Twitter users accused the woman who made the call of being a "whalist."
His intent was "not to harm anyone. He was right in saying there are so many people who loved him."
"I was thinking, like, I'm going to have this moment of serenity," said the man flying the stolen aircraft.
Washington State's Puget Sound area is famous for its moderate climate and postcard-perfect views of the Olympic mountain
The Puget Sound whale may have been over 100 years old.
Tell me about the Academy and how your work developed there Looking back, I see that the early 1980’s was a wonderful time
What can the rest of the country learn from this region's move to shift its racist legacy? Cities all over the country are facing challenges of homelessness and housing affordability at the same time they are wrestling with what compliance with HUD's affirmatively furthering fair housing means. The case of Seattle illustrates what is at stake.
Could it be there's another homicidal maniac on the loose -- one with a fiendish foot-fetish? Someone who's cutting off his victim's feet and chucking them in the ocean? Or is it more likely just as the authorities say -- all the feet belong to suicide victims.
For 90 years, heart disease has been the number one reason we lose our loved ones. Enough is enough! Imagine a day when heart disease is no longer the leading killer. Join the Heart and Stroke Walk in Seattle and Tacoma and help us Get 1 Done!
Did you know that birds, amphibians, and even insects consume salmon carcasses and eggs? Salmon are so connected that they benefit plants, even vineyard grapes. How, you ask? It's all about their journey.
H/T City Lab Designed and produced by artist Peregrine Church, Rainworks is a special type of street art that appears on
Chemical Contaminants Suspect in Mystery of Alaska Chickadee Beak Deformities Now Spreading Globally
The deformities range from slight to gross and can have severe consequences for the birds if they are unable to use their beaks to pick up food or groom feathers so their bodies retain heat.
Critical habitat designations prevent the federal government from undertaking or approving activities that reduce an area's ability to support an endangered species. Species with designated critical habitat are more than twice as likely to show signs of improvement than those without.