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NFT museum opens in Belltown

By EMMA HINCHLIFFE

A new digital art museum, the Seattle NFT Museum, opens today at 2125 First Ave. in Belltown with a special weekend event. Billed as a physical space for experiencing digital art, the museum displays NFTs or crypto art.

Supreme Court halts vax rule for US businesses

By MARK SHERMAN and JESSICA GRESKO

The Supreme Court has stopped a major push by the Biden administration to boost the nation's COVID-19 vaccination rate, a requirement that employees at large businesses get a vaccine or test regularly and wear a mask on the job.


111-unit Bremerton waterfront project bound for foreclosure

By BRIAN MILLER

Plans for a neighboring 186-unit building are uncertain.



Jobless claims by Americans rise to 230K

By PAUL WISEMAN

The number of Americans applying for unemployment benefits rose last week to the highest level since mid-November, but that's still low by historic standards.


Vulcan breaks ground on 261 Yesler Terrace units

By BRIAN MILLER

The third of five apartment projects by Vulcan Real Estate at Yesler Terrace has now been dubbed Wayfarer, at 1000 E. Yesler Way.

Fremont corner primed for sale, big development

By BRIAN MILLER

Prospective buyer Blueprint Capital has filed a plan to subdivide the corner into east and west chunks. The west corner portion would then be cleared of its old commercial structures to make way for a new seven-story building with around 90,000 square feet.



Streateries could last another year

By JOURNAL STAFF

If legislation submitted by councilmember Dan Strauss is approved, Seattle's many streateries, opened due to the COVID-19 pandemic, could be a feature of the city's sidewalks until at least 2023.


Honda exec: High auto prices may drop a bit

By TOM KRISHER

Honda expects its factories to make more vehicles this year despite a computer chip shortage and supply chain troubles. But because it's starting the year with so few vehicles at dealers, the company expects U.S. sales to fall below last year's numbers.


Wholesale prices jumped a record 9.7% in 2021

By MARTIN CRUTSINGER

The PPI did slow, on a monthly basis, in December.


Link lines to close for maintenance

By JOURNAL STAFF

Due to scheduled maintenance, the Link light rial service between SoDo and Capitol Hill will be suspended this Saturday and Sunday.


Mortgage rate jumps to 3.45%

Average long-term U.S. mortgage rates jumped again this past week, reaching their highest level since March 2020, just as the coronavirus pandemic was breaking in the U.S.


Harrell extends eviction bans

Seattle Mayor Bruce Harrell said Wednesday he will issue an executive order extending the city's eviction moratoriums for residents, small businesses and nonprofits for an additional 30 days, until Feb. 14, as the pandemic continues.


Roofer fined $425K for safety violations

Washington state officials have slapped a Snohomish roofing company with yet another fine for repeatedly putting workers' lives in danger.


Tenants sue over tainted Navy water

Residents of a Hawaii housing complex are asking a judge to stop their landlord from charging them rent until their tap water is safe from contamination.


Tech stocks again weigh on Nasdaq

By DAMIAN J. TROISE and ALEX VEIGA

Technology companies led a sell-off on Wall Street Thursday that pulled the major indexes into the red for the week.


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