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Unemployment claims hit 965K as virus takes toll

By CHRISTOPHER RUGABER

Though all sectors of the economy initially laid off workers, most of them have avoided deep job cuts.

$6M sale for 10 acres in Milton

By JOURNAL STAFF

Mostly vacant land at 38240 Milton Road S., which abuts the Lloyd Enterprises materials yard, has sold for over $6.3 million, according to King County records.


Federal Way site sells for $4.5M

By JOURNAL STAFF

A possible future development site in Federal Way at 35000-35060 Pacific Highway S. sold for $4.5 million, according to King County records.


‘At 6 p.m., life stops': Europe uses curfews to fight virus

By JOHN LEICESTER and SYLVIE CORBET

In France, workers will need employers' notes to commute or move around for work after curfew.


9 Capitol Hill units sell for $3.3M

By JOURNAL STAFF

A small apartment building at 228 11th Ave. E. sold for almost $3.3 million, according to King County records.


Lottery fever: $1.4B up for grabs this weekend

By SCOTT McFETRIDGE

With the widest reach of any lotteries in the U.S., Powerball and Mega Millions are designed to produce eyepopping jackpots that generate huge sales. It's safe to say it's working, as their combined jackpots reached an estimated $1.39 billion on Thursday.


Untreated water enters Puget Sound

The West Point Treatment Plant in Seattle sent 11 million gallons of untreated stormwater and sewage into Puget Sound on Wednesday, King County's wastewater treatment division announced, blaming the release on widespread power outages.


Wohlpart to be new CWU president

Officials have announced that University of Northern Iowa Provost Jim Wohlpart is resigning to become the newest president of a public university in Washington state.


Court halts Seattle injection sites

Seattle received a setback in its effort to create a supervised heroin consumption site after a federal appeals court denied a similar effort in Philadelphia to create locations for heroin users to inject the drug with a nurse present


Late drop in Big Tech pulls down indexes

By STAN CHOE, DAMIAN J. TROISE and ALEX VEIGA

Wall Street capped a day of listless trading Thursday with a late-afternoon pullback led by technology companies that left the major stock indexes in the red.


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