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Kirkland OKs design for a new Park Lane

By JOURNAL STAFF

The Kirkland City Council has approved the design for redoing Park Lane, a two-block downtown corridor popular with pedestrians.


3,000 construction workers to build Tesla's ‘gigafactory'

By SCOTT SONNER

At least half of the workers will have to be Nevada residents.


UW says study of WSU med school is flawed

By NICHOLAS K. GERANIOS

The University of Washington on Monday criticized as deeply flawed a study released last week that supported the creation of a new medical school in Spokane by rival Washington State University.


Eugene stops demo of old city hall to debate plans for a new city hall

By JOURNAL STAFF

City leaders in Eugene, Oregon, may be having second thoughts about building a new $15 million City Hall.


Kid sucked into pipe reignites debate over storm drain safety

By RYAN J. FOLEY

NIOSH warned cities 12 years ago that installing grates on storm drains could prevent accidents. Many didn't follow the advice.




Dump truck dumps on Oregon freeway

Police say a truck pulling a large belly dump trailer was traveling on the highway Friday afternoon when the trailer's gate opened and rocks spilled onto the freeway.


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