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Finding your way inside the convention center is now easier


Washington State Convention Center weaves across three city blocks, straddles a freeway and has four main entrances.

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Spokane investing in historic buildings

Spending on historic preservation in Spokane is on the rise.

$200M spent on Yakima schools

A Yakima School District construction project totaling more than $200 million is finally complete.

80 units planned near Bellevue park

An entity related to Claudio Guincher's Continental Properties plans to build a six-story, 80-unit apartment structure across the street from Bellevue Downtown Park.

Nobel in economics awarded for work on poverty


Angus Deaton's research has shown other researchers and international organizations how to go about understanding poverty at the very basic level.

$100M and a national park? No thanks say many residents


The rolling forests where Henry David Thoreau once paddled a river in the shadow of Mount Katahdin are at the center of a fight over a $100 million offer by the founder of Burt's Bees to create the nation's next national park.

Madoff investors pin losses on auditors

Nearly seven years after Bernie Madoff's investment empire was revealed to be a $17.5 billion fraud, the battle by investors to recover their losses ramps up in a case that goes to trial this week in Seattle.

Medical building planned on First Hill


Healthcare Realty Trust of Nashville, Tennessee, wants to build a six-story medical office building at 515 Minor Ave., near Swedish Medical Center on First Hill.

Governors Point auction called off

Conservation group Whatcom Land Trust has renewed interest in preserving Governors Point following the cancellation of a bankruptcy auction where the waterfront property south of Bellingham was to be sold.

Judge orders man to pay restitution for redirected river

A Mason County judge has ordered a man to pay restitution after being found guilty of altering the course of the Tahuya River.

$48M Alamo face-lift plan could get bigger


Texas is buying nearby commercial buildings and hiring a firm to develop a master plan that could change the area dramatically.

Panama condo owners tell Trump he's fired


The developer stopped making debt payments within a few months of the ribbon cutting in 2011.

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