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Analysts say commute times will drop

Thanks to more funding provided by voters and vehicle owners, the experts are predicting that commuting times in the Puget Sound region will be improving in the years ahead.

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Sound Transit riders up, ST taxes, too

Regional transportation operators report almost one-quarter more passengers rode Sound Transit vehicles last year than in 2015. And much higher taxes are now being collected to expand the system.

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Auburn companies move to ‘healthiest’ city

Merchants and other businesses in Auburn are joing with city leaders to sponsor tomorrow's Healthy Auburn Resource Expo.

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Paid sick leave rules developing

Election results decided that all workers in Washington are entitled to get paid sick leave, but it is up to the rule-making process at state Dept. of Labor & Industries to translate that mandate into specifics the employers can put in place.

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CHI Franciscan adds Virginia Mason

Another South Sound medical services provider is affiliating its way into the larger King County marketplace with a combination announced today.

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Orion leader is Exec of Year

Kudos continue to arrive at Orion Industries in Auburn, this time for its CEO, who is Aerospace Executive of the Year.

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150,000 unauthorized regional residents

As the national conversation includes possible federal government action against immigrants without proper documentation, new data analysis shows there are many in western Washington.

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State proud of ‘Good To Go’ results

More and more cars and trucks are paying to travel the state's highways and toll bridges, bringing a big increase in collections. Tacoma Narrows take is up about 12 percent year-over-year.

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Home sales still exceeding listings

The new year showed uncharacteristically high activity in the residential real estate market, at least compared to several years ago, though not unlike 2016.

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Snow reduces business significantly

Mother Nature perhaps needed an extra day to recover from Sunday's spectacular Super Bowl over-time finish, so she dished up a hefty dose of winter weather today.

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Department of Health Licensing Actions

• Zachary Cadiente, EMT, Ravensdale   immediate suspension 
 

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