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Existing home sales rise 2.4% in September

By JOSH BOAK

Rising prices, weak income growth and tighter credit have priced out many would-be buyers.


Boeing breaks ground on $1B plant for making 777X wings

By JOURNAL STAFF

Boeing included a time capsule at the groundbreaking ceremony Tuesday for the new factory at its Everett plant where wings for the new 777X will be built.


Alaska reaches deal on refinery cleanup

Owners of the shuttered North Pole refinery and the state of Alaska have agreed on cleanup methods for a leak of an industrial chemical at the site.


Report: Spending $7B on state roads would yield $42B in benefits

By JOURNAL STAFF

Washington Roundtable and The Boston Consulting Group released a report yesterday that concludes spending $7 billion on state roads over 12 years would bring the state $42 billion in benefits over 30 years.


Homeowner, contractor to pay $700K to clean up mess from leveling Coos Bay home site

An estimated 1,500 cubic yards of fill spilled down a hill, onto a neighbor's property and out about 80 feet into a 100-foot-wide slough.


Jury rules Texas firm must pay $175M for guardrail redesign

An installer accused Trinity Industries of making false claims to federal regulators when it didn't disclose changes to ET-Plus guardrails.


Red bus lanes coming this year

By JOURNAL STAFF

Seattle is getting its first red bus lane this year as part of $2.1 million of transit improvement projects. Work this year also includes enhanced transit-only lanes, new right turn “pockets,” and bus stop upgrades on Holman Road and Northgate Way.


Detroit scrap wire may bring in $40M

The city of Detroit plans to sell 13 million pounds of copper wire from its public lighting operation.


Ravens, beaver cause Alaska power outages

A tree chewed down by a beaver fell onto power lines.


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Crews were filming an episode of the new TV series “The Man in the High Castle,” which lays out a scenario that Germany and Japan won WW II.






Recent “Champions of Sustainability” include Avista Corp. for its corporate headquarters. The next winner, The Allen Institute for Brain Science, will be honored at the November 2nd Seahawks game.

Crews were filming an episode of the new TV series “The Man in the High Castle,” which lays out a scenario that Germany and Japan won WW II.

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