With lots of mountain snowpack, rivers that both flow lazily and roar with whitewater, Washington state has the water, nature and fun to take you on your next rafting adventure!
When the weather is hot and the kids get cranky, take them to one of these FREE spray parks in Puget Sound. Pack a lunch, bring a towel and sunscreen and have a blast! Here are some of our favorites.
The Washington Health Department has closed King County beaches to recreational shellfish harvesting after concerning levels of a dangerous toxin were found in samples.
There’s no place like Seattle on Independence Day! Put on your best red, white and blue, don your stars and stripes and head out to one of these Seattle celebrations!
Here are the places where you can get the best bird’s eye view of the Cascade mountains, city scape, water, and natural beauty of Puget Sound.
Peter Keller, a survivalist, had put bullets in his wife and his daughter, his cat and his dog. He didn’t want to be found. He had fashioned a 2 1/2 level bunker in the woods near Rattlesnake Ridge.
Plenty of snow in the mountains means it should be a good year for the water supply in Washington.
A man who spent about an hour in the water after he fell from a small inflatable raft off West Seattle has died.
Thursday, March 22 is the 19th Annual World Water Day. Sparked by the United Nations in 1993, it’s a day to bring awareness to crucial water issues around the world. Here’s what’s happening in the Seattle area and how you can help.
A co-owner of the Badlander bar in Missoula, Mont., has been found dead in the chilly waters of Seattle’s Elliott Bay.