Artist Glenna Cole Allee stands near “White Bluffs Tapestry,” a fabric-printed photo-collage that represents the White Bluffs of Hanford Reach. (Photo courtesy Glenna Cole Allee) Listen What started as a… Continue Reading Hanford Site history and secrets inspire new multimedia exhibition
Fertilizer plant fire may cause chemical smoke hazard, residents near Moses Lake advised to shelter in place
Battalion Chief Horst says the smoke is clearing out and the crew is gaining better visibility of the facility. The shelter in place order for residents within a mile of… Continue Reading Fertilizer plant fire may cause chemical smoke hazard, residents near Moses Lake advised to shelter in place
You’ll hear an interview of Dr. Jaqueline Wilson about her upcoming album featuring new music by Native American Composers, and how her high school band teacher guided her to her music goals. Continue Reading Meet Bassoonist Dr. Jacqueline Wilson (Yakama)
We’re nearing the end of October, but crews across Washington state continue to battle fires. Continue Reading October showers bring more containment to west side wildfires
A drone image of salmon during spawning season in Alaska. CREDIT: Daniel Auerbach LISTEN READ Searching for the places where salmon lay eggs, known as redds, is getting a boost… Continue Reading Drones could help researchers count salmon nests
Listen (EV Battery Fires Runtime: 1:09) (EV Battery Recycling Runtime: 1:48) READ As more electric vehicles hit the roads in Washington, some people are concerned about their batteries catching fire… Continue Reading As more electric vehicles hit the road, researchers study EV fires, battery recycling
I voted tags by Element5Digital on Unsplash. Read Yakima voters will hear from Yakima County Commissioner candidates during a forum Thursday at the Yakima City Hall Chambers. Six candidates are… Continue Reading County commissioner candidates forum in Yakima
Swarms of aphids pulse the air in Moscow, Idaho, during a late-October afternoon. CREDIT: Linda Weiford, WSU News Listen (Runtime 1:01) Read No, that’s not snowflakes you’re seeing on these… Continue Reading It’s not snowflakes, it’s aphids flying about parts of the Northwest
Lake Coeur d’Alene is an important destination for Northwesterners and the Coeur d’Alene tribe. But there’s more recovery work to be done at the Superfund site, according to a new… Continue Reading Rising temperatures, population growth could complicate Lake Coeur d’Alene’s recovery
Andy Goto, right, and Harriet Weber at their StoryCorps Northwest recording. Listen (Runtime 4:20) Read Imagine not seeing your family for nearly 50 years. That was the reality for Andy… Continue Reading StoryCorps Northwest – Andy Goto & Harriet Weber: His Parents’ Journeys
The Washington State Department of Ecology issued a $37,000 fine last week to a hazardous waste transportation company for failing to report a corrosive material leak.
Clean Earth Specialty Waste Solutions manages transportation of hazardous waste for businesses across Washington.
Continue Reading Clean Earth waste container leaks hazardous materials, crosses public roadways
Firefighting crews continue to build containment lines on the Nakia Creek fire, burning in southwestern Washington in Clark County.
More than 28,000 homes in Clark County are still under Level Three, or go now, evacuation orders, which haven’t changed since Monday. Continue Reading Nakia Creek fire grows to just under 1800 acres
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