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The small island community relies on local volunteers and individual awareness to prepare for a major earthquake.
Campaign organizers say they will continue pushing for a cleaner future.
The poor and communities of color are affected the worst, according to a UW study.
Grieving mother orca shines a spotlight on a serious ecological issue.
With an overhaul set by 2040, a new report shows the economic and health benefits of going electric.
Other counties across the state have already enacted similar restrictions.
Although the city says that disabled people are exempted from the ban, the impacted community says that businesses haven’t gotten the message loud and clear.
Lots of grass and warmer weather could make for worsening fire seasons.
After battling King County government for decades, Charles Pillon may have finally lost the fight over his illegal 10-acre junkyard.
A documentary about local non-profit Extend the Day shows what it’s like for over 1.2 billion people throughout the world who lack electricity.
The Department of the Interior has granted a permit to resume mining at the Black Diamond location.
The proposed plan would protect forests, trails, shorelines, and farms.
Legal experts think past lawsuits against the tobacco industry increase the odds for a favorable outcome.
Only 19 kokanee salmon returned to spawn this year.
Animal rights organizations oppose killing non-relocated goats, but officials say it will be a last resort.
With tighter regulations affecting the flow of recyclables in the U.S., officials look for new avenues for the region’s paper waste.
Another day, another case against the Trump administration.
Local environmental groups allege that Boeing is violating the Clean Water Act and polluting the Duwamish River.
Forest fires, wood smoke, and traffic are making it hard to breathe Seattle’s air.
Studies show minimal tree canopy cover negatively impacts the city’s vulnerable neighborhoods.