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Commissioner Rob Holland's sudden resignation caps a year of pratfalls at the Port. The selection process is flawed, even as the stakes get higher at this key institution.READ MORE 29 COMMENTS
Southeast Seattleites rebel after years of noise dumping and disdain. A lesson from Magnolia: Call your congressman and senators.READ MORE 7 COMMENTS
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Port commissioners will ask for a new legal review of Tay Yoshitani's already-approved position on a corporate board of directors.READ MORE 1 COMMENTS
With its new 747-8F, Boeing takes the lead in the cargo jet business, with a monopoly in the production of wide-bodied freighters.READ MORE 2 COMMENTS
We'd be buried in the stuff, instead of bare and increasingly unlikely to see any more big snowfalls this year.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
Some helpful hints on scans, patdowns, free wifi, and useful apps.READ MORE 3 COMMENTS
With Sprint and T-Mobile 4G phones already in customers’ hands, Verizon will begin its 4G foray here by year’s end.READ MORE 1 COMMENTS
International visitors account for a quarter of Seattle's tourism revenue, but the dollar's strength against the Euro is keeping many of them home.READ MORE 1 COMMENTS
Sometimes an airline has to make choices among baseball fans.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
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