The study was small, sampling only seven child-care centers in Seattle. Nap mats in all but one of the centers contained flame-retardant chemicals, but replacing...
Sandi Doughton is The Seattle Times' science reporter.
UW scientist records the “jazz singers of the Arctic” as bowhead whales shriek, moan, rattle and ululate under the ice during the dark of winter.
“To be able to recognize my fiancee’s face ... that would be a big deal,” says Toby Willis, whose insurance paid for the $850,000 procedure.
Lucy Jones, who calmed the public after California tremors, now works to help cities reduce damage by upgrading buildings and infrastructure. She speaks Monday at...
A Portland-area study finds single-family homes do well and that upgrades to older commercial buildings could slash both casualties and damage.
Scientist says it was just a clerical mistake, but opponents of the use of pesticides on oyster beds now question his credibility.
A Washington photographer has re-created sweeping photos from a 1930s-era project to document the country’s national parks and forests.