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Bus hauling Louisiana flood volunteers hits firetruck; two killed, about 40 hurt

A state trooper said the bus driver is illegally in the country and has no driver's license.


Architect says HALA changed 403 Dexter plan

By BRIAN MILLER

The DJC recently reported that Wilshire Capital Partners' proposal for a project at 403 Dexter Ave. N. had gone from seven stories up to 25 stories and then back down to eight.


Sixties-era retirement community gets $57M rehab and expansion

By LYNN PORTER

The 10-story Bayview Retirement Community was built in 1961 on a Queen Anne Hill site that was donated for the care of older adults and children.


Recycling center fire in Idaho smoldering

A recycling center fire that on Monday pushed air quality in Boise to unhealthy for sensitive groups is contained but will likely continue to smolder for several days.


Site near UW Tacoma will get $125M project with housing, office and retail

By JOURNAL STAFF

A plot of land near the University of Washington Tacoma that's been sitting vacant for more than a decade will be the site of a new mixed-use complex.


More than 100,000 homes need repairs after Louisiana floods

By MELINDA DESLATTE

A new program is providing up to $15,000 for modest repairs to get homeowners safely back into their homes while larger renovations begin.


New $868K firetruck doesn't fit in Ohio station

Plans are underway to modify a station with taller doors and allow for a drive-thru.


Juneau's first pot farm passes state inspection

Brothers James and Giono Barrett, who run the grow operation, have already filled the site with nearly 300 cannabis plants.


Boston duck boat hits an overpass

Part of the roof of a Boston duck boat was torn off after a driver failed to clear a bridge while out on a tour in the city.


Traffic camera bribe sends official to jail

A former Chicago transportation official was sentenced Monday to 10 years in prison for taking bribes to steer $100 million in red-light camera contracts to a company in Phoenix.


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