Some complain visitors have let their dogs defecate on their property. Others felt it was insensitive when a company briefly
Last Friday morning I found myself frantically running out of the house to get to Marysville-Pilchuck High School. I arrived to find a chaotic, scary, and tragic scene. Another school shooting had happened in the U.S., and it was the second in Washington state this year.
Two years ago, wanting to be near her grandkids, Robin Youngblood moves from her home in Maui back to Washington state and
Migrating salmonids, including federally protected Chinook salmon and steelhead trout, along with their eggs in the river's
The 300-acre landslide in Oso, Washington, which killed at least 30 people and destroyed the local community on March 22, 2014, reveals a consequence of a relatively unregulated and unseen industry: logging.
A community candlelight vigil was planned Saturday in Darrington and more than 300 people were expected to attend, said Michael
Nearly two weeks after the deadly mudslide in Oso, Wash., a lost and injured dog named Boomer was found wandering the debris
By not discussing clear cutting and global warming, a deadly mudslide becomes a natural tragedy that we are supposed to mourn, without critical thinking.
Since the devastating mudslide hit Washington on March 22, rescue dogs have been tirelessly searching for buried victims
Just after the mudslide occurred on March 22, drivers en route to Darrington, Wash., who'd stopped on the highway along the
He said four additional sets of remains were found on Sunday that for reasons not explained to reporters were being left
(Reporting by Jonathan Kaminsky; Editing by Carey Gillam and Peter Cooney) DARRINGTON, Wash., March 30 (Reuters) - Days after
"That's going to be hallowed ground out there," he said. "It will be good for people to go and get what they need to get
Seismic readings have shown that there were actually two major slides about four minutes apart during Saturday's disaster
In another dramatic rescue video filmed this week, a 4-year-old boy is pulled from the second floor of a destroyed home by
Christina Jefferds, a 45-year-old Snohomish County woman, is the first fatality to be formally identified in Saturday's deadly