon.
Get out of town for talks on our in-between times
With calls to take down dams on the Snake River to help salmon habitat, a Whatcom County Republican wants to take a look at changing some of Seattle's major waterways.
Summer's winding down - so now may be the time to squeeze in one last camping trip.
Just beware: There's been a recent uptick of bears rummaging around campgrounds in the Mount Baker-Snoqualmie National forest.
Cooler, wetter weather has helped crews battling a large wildfire burning on the Colville Indian Reservation.
Fire spokesman Michael Krueger gives an update on the efforts to control the blaze.
If you live in a big city, you may have noticed new buildings popping up — a high-rise here, a skyscraper there. The concrete jungles that we've built over the past century have allowed millions of us to live in close proximity, and modern economies to flourish. But what have we given up by moving away from the forest environments in which humans first evolved? This week, we revisit our 2018 conversation about the healing power of nature with psychologist Ming Kuo.
Elk are making a comeback west of the Cascades. That’s exactly what wildlife officials were hoping for.
Sockeye salmon are returning to Lake Washington in the smallest numbers since record-keeping started. As of early August, 17,000 sockeye had returned from the ocean, compared to hundreds of thousands at their peak.
Washington and five other states are suing the the Environmental Protection Agency to ban a pesticide linked to brain damage in fetuses and small children.