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This three-decade mission to catalog local fish turned into a literary work of art
Our waters contain many unknowns. These Washington researchers have made sure that the identities — and vivid colors — of the ...
How a heart attack saved a man’s life
A broken neck was an unwelcome intrusion that threatened to shatter William’s life plan. Living in Everett with his wife and ...
PAC seeks to restore city council to its past — glory? Really?
Former Seattle City Councilmember Tim Burgess has founded a political action committee (PAC) to support more moderate ...
While airlines rake it in, catering staff at Sea-Tac airport threaten to strike
Ronnie Lalimo makes more than most of his colleagues. As a driver, he helps deliver food to planes for some of the country’s ...
WA's endangered pygmy rabbits bounce back from the brink
As climate change continues to endanger species and habitats, this grapefruit-sized rabbit stands a chance to reclaim its ...
How Seattle’s growing vacant-building problem is helping nonprofits house people
For Rick H., seeing the cruise ship last week was a sign. He had just left work in the kitchen of the Marriott on Seattle’s ...
WA's Ecology director on Native knowledge and fighting for forgotten communities
This interview has been lightly edited for clarity. I grew up below the poverty line, and [outdoor recreation] was our ...
Pramila Jayapal’s case for a more progressive politics
The Seattle-area U.S. representative is at the head of a movement in the Democratic Party that is pushing for left-leaning ...
The embattled life and untimely death of an asylum seeker
Records and family members reveal new details about Mergensana Amar, the man who died in Tacoma while in ICE custody. Last ...
How universities power NOAA's climate research in the Trump era
For the past two decades, seafaring scientists from Oregon State University have set out from the Newport, Oregon, harbor to ...
Seattle is a soccer town, so why aren’t we excited about the Women’s World Cup?
The U.S. Women's National Team is the best in the world. They deserve the support of a self-proclaimed soccer city. The FIFA ...
SAM’s new boss talks diversity, techies and blockbuster shows
Amada Cruz first visited Seattle in 2007, as part of what she calls the “art world congregation” that descended upon the city ...