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How to get ready for your VW payout

By PHILIP REED

Many owners of Volkswagen diesel cars are feeling better after reading the terms of the proposed $14.7 billion settlement



Bremerton firm loses ferry contract

A Bremerton company is out of options in its battle to keep serving food on ferries.


Capitol Hill units sold for $4.5M

By JOURNAL STAFF

King County records show that an aging but well located Capitol Hill apartment building sold for $4.47 million on Tuesday.


WhatsApp will share your number with Facebook

By BRANDON BAILEY

Users have 30 days to opt out of sharing their information with Facebook, although they must take the extra step of unchecking a box to do so.


ITT Tech can't take new students using federal aid

By COLLIN BINKLEY

The for-profit chain operates vocational schools at more than 130 campuses in 38 states, but it has been under increasing scrutiny from the education department.


Some successful small business owners just say no to growth

By JOYCE M. ROSENBERG

When a small business is successful, an owner will likely face the question of whether to grow. After a lot of soul-searching, many say no.


Colliers: Hot market for smaller buildings

By JOURNAL STAFF

The apartment-marketing team at Colliers released a study of the in-city “boutique” sector, meaning smaller buildings with 5-50 units.


Cyclist gets $18.5M for dump truck crash

A motorcyclist who suffered brain damage after colliding with a dump truck in a Lewis County construction zone has been awarded $18.5 million in damages.


Pick-Quick Drive In coming to Sodo

By JOURNAL STAFF

Crews from Western Neon will be installing a giant neon sign this morning at 2990 Fourth Ave. S. in Seattle.


Corrections officer charged with scam

A former corrections officer who was injured on the job is accused of scamming the state workers' compensation system out of more than $100,000 by working three security jobs in another state while telling Washington officials he was unable to work.


Judge rules city income tax measure invalid

By RACHEL LA CORTE

A ballot measure to create an income tax for some city of Olympia residents is invalid and will not appear on the November ballot, a superior court judge ruled Wednesday.



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