Weyerhaeuser will move its headquarters and 800 employees in 2016 from Federal Way to a new building. Above, the building that will be constructed at 200 Occidental Ave. S. in Seattle is seen in an artist's rendering. President and CEO Doyle Simons said in a statement Tuesday "our 430-acre campus in Federal Way is costly and too large for our needs." He also said the move will provide access to a larger talent pool for recruiting purposes.
EDUCATION LAB: After a notorious hazing incident last fall, parents and students at Garfield High School are tackling a school-culture problem that's widespread here and across the nation.
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The mysterious and tragic death of Watoto at the Woodland Park Zoo underscores the fact that it is time for Seattle to get out of the elephant business, once and for all.Editorial: "Watoto's death a wake-up call for city, Woodland Park Zoo"
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