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Amex opens private Sea-Tac ‘studio'

By JOURNAL STAFF

At Sea-Tac Airport, American Express has opened a smaller version of the upscale airport venues it calls Centurion Lounges.


ST3 set for 2016 ballot

By JOURNAL STAFF

Sound Transit's next package, Sound Transit 3, will be on the ballot in November 2016.


Astoria Column won't open for 4th; $1M renovation will take all summer

By DERRICK DEPLEDGE

The last extensive restoration of the 125-foot-tall monument was in 1995.


KEXP gets $1.9M for new home

By JOURNAL STAFF

Gov. Jay Inslee's 2015-17 capital budget has $1.87 million in state funding for KEXP's new $15 million radio station.


Bids due for first phase of Burke-Gilman trail upgrades

By JOURNAL STAFF

The University of Washington plans to start construction in September on a project to make 1.7 miles of the Burke-Gilman Trail safer and easier to use.


$16B transportation bill passes in Olympia

The plan spends $8.8 billion on state and local road projects, and $1.4 billion on maintenance and preservation.


Draft EIS out on waterfront project

By JOURNAL STAFF

The city of Seattle wants the public to comment on the draft environmental impact statement for the waterfront redevelopment.


Construction begins on campus in Bend

Construction is under way to build an Oregon State University campus in Bend that was delayed for a year by legal challenges.


Robot kills man at Volkswagen plant

Automaker Volkswagen says a robot has killed a contractor at one of its production plants in Germany.


Magnolia bridge crew finds artifacts

Archaeologists are cataloging artifacts dating back to the 1700s that were found under a Seattle bridge by construction workers.


Burned stadium in Eugene was insured for $3M

The stadium never had a sprinkler system. The owners were planning to install one in the future.


6,000 tractor-trailer hitches may be faulty

By TOM KRISHER and DAN SEWELL

On a twisty, snow-lined hill that the locals call “Devil's Backbone,” a 12-ton semi-trailer came loose from its tractor and plowed into an oncoming line of pre-dawn commuters.


Man's arm severed in sawmill accident

An employee has been seriously injured in an industrial accident at the Gem Forest Products sawmill in Emmett.


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