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Wildfire damage creates conditions for pine-eating bark beetles to thrive

By JUSTIN RUNQUIST

Scientists believe the insect is native to California and Oregon but now it's showing up in Washington.


RFP is out for TODs on Capitol Hill

By JOURNAL STAFF

Sound Transit has released a request for proposals to develop four sites around the Capitol Hill light rail station.


Greystar plans 161-unit Uptown Flats

By JOURNAL STAFF

Greystar is planning a two-building complex called Uptown Flats with 161 apartments one block from Seattle Center.


$75M museum will be built on site in S.C. where slaves entered U.S.

By BRUCE SMITH

Researchers estimate that 40 percent of African slaves in the late 18th and early 19th centuries first landed at the dock in Charleston.

What's next for site of Bellevue Red Lion?

By JOURNAL STAFF

Spokane-based Red Lion Hotels Corp. said its two-story hotel at 11211 Main St. in Bellevue is for sale.

Neighborhood told to fix own pot holes

The city of Portland is telling a neighborhood with poor streets to fix its own pot holes.


Spring District site picked for rail yard

By JOURNAL STAFF

Sound Transit's board yesterday said it wants to put a 25-acre light rail operations and maintenance facility in Bellevue near the Spring District, where a transit-oriented development is planned.


Flatiron West awarded $200M SR 520 contract

By JOURNAL STAFF

A contract to build the West Approach Bridge North has been awarded to Flatiron West Inc., which submitted the low bid of $199.5 million.

A look at Stonebridge's 17-story hotel on Terry

By JOURNAL STAFF

Stonebridge Cos. has filed early design plans with the city of Seattle for a 17-story hotel at the corner of Terry Avenue and Howell Street.


City Light repairs hydroelectric dam

By JOURNAL STAFF

Seattle City Light announced that Boundary Dam's electrical-generating Unit 53 is up and running again after repairs.


New-home sales plummet in June

Sales of new U.S. homes plunged in June, a sign that real estate continues to be a weak spot in the economy.


Sunken freighter raised in Tacoma

Dismantling and recycling is expected to cost $1.2 million, or more if asbestos is found.


New facility will handle waste from Pierce County storm drains

By JOURNAL STAFF

Construction has started on a project at Pierce County's Central Maintenance Facility in Frederickson that will allow crews to process waste from roadside storm drains.


Alaska vintage tourist train derails; 23 hurt

A vintage rail company that transports hundreds of thousands of tourists a year along the route of the historic Klondike Gold Rush suspended operations while it investigates a derailment that left 23 people with minor injuries, officials said.



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From the AGC Building in South Lake Union, you can see 18 construction cranes.



The bestselling author and former UW prof presents the theory, practices and complexities of sustainable design.

From the AGC Building in South Lake Union, you can see 18 construction cranes.

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