Want a ‘smart house?' Here's how to get started — and assess privacy risks
By ANICK JESDANUN
You can add smart appliances as you go or do a major smart remodel — but not everyone wants live microphones in their homes.
Inslee wants 100% green energy in state by 2045
By PHUONG LE
The governor included $268 million in his budget to promote e-vehicles, and make buildings and refrigeration greener.
Only 15% of Alaskans buy quake insurance
With Alaska's history of earthquakes, you might assume most homeowners have earthquake insurance.
Tech changing insurers' disaster response
By PAT EATON-ROBB
The same data that helps insurers after a fire or quake also can be used to determine risk and pricing in any given area.
Airbnb operators face $75 license
By JOURNAL STAFF
The fee is part of the city's new registration system that will launch on Jan. 2.
Musk says Tesla's new chair won't rein him in
Elon Musk, who owns about 20 percent of Tesla, gave up the chairman role under a settlement with the Securities Exchange Commission.
Kirkland exec gets 5 years for tax evasion
Daniel Nix ran Dannix Design, an interior design firm for medical offices.
Portland sued over homeless blaze
A lawyer whose home and business were seriously damaged when a fire started at a homeless camp filed the $541,000 lawsuit.
Stocks end day higher
By MARLEY JAY
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