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Dearborn nursing center sells for $8M

By JOURNAL STAFF

King County records show the $8 million sale of a convalescent care facility at 2611 S. Dearborn St.



City unveils 28 draft zoning maps

By JOURNAL STAFF

On Tuesday the city released five of an expected 28 draft zoning maps that will support Mayor Ed Murray's Housing Affordability and Livability Agenda.


REI OKs deal for Spring District HQ

By JOURNAL STAFF

REI announced on Thursday it has a final agreement for moving to the Spring District in Bellevue.


Here's the data your car collects, who gets it

By TOM KRISHER and DEE-ANN DURBIN

Car data is about to become big business. A new report from McKinsey says automotive data could be worth $450 billion to $750 billion globally by 2030.


Crows knock out power in 3 states

A utility company says two crows triggered a power outage in mid-July that knocked out service to about 100,000 customers in three Western states.


Whatcom extends fuel shipping ban

The Whatcom County Council has extended its ban on new permit applications for projects that ship crude oil and other unrefined fossil fuels out of Cherry Point.


Committee looks at how to help small firms afford space

By BRIAN MILLER

Seattle Mayor Ed Murray's Commercial Affordability Advisory Committee — a 15-member group of merchants, developers and community leaders — released its recommendations on Wednesday.


Judge orders ex-billionaire to pay creditors $286M

By MATTHEW BROWN

In a trial set to begin next week in Seattle, creditors will try to prove that Timothy Blixseth tried to shield a jet, two yachts and a mansion by turning them over to his wife and mother-in-law.


Oregon blacklists janitorial firm

A janitorial company has been permanently banned from Oregon government work after an investigation revealed widespread underpayment of workers.


Where the candidates stand on Social Security

By STEPHEN OHLEMACHER

Both presidential candidates have said little to acknowledge the issue, even though it's a main driver of the government's long-term budget problems.


Did Congress set the stage for high drug prices?

By RICARDO ALONSO-ZALDIVAR

Congress expanded taxpayer-financed coverage for drugs without mechanisms for dealing with costs, instead relying mainly on market forces.


Tokyo Olympics cost could top $30B

By MARI YAMAGUCHI

Already, the rowing venue is projected to cost seven times more than originally forecast.



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