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Weinstein A+U in ownership transition

By JOURNAL STAFF

Ed Weinstein founded the firm in 1977.


Kent industrial sold for almost $8M

By JOURNAL STAFF

An industrial property at 19845 78th Ave. S. recently sold for over $7.6 million, according to King County records.


Shuttered Cap Hill Starbucks could be yours to lease

By BRIAN MILLER

Following the pandemic, as it pivoted to more takeout and less sit-down emphasis for its many locations, Starbucks shuttered its highly visible Capitol Hill location at 1600 E. Olive Way.



Report on Maui wildfire has 111 suggestions to prevent future tragedies

By JENNIFER SINCO KELLEHER, REBECCA BOONE and CLAUDIA LAUER

The report says the fire department was outmatched by the blazes that left 101 people dead.


Can homeless people be fined for sleeping outside? A rural Oregon city asks the US Supreme Court

By CLAIRE RUSH

The case, set to be heard on Monday, has broad implications for how communities nationwide address homelessness.

2023 was best year for new wind projects

By CARLOS MUREITHI

The world installed 117 gigawatts of new wind power capacity in 2023, a 50% increase from the year before, making it the best year for new wind projects on record, according to a new report by the industry's trade association.


Amazon not giving up on its Just Walk Out technology

By HALELUYA HADERO

Although the company is ditching the cashier-less checkout system at its Amazon Fresh stores, it plans to sell the technology to more third-party businesses.


Thousands in Ivory Coast are homeless as bulldozers level homes; health concerns cited

By TOUSSAINT N’GOTTA

Demolitions in low-income neighborhoods are nothing new in Abidjan, where rapid urbanization has led to a population boom and housing shortages, with nearly one in five Ivorians residing in the city. It’s a challenge in many parts of Africa where economic woes pushed more people into cities in search of better opportunities, straining an already overstretched infrastructure.


Arts venue coming to Third Ave.

By JOURNAL STAFF

New Rising Sun, the new producers of the Bumbershoot Music & Arts Festival, signed a five-year lease to open an arts venue/gallery space at 1930 Third Ave. in downtown Seattle.


Waterfront land returning to tribe

By JOURNAL STAFF

A bill to restore more than 17 acres of Tacoma waterfront land to the Puyallup Tribe is headed to President Joe Biden's desk after passing the U.S. House of Representatives last week and clearing the U.S. Senate in December.


City council gives a key approval for $1.9B Disneyland expansion

By AMY TAXIN

Visitors to Disney's California parks could one day walk through the snow-covered hamlet of Arendelle from “Frozen” or the bustling, critter-filled metropolis of “Zootopia” under a park expansion plan approved by the Anaheim City Council.


Builder pays over $7M for new home

By JOURNAL STAFF

A Lake Stevens industrial property at 13600 44th St. N.E. sold for over $7.4 million, according to Snohomish County records.


Hondas probed for auto brake issues

A U.S. government investigation into unexpected automatic braking involving nearly 3 million Hondas is a step closer to a recall.


Technology stocks sink the market

By STAN CHOE

The Dow Jones Industrial Average slipped 45.66 points, or 0.1%, to 37,753.31, and the Nasdaq composite sank 181.88, or 1.1%, to 15,683.37.


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