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EquipmentShare sells Tukwila property

By JOURNAL STAFF

One month after acquiring the property at 13535 68th Ave. S. for $5.1 million, EquipmentShare.com has sold it for a bit over $6.4 million, according to King County records.

Ex-WeyCo manager charged with fraud

Federal prosecutors have filed criminal charges against an ex-finance manager from Weyerhaeuser who is accused of stealing at least $4.5 million from the timber business.


Most states lack laws protecting LGBT workers

By RUSS BYNUM and ANGELIKI KASTANIS

Rumors started circulating around the fire station in Byron, Georgia, within a year after the medical treatments began. The fire chief's once-crewcut hair was growing longer, and other physical changes were becoming noticeable. Keeping quiet was no longer an option.


'Totally avoidable': 3 firms fined in South Lake Union crane collapse

By GENE JOHNSON

The companies have 15 days to appeal the fines. Seattle Police have opened a criminal investigation.


UW seeks designer for $225M hospital

By JOURNAL STAFF

The University of Washington is seeking a design-build architect for a new behavioral health teaching hospital.


$17M sale for Uptown units

By JOURNAL STAFF

The Aloha House apartments, at 100 Aloha St., have sold for just $16.9 million, according to King County records.


Food Services sells Kent warehouse

By JOURNAL STAFF

A warehouse property at 18430 E Valley Highway in Kent has sold for almost $15.9 million, according to King County records.


Dubai bets billions on Expo 2020

By JON GAMBRELL

Dubai is betting billions of dollars the expo will draw 25 million visitors, encourage business and spur further development of the city, a place that has been transformed by its ruling Al Maktoum family over the decades from a sleepy port of pearl divers and gold smugglers into a world showcase.


EU Brexit deal reached; next hurdle is Parliament

By RAF CASERT, JILL LAWLESS and LORI HINNANT

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson's career of disdain for the European Union was a thing of the past on Thursday as he and the bloc's leaders celebrated their long-sought Brexit deal. He now faces an opponent closer to home: his own Parliament.


Judge throws out shellfish permit

A U.S. judge has thrown out a federal permit for the Washington state shellfish industry that failed to comply with environmental regulations.


Stocks close higher on solid earnings

By ALEX VEIGA

Stocks closed broadly higher on Wall Street Thursday as investors welcomed another batch of encouraging quarterly results from big companies.


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