Bend struggling with housing affordability
By WILL RUBIN
Some see the city becoming a commuter resort town in the same vein of Colorado's Aspen and Vail.
Work begins on Selig's Belltown office project
By JOURNAL STAFF
Martin Selig Real Estate has begun construction on one Belltown project and made some changes to another.
$500M Milwaukee Bucks arena expected to be approved
By SCOTT BAUER
A $500 million plan for a new Milwaukee Bucks arena has enough votes to pass the state Assembly with help from Democrats, Republican Majority Leader Jim Steineke said Monday.
Can hot housing market continue?
By JOSH BOAK
Signs are emerging that housing's momentum may be destined to falter in coming months.
Cities asking people to conserve water
The cities of Seattle, Tacoma and Everett are asking people to avoid wasting water in response to the hot, dry weather and low river levels.
Developer pleads guilty to lying
A Portland real estate developer pleaded guilty to lying to a bank about where he would direct the money from a loan.
Fake palms fueled fire at Vegas hotel
Firefighters say fake foam palm trees and high winds fueled a poolside fire Saturday on the 14th floor of The Cosmopolitan on the Las Vegas Strip that sent plumes of black smoke from the casino-hotel.
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