Most of the cranes dotting the skyline now are building apartment high-rises, though there are also several new offices going up at a time of intense competition for space among companies.
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A Tim Eyman-written measure to make Washington state car tabs cost just $30 could be on your ballot this November. It could have far-reaching effects.
Steve Escame was the most inspiring teacher and coach some Foster High students ever had. But one Des Moines woman, motivated by seeing Bill Cosby led away in handcuffs, has come forward to accuse the retired 80-year-old of pursuing her romantically while she was a freshman and sophomore. VIEW
Bisato is back. West Seattle gets a pasta spot from the chef behind Il Corvo. Read about all the delicious buzz on Seattle restaurant openings planned for 2019.
- Washington state lawmakers attempt again to raise the minimum legal age for tobacco sales
- Pedestrian dies after being hit by truck on I-5 near Burlington
- 53-year-old man fatally shot in White Center identified
- Developers must provide alternatives to driving alone, Seattle City Council decides
- Washington lieutenant governor skips Inslee’s speech over gun fears
- It’s official: 6 biggest U.S. banks topped $100 billion in profit
- Huawei reportedly target of U.S. criminal probe for trade secrets theft
- John Bogle dies at 89; fought for lower fees for investors
- Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez vs. Wall Street: Lawmaker wins spot on powerful House committee
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- Falling tree kills man as storm lashes California VIEW
- Volcano in southern Japan erupts; no injuries or damage
- Trump administration to roll out new missile defense plan
- 2 US service members, 2 US civilians killed in Syria blast WATCH
- American anchor for Iranian TV is arrested on visit to US WATCH
- YouTube bans risky prank videos amid spate of ‘Bird Box’ challenge stunts
- ‘Dear Evan Hansen,’ a teen musical hit, delves into deep, and digital, issues
- ‘Cold War’ tells a mesmerizing love story through music, chilly beauty and empty spaces WATCH
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