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Get a look at Rainier rail station

By JOURNAL STAFF

Sound Transit will show the latest design for the Rainier Avenue light rail station at an open house today at 5 p.m. in the Northwest African American Museum at 2300 S. Massachusetts St.


County planning for Cedar River floods

By JOURNAL STAFF

The potential for flooding along the 22-mile Cedar River corridor threatens some major properties such as The Boeing Co.'s 737 assembly plant, Paccar's Kenworth truck plant and Renton Municipal Airport.


Ruptured water main hits UCLA hard

By BRIAN MELLEY

Water poured into Pauley Pavilion, which underwent a $132 million renovation less than two years ago.


Tunnel's portal pit is 80 feet deep

By JOURNAL STAFF

Thousands of drivers rolling along state Route 99 are unaware that a giant 80-foot-deep pit has been dug just west of the highway at Harrison Street.


ASCE: $1T needed to fix aging water pipes in U.S.

By BRIAN MELLEY

The rupture of a nearly century-old water main that ripped a 15-foot hole through Sunset Boulevard and turned a swath of the University of California, Los Angeles into a mucky mess points to the risks and expense many cities face with miles of water lines installed generations ago.


State OK's new electrical programs

By JOURNAL STAFF

The state Department of Labor & Industries has approved two new electrical programs at the Construction Industry Training Council of Washington.


3rd Columbia bridge on Clark Co. ballot

With a 2-1 vote, Clack County commissioners have approved placing an advisory vote on November's ballot to gauge public interest on a third bridge over the Columbia River.


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If Congress fails to act by Aug. 1, the Federal Highway Administration will institute uniform cash management procedures to distribute federal dollars.



A Tacoma shipping company installed rain gardens three years ago to control stormwater runoff. Today, the gardens are a model for other businesses.

If Congress fails to act by Aug. 1, the Federal Highway Administration will institute uniform cash management procedures to distribute federal dollars.

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