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Seattle ranks 8th on 2016 Walk Score list

By JOURNAL STAFF

It's getting easier to walk to shops, restaurants, schools and parks in America's largest cities.



California seeks $90M from utility over deadly wildfire

By JANIE HAR

Cal Fire blamed the utility and its contractors for a tree that touched a power line, sparking a 2015 fire that caused about $300 million in insured losses.


Lead found in 6 more schools in Tacoma

Tacoma school officials says a review of previous water quality tests has found six more public elementary schools with unsafe amounts of lead in scattered sources of drinking water.


$320M ice wall at Fukushima plant could leak 50 tons of tainted water each day

By YURI KAGEYAMA and MARI YAMAGUCHI

Ground water has been flowing into the plant, where it becomes radiated and then seeps back out.


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Elevated levels can decrease performance and lead to lethargy, headaches and even death.



Half of the new Lake Washington floating bridge is open to traffic and the other half will open later this month.


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