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Analysis: More TIGER grants go to Democratic areas

By ANDREW TAYLOR

Just 33 percent of the Transportation Investment Generating Economic Recovery grants were awarded to GOP-held districts.



Landmarks board meets next week on Broadacres Building nomination

By JOURNAL STAFF

On Nov. 5, the Seattle Landmarks Preservation Board will consider the nomination of the Broadacres Building at 1601 Second Ave. — once home to Nordstrom Rack — as a city landmark.


Central Oregon seen as refuge after The Big One

By TYLER LEEDS

The Oregon Resilience Task Force is studying the state's preparedness for a major earthquake off the coast.


SeaTac artwork on endangered list

By JOURNAL STAFF

The Cultural Landscape Foundation says an environmental art piece fashioned from a gravel pit in the city of SeaTac is one of 11 land-based artworks that is threatened with demolition, neglect, poor maintenance, vandalism and lack of funding.


Landslide season arriving in Seattle

By JOURNAL STAFF

Thanks to a soggy October, the city may have already crossed the official U.S. Geological Survey landslide threshold for the first time this year.


Backers say $1.4B arena is a go at old Vegas waterpark site

The multipurpose arena with a retractable roof will be surrounded by a 44-story resort hotel and a pedestrian plaza featuring nightlife, retail and dining spots.


State charges man for altering river

By JOURNAL STAFF

The state Attorney General's Office filed three misdemeanor charges this week against a Mason County man accused of using heavy machinery to fill and alter the course of the Tahuya River near his home without any permits.


New Alaska library is filled with rocks

The Geologic Materials Center opened Wednesday, offering oil and gas developers a place to learn about the geology of areas they want to explore.


Developer of one of the world's largest retirement communities dies

Harold Gary Morse took over a small mobile home park in central Florida in 1983 and turned it into a community of nearly 100,000 people.


Chemical company to build $1.4B fertilizer plant in Illinois

About 2,000 construction jobs are expected to be created while the plant is being built.


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Recent “Champions of Sustainability” include Avista Corp. for its corporate headquarters. The next winner, The Allen Institute for Brain Science, will be honored at the November 2nd Seahawks game.

Crews were filming an episode of the new TV series “The Man in the High Castle,” which lays out a scenario that Germany and Japan won WW II.

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