As groundbreaking treatments continue to be developed and the odds of surviving climb, Doctor Bart Scott with Seattle's Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center says more and more patients are rejecting recommended treatments in favor of natural remedies that run the gamut from herbal supplements to raw diets.
A year ago, protesters made national headlines by trying to block Shell Oil’s Polar Pioneer from entering Seattle. Now, they’re hoping to start a movement to transition away from fossil fuels entirely.
Bertha the tunnel boring machine is considered one of the biggest and most powerful pieces of mining technology to ever be released. But, ever wonder what she sounds like when she’s digging? Well, Bertha actually sings.
Washington has seen two straight years of record-breaking wildfire destruction. And funding issues could put the state at risk of going up in smoke yet again. First, it was the Carlton Complex of fires in 2014, scorching more than a quarter million acres in Central Washington, and taking with it over 300 homes from Twisp […]
Three women have reported being raped around the University of Washington campus since the beginning of March. Their reports are added to the 45 violent crimes in the Univeristy District so far this year.
The murder of Ingrid Lyne, who police say was killed by a man she met online, has raised a lot of fears about online dating and the dangers it poses. But are apps really more dangerous than old-fashioned dating?