Local contractor, emergency responders team up to practice trench rescue skills
By MISSY GALLAGHER
Walsh-Schreiber win $44M project
By JOURNAL STAFF
The M in U District: luxury student housing with doorman, B-ball court
Quantum Capital Partners’ project will be the first high rise developed in the U District in 30 years.
Is Bergman Luggage building a landmark?
Housing starts sank 5.3%; Hurricanes and rising mortgage rates to blame?
By JOSH BOAK
Mortgage buyer Freddie Mac says that the average 30-year fixed-rate mortgage jumped to 4.9 percent last week, the highest level since 2011.
NHTSA probes Ford pickups with tailgates that pop open
NHTSA also has two investigations underway of Ford's F-150 pickup trucks, one from August on complaints of seat belt fires and another from 2016 dealing with the scope of a recall for brake failures.
Burien strip mall sells for $9.5M
The sellers were related to the Griffiths family, which developed Burien Square in the 1960s.
Black Creek finishing Sumner project
Jimmy Kimmel to open Vegas comedy club
The two-story, 300-seat venue will host big names and new talent chosen by Kimmel and his team.
Alaska village worries about flooding from airport runway realignment
Aniak city manager Kevin Toothacker said the runway next to the Kuskokwin River is in danger of flooding when ice jams form during the spring melt.
Builder sues over $2B transit center
Webcor Builders and Obayashi allege faulty design and mismanagement.
New clinic's focus is kids and drugs
Wonderland Developmental Center said it will open the nation’s first comprehensive center specializing in the diagnosis and treatment of children with prenatal exposure to abused substances.
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