Amex opens private Sea-Tac ‘studio'
By JOURNAL STAFF
$16B transportation bill passes in Olympia
The plan spends $8.8 billion on state and local road projects, and $1.4 billion on maintenance and preservation.
Real Estate Buzz: Despite Expedia loss, Bellevue will be just fine
By NAT LEVY
Expedia's plan to move to Seattle and Microsoft's decision to sublease some space have raised questions about the health of downtown Bellevue's office market.
ST3 set for 2016 ballot
Sound Transit's next package, Sound Transit 3, will be on the ballot in November 2016.
Assisted-living company gets LEED platinum by switching to modular construction
By LYNN PORTER
Astoria Column won't open for 4th; $1M renovation will take all summer
By DERRICK DEPLEDGE
The last extensive restoration of the 125-foot-tall monument was in 1995.
USGS says coastal erosion threatens northern Alaska
By RACHEL D'ORO
A resident in one coastal village said summer shore ice used to buffer the waves but it is gone.
Tougher rules for trade schools, job training
By ANNE FLAHERTY
But reform advocates say there's still a big loophole: The regulations only consider graduates of a program and whether they can find employment.
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