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Crews repair two buildings on Second but one day they'll be razed for tower
Photo by Jon Silver
Construction crews have been busy for the past month removing stonework from a pair of buildings on Second Avenue that are on the site where Urban Visions eventually wants to build a 60-story high rise called 888 Tower.

Hansen pays $32M for 5 acres in SoDo

By BRIAN MILLER

Chris Hansen's representative says he has spent a total of $98 million to buy about 12.26 acres in SoDo, ‘with the goal of bringing the Sonics back.'

Work starts soon on WSU art museum

By JOURNAL STAFF

Washington State University is holding a launch party at 10 a.m. Oct. 1 in the Fine Arts Plaza for the new $15 million Museum of Art on the Pullman campus.

Bering Sea health clinic opens an electronic ICU

By RACHEL D'ORO

Real-time camera links will let emergency doctors view X-rays and patient charts, and talk directly with patients in Dutch Harbor.


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Waze mobile maps try to fix ‘tunnel blindness'

By MICHAEL LIEDTKE

Waze is trying to persuade all tunnel operators to buy and install beacons that it designed to keep GPS signals working in tunnels.


Apartment building planned in Ballard

By JOURNAL STAFF

Developer Pryde + Johnson is seeking a contract rezone to allow a 65-foot structure at 6416 15th Ave. N.W. in Ballard in exchange for preemptively meeting the city's planned Housing Affordability and Livability Agenda (HALA) standards.


A part of Prague's iconic Dancing House turns into hotel

By KAREL JANICEK

For many of the millions of tourists who flood the Czech capital every year, taking a selfie in front of the Dancing House has become as important as walking across the medieval Charles Bridge.


After Hours: 300 girls fly free at MOF this weekend

The Museum of Flight is offering free first flights in small planes to girls and young women — ages 8 to 17 — Saturday and Sunday from 11 a.m to 5 p.m.



TODAY'S STORIES

A & E
Work starts soon on WSU art museum

Business
Luxury stores offer chauffeurs, concierges
Here are the 5 best times for you to buy a new car
Eyman, committees pay AG $20,000
Stocks gain moderately
Hanjin gets funds to resolve cargo crisis

Construction
How did VA hospital cost $1.7B?
Advanced American Construction to dredge Port of Kalama marina
Bike trail would link tourist spots in Central Idaho
Plummeting inventory hurts home sales

Environment
Bull trout lawsuit targets forest roads
Parents seek $1.3M after lead exposure

Technology
Waze mobile maps try to fix ‘tunnel blindness'
Yahoo hack hits at least 500M accounts
Bering Sea health clinic opens an electronic ICU

Weekend
Tourism transforms long-hidden Buddhist valley in Himalayas
A part of Prague's iconic Dancing House turns into hotel
At the Movies: ‘The Magnificent Seven' rides again, with more guns
Strange But True!
After Hours: 300 girls fly free at MOF this weekend
Great Wall marred during restoration
Pitt, Jolie separated at wax museums

Real Estate
Crews repair two buildings on Second but one day they'll be razed for tower
City eyes rules on moving homeless
Apartment building planned in Ballard
Hansen pays $32M for 5 acres in SoDo

Advanced American Construction to dredge Port of Kalama marina

By JOURNAL STAFF

Dredging will begin on Oct. 15 at the south end of the marina and proceed north.

Tourism transforms long-hidden Buddhist valley in Himalayas

By THOMAS CYTRYNOWICZ

The Key monastery is one of the most important Buddhist monasteries in the Spiti Valley. India began allowing its own citizens as well as outsiders to visit the valley in the early 1990s.


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