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EPA mum on waste taken from Texas sites

By MICHAEL BIESECKER

The agency says it has recovered 517 containers but won’t say which Superfund sites the material came from and whether there’s a threat to human health.



Seattle vying for Main Street grant

A preservation group is inviting the public to vote on projects to improve Main Streets around the U.S.


Another 'fatberg' threatens London

British engineers are studying ways to dispose of yet another oversize “fatberg” threatening London's aged sewers.


Sex offenders claim McNeil Island water is making them sick

By MARTHA BELLISLE

The Department of Corrections has asked the Legislature for money to replace pipes and drill test wells, but lawmakers have yet to approve any.


NBBJ to design 24-story tower with 229 units in the U District

By BRIAN MILLER

A Los Angeles developer will show plans next week for what would be the University District's tallest new building in decades: a 24-story tower on the former Chevron gas station site at 4700 Brooklyn Ave. N.E.


Daly building 135 units at Rainier and Dearborn

By JOURNAL STAFF

Construction has started on Muir Apartments, a seven-story building on the northeast corner of Rainier Avenue South and South Dearborn Street in Seattle's Central District.


Alaska highway paint job is crooked, stains cars

Department spokeswoman Meadow Bailey said the paint is "not drying as quickly as it should due to humidity in southeast Alaska."


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