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Seattle-area rents drop significantly for first time this decade as new apartments sit empty

Seattle-area rents drop significantly for first time this decade as new apartments sit empty

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With rent hikes already slowing down and even more apartments set to open in 2018 and 2019, renters...


Racial equity in Seattle schools has a long, frustrating history — and it’s getting worse

Racial equity in Seattle schools has a long, frustrating history — and it’s getting worse

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For at least seven decades, Seattle Public Schools has pledged to eliminate the gaps in achievement...


Opinion: Physicians also keep the economy healthy

Opinion: Physicians also keep the economy healthy

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The health care landscape has changed drastically over the years. Hospitals and health systems grow...


Opinion: Cellphones can save salmon — and Puget Sound-area people can help

Opinion: Cellphones can save salmon — and Puget Sound-area people can help

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Todd Myers of the Washington Policy Center shares his story of sponsoring a salmon named Fishy McFishface...


Patti Payne: Alaska Air\'s poised to reveal new uniforms; Slade Gorton turns 90

Patti Payne: Alaska Air's poised to reveal new uniforms; Slade Gorton turns 90

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One of a handful of employees who will model the uniforms in the big reveal is thrilled with the style,...


Thailand seizes large elephant tusks worth over $450,000

Thailand seizes large elephant tusks worth over $450,000

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BANGKOK (AP) — Thai authorities have seized 148 kilograms (326 pounds) of African elephant ivory,...


Mortenson buys Kent industrial park for $8M

Mortenson buys Kent industrial park for $8M

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Mortenson, a national developer and builder, has purchased an industrial park at 821 Third Ave. S. in...


Contractors lauded for their partnerships with WSDOT

Contractors lauded for their partnerships with WSDOT

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Five transportation projects were honored for contract administration excellence last week at the AGC/WSDOT...


Youngstown Flats sold for $72M

Youngstown Flats sold for $72M

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Two foreign LLCs have purchased the 195-unit Youngstown Flats apartments, at 4040 26th Ave. S.W. in...


111 First Hill units planned near Yesler Terrace

111 First Hill units planned near Yesler Terrace

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A local man has filed early plans for a 111-unit all-studio apartment building at 216 Tenth Ave. near...


State Farm leaving Tacoma

State Farm leaving Tacoma

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State Farm announced yesterday that it is moving out of Tacoma at the end of the year. The insurance...


Walmart to close 3 local Sam\'s Clubs

Walmart to close 3 local Sam's Clubs

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Walmart confirmed Thursday it is closing dozens of Sam's Club warehouse stores across the country, the...


At the Movies: ‘Paddington 2\' is simply wonderful

At the Movies: ‘Paddington 2' is simply wonderful

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“Paddington 2 “ is that rare creation that somehow improves on its already charming predecessor. May...


After Hours: Beatles vs. Stones in a rock showdown

After Hours: Beatles vs. Stones in a rock showdown

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Abbey Road and Satisfaction — The International Rolling Stones Show, will face off in an on-stage throwdown n...


Michelin star boosts chef at outdoor Thai kitchen to stardom

Michelin star boosts chef at outdoor Thai kitchen to stardom

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After spending more than three decades cooking in an unassuming outdoor kitchen, a wok-wielding, goggles-wearing...