Cell Therapeutics developed a drug approved for a condition with 400 new patients a year and was able to make millions of dollars from it within five years.
Scientists fear ocean acidification will drive the collapse of Alaska’s iconic crab fishery.
Ocean acidification threatens to scramble marine life on a scale almost too big to fathom.
Zoos’ efforts to preserve and propagate elephants have largely failed, both in Seattle and nationally. Chai, an elephant at Woodland Park Zoo, underwent 112 artificial insemination attempts — all unsuccessful.
Methadone is one of two painkillers Washington state approves for Medicaid patients and injured workers. It is cheap, but also unpredictable. Methadone deaths reach into the hundreds each year and disproportionately affect the state’s poor.
Seattle police swept through Westlake Park on October 5, 2011 making 25 arrests as they clashed with protesters and hauled away tents set up by the Occupy Seattle movement. The protest is an offshoot of the Occupy Wall Street demonstrations.
The first 787 Dreamliner delivered by Boeing took off early Tuesday, September 27, 2011 for Japan, where All Nippon Airways (ANA) will launch it into passenger service late next month.
Two days after the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks, a man spread gasoline and fired a gun outside Idriss Mosque in Northgate. Aziz Junejo, who has worshipped at the mosque for years, collected cards and letters sent to the mosque in response to the attack.
Three parents talk about the struggles they’ve had as their children faced weight issues and lifestyle changes. Teens participating in the Food Empowerment Education Sustainability Team (FEEST) program talk about the challenges teens face when trying to eat healthy.
Boeing began initial test flights of the 747-8 Intercontinental, Boeing’s largest passenger plane, at Paine Field on Sunday, March 20, 2011. The freighter version of the 747-8 had its first flight in February 2010.