An agreement announced Wednesday between ranchers and Native American tribes seeks to resolve contentious water rights issues in the Klamath Basin, a drought-ridden region spanning southern Oregon and northern California.
The University of Washington will benefit from a state board's decision to allow clearcut logging on 200 acres of the Olympic Peninsula that are home to a threatened seabird.
Former NASA scientist James Hansen is best known for raising awareness of climate change through his congressional testimony back in 1988. More than a quarter-century has passed and it's still an issue that concerns Hansen.
If you’re out one day hunting or wander off a hiking trail, a select group of volunteers may come to look for you. K-9 search and rescue teams spend countless hours training for such an emergency.
Washington Governor Jay Inslee is preparing to take action on an issue that could secure his legacy -- or complicate his re-election chances.
Rising winter temperatures have climbers worried that climate change could threaten some ice-climbing destinations.
The Navy is pursuing permits to continue conducting sonar and explosives exercises in a large area of the Pacific Ocean -- and that's putting marine mammal advocates on high alert.
When it comes to the many underground tanks at Hanford filled with radioactive sludge, just how much do we know? U.S. Senator Ron Wyden says not enough.
For better salmon survival: keep salmon eggs and newly hatched fish under the water. Those are the key findings of a new study that says large numbers of fish survived when a Central Washington dam.
The rural Northwest is popular for long-distance cyclists, but their presence isn’t always welcome in agricultural areas.
Jim Lichatowich talks about his new book: “Salmon, People and Place: A Biologist’s Search For Salmon Recovery.”
A logging plan designed by conservation-minded professors doesn't sit well with environmentalists.
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