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Wal-Mart adding new money transfer service

By ANNE D'INNOCENZIO

The world's largest retailer is expanding its financial services for customers, and already offers prepaid cards, check cashing and tax preparation.



Nuclear industry thinks small, even tiny

By LORI HINNANT

The new head of the NEA says first contract to build a small, factory-built modular nuclear reactor could come later this year.


Filmmaker turns to pot to fund his films

Peninsula Cannabis has converted an old warehouse in east Port Angeles. Twelve growers and 10 processors have been permitted so far statewide.


IRS audits less than 1% of big partnerships

The Internal Revenue Service audits fewer than 1 percent of large business partnerships, according to a government report released Tuesday.


Spokane takes over waste energy plant

Spokane is taking over operation of the city incinerator that burns waste to generate electricity.


Seattle expands its pothole app

By JOURNAL STAFF

Seattle smartphone owners can use an app called Find It, Fix It, available for iOS and Android phones at iTunes and Google Play.


Road grading may have caused Wyo. hill to slide

Road-grading projects over a number of years may have contributed to a slow-moving landslide that has displaced residents of four homes and two small apartment buildings and cut off road access to dozens of other homes, according to a consultant for the town.


Lowe's fined $500,000 for lead dust violations

By JIM SUHR

The settlement involved Lowe's contractors who failed to use “lead-safe” practices when working on homes, day-cares and schools built before 1978.


More hotels coming to downtown Seattle

By NAT LEVY

Developers want to build two more hotels in downtown Seattle.


Neighbors unhappy with plans for commercial pot farm near Tenino

By LISA PEMBERTON

A group is trying to block Silica Phoenix LLC's pot farm saying they are concerned about property values, safety, and the impact of chemicals and smells.


Target takes on Amazon with more deliveries

By ANNE D'INNOCENZIO

Target is playing catch up in the subscription business, which allows shoppers to arrange for regular delivery of certain products.






Google, IBM hold dow down

By ALEX VEIGA

Corporate earnings pushed U.S. stocks mostly higher on Thursday, but it wasn't an easy ride up.


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