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Around the village of Ilulissat, Greenland are icebergs that broke off from the Jakobshavn Glacier.
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Researchers working at Mount Rainier and North Cascades national parks have received a grant from NASA's Applied Sciences division to study how data with satellite imagery can help forecast dates of snow melt and peak flower bloom.
When the sea finally receded, the landscape was buried under a staggering 27million tons of debris that included everything from ships and ceiling tiles to light fixtures and photo albums.
Time to spring forward and set your clocks an hour ahead. Sunday marks the beginning of daylight saving time, which also unfortunately means we'll lose an hour of sleep.
Three practices in, the most interesting news nugget from the University of Washington's spring session has been Shaq Thompson.
Joshua Mayers joined The Seattle Times as a part-time news assistant in 2005 and took over the Sounders FC beat before the 2010 season.
Beginning today, the public will be able to see the mammoth tusk found at a Seattle construction site in February.
The University of Washington Tacoma Milgard School of Business has announced its 2014 slate of Business Leaders of the Year.
A well-timed bear hug from a Vietnam veteran persuaded Jonathan Wicks to put down the gun he'd raised to his head and start seeking therapy for the post-traumatic stress he developed after serving in Iraq.
Cloud Gate Dance Theatre of Taiwan is performing for the first time in Seattle, bringing its signature "Songs of the Wanderers."
UW Medicine and the Washington Biotechnology and Biomedical Association have co-founded a new health care collaborative that will bring together the region's best minds to discuss the rapidly changing industry.
The club had tried to sign Moon in 1983, when he entered the NFL after a record-setting career in the CFL, but he opted to join the Oilers.
Burning fuels like coal and gasoline doesn't just give off carbon dioxide. It also releases a cocktail of other pollutants - especially sulfur dioxides and various types of nitrous oxides, all key ingredients in the smog that sits in the atmosphere over highly polluted cities like Los Angeles or Beijing.
Jordie Kvidera, left, and Helen Wong measure a liquid substance during their Advanced Placement chemistry class at Sammamish High School in Bellevue.
Matter, Olympia's gallery of art created from reclaimed, recycled and sustainable materials, is itself in the process of being reclaimed.
An artist's conception of the only known planets that are likely to be habitable.