The southwest sector of Mount Rainier National Park, including the lodge at Longmire, is being evacuated due to flooding, park officials said.
At first I was proud of myself for getting an image of two eagles fighting over a fish. As the first day wore on I realized that is what they do all day long.
There are a number of reasons fall and winter are my favorite times of the year, but this is one of the biggies: the amazing Mount Rainier sunrises.
The BLM late Tuesday canceled the Special Recreation Permit issued Nov. 13 to Idaho for Wildlife providing use of about 3 million acres of federal land for the three-day event in early January.
Industry leaders say that even though last-minute lift tickets at some resorts now exceed $100, skiing has never been more affordable if you're savvy about discounts.
Who knew that over the hill and through the woods, there was a 'concept house' in Seward Park built for the future? This Jet City Original by Ken Koehler AIA resembles a stationed rocket ship, and was designed for display at the 1963 Home Show in the Seattle Coliseum.
Do you watch Treehouse Masters on Animal Planet? The show is hosted by Fall City WA's own Pete Nelson, who travels the county building tree-houses for people. An upcoming episode takes him within his own state, were a local Woodinville couple wanted a treehouse that resembled a honeycomb.
A black bear cub burned in a massive Washington state wildfire over the summer is moving to a rehabilitation facility in Idaho for the winter.
The Idaho Department of Fish and Game in a statement on Friday says the moose was killed at the Cartier Slough Wildlife Management Area sometime before Nov. 10.
When residents of western New York say it's the most snow they've seen in a while, that's… quite a bit of snow. Sort of akin to someone from Duluth saying it's mighty chilly outside.
Two Eugene men who got lost in the wood burned a trailhead sign to stay warm as temperatures dropped to 20F, the Marion County Sheriff's Office said.
Scientists have isolated a virus they are pretty sure is causing the mysterious disease that has killed millions of sea stars on the Pacific Coast from Southern California to Alaska.
Searchers have recovered the body of a 39-year-old Oregon climber who fell 900 feet as he descended in darkness from the summit of a Cascade Range peak.
Research being conducted by scientists with NOAA, Washington State University and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service offers a promising solution to stormwater pollution, a major problem for Puget Sound and other streams and lakes in the nation.