Much of our natural landscape still bears evidence of colonization in the names. Some of our most beloved places, such as Mount Rainier, serve as reminders of injustices committed against Indigenous communities.
Legislators are spending $400 million to expand broadband, while opening up public internet options. But access for everyone is still a long way off.
Thousands of volunteers are looking for the invasive, bee-killing insect, leaving officials optimistic about keeping the hornets at bay.
Not long ago, halting an airport expansion over climate issues and environmental justice concerns might have seemed far-fetched. But times are changing.
The Northwest African American Museum's new choir wants to uplift the Black community, the region and the country with “hope, help and healing for our time.”
Those who have been working from home during the pandemic have a decision to make, and it will have a profound impact on public transit in the region.
Smoke forecasting is notoriously hard to do, but a new tool from the state Department of Ecology may help us anticipate hazardous air five days in the future.