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Data on state oil movement released

New data collected by the state shows that nearly 618 million gallons of crude oil moved on trains through Washington in the last quarter.



Costco pharmacies to pay $12M settlement

Costco Wholesale Corp. has agreed to pay nearly $12 million to settle Justice Department allegations of lax pharmacy controls over a four-year period.


Probe of fatal Tesla crash ends without recall

But criticism from U.S. safety regulators is likely to influence how automakers market semi-autonomous systems.


Some refunds delayed as IRS focuses on fraud

By CAROLE FELDMAN

The Internal Revenue Service's battle against fraud and identity theft is intensifying as the tax filing season opens, and some of the neediest taxpayers are getting caught in the middle.


Jackpot for Vegas: the Raiders

By TIM DAHLBERG

Tourists will pay higher room taxes to fund $750 million of the cost of a new $1.9 billion, 65,000-seat stadium.


Firms tout jobs; Trump tweets approval

By JOSH BOAK

Many economists say the hiring being celebrated by Trump reflects, more than anything, the health of the $18.7 trillion economy he is inheriting.


In Alaska, minus 59 takes toll on cars, pipes, people

By DAN JOLING

Frozen tires flatten on the bottom, leading to a bumpy ride until they snap back into shape.


Old WeyCo campus sold for $15.65M

By JOURNAL STAFF

King County records show the Evergreen Corporate Center has sold for $15.65 million.


Hospital groups form a new JV

EvergreenHealth and Overlake Medical Center have formed a joint venture called Eastside Health Alliance that will collaborate and coordinate care, with a focus on cardiac, neuroscience and thoracic surgery services.


$108K damage from Ore. refuge takeover

Federal authorities say it cost more than $100,000 to repair two trenches and a road dug during the occupation of a federal wildlife refuge in Oregon last winter.


Logging eyed in Blanchard forest

The state Legislature is considering allowing logging in northern Washington state forest that includes several popular recreation areas.




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