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Fifty years ago, Boeing, Weyerhaeuser and PACCAR were the "Crème de la crème" of Washington's publicly traded corporations. Twenty-five years ago, Microsoft, Costco and Starbucks joined the list. Now, when people talk about... [Read More]
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The UAA men's basketball plays Western Oregon — NCAA Division II semifinalists a year ago — at 7 p.m. Thursday at the Alaska Airlines Center. On the line is UAA's undefeated record at... [Read More]
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Workers unload baggage from a Delta Air Lines flight at Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport in Linthicum, Md., in 2016. AP FILE PHOTO The chances that your flight will be on time and... [Read More]
Alaska Airlines recently commenced service connecting Los Angeles and Havana, Cuba, making it the only West Coast route to Cuba approved by US regulators. [Read More]
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All of them will go head-to-head with service offered on Seattle-based Alaska Airlines. The new routes will give Delta's Seattle customers non-stop access to Austin; Eugene, Ore.; Lihue, Hawaii; Milwaukee; Nashville; Raleigh/Durham; and... [Read More]
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All of them will go head-to-head with service offered on Seattle-based Alaska Airlines. The new routes will give Delta's Seattle customers non-stop access to Austin; Eugene, Ore.; Lihue, Hawaii; Milwaukee; Nashville; Raleigh/Durham; and... [Read More]
Fifty years ago, Boeing, Weyerhaeuser and PACCAR were the "crème de la crème" of Washington's publicly traded corporations. Twenty-five years ago, Microsof... [Read More]
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Vacancy for Sr. Software Development Engineers, Integrations at Alaska Airlines in Seattle. Apply for this job at Jobs.seattletimes.com. [Read More]
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Two flight attendants were seated in the front galley when they noticed a light-white powdery material coming from a ceiling vent intermittently, said Alaska Airlines spokeswoman Ann Zaninovich. [Read More]
For the first six quarters of the Alaska Airlines Classic basketball tournament at West High, the Chugiak Mustangs were the talk of the tournament. Then things got quiet. The Mustangs weren't able to... [Read More]
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The Rams defeated host team West 86-54 on Saturday. [Read More]
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Kiki Robertson set another school record and the UAA women's basketball team hit the 100-point mark for the second time in four games Saturday night at the Alaska Airlines Center. ... [Read More]
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SEA-TAC INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT, Wash. -- Thousands of 12's are heading to Atlanta to cheer on the Seahawks in the divisional playoff game Saturday. Q13's Bill Wixey joined some former Seahawks and lucky fans... [Read More]
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Alaska Airlines on Friday said that a non-toxic de-icer caused attendants to fall ill on a flight, triggering a hazardous material response when the plane landed in San Jose Thursday. [Read More]
Two Alaska Airlines flight attendants were treated after falling ill during a flight from Seattle to San Jose, California, on Thursday evening. [Read More]
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Two Alaska Airlines flight attendants were treated after falling ill during a flight from Seattle to San Jose, California, on Thursday evening. >> Read more trending stories ... [Read More]
Alaska Airlines confirms that a nontoxic de-icer caused attendants to fall ill, triggering a hazardous material response when the flight landed in San Jose, California. [Read More]
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The Latest on white powder that sickened airline attendants (all times local): 11:40 a.m. Alaska Airlines confirms that a nontoxic de-icer caused attendants to fall ill, triggering a hazardous material response when the... [Read More]
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Three Alaska Airlines flight attendants received medical treatment after an unidentified substance appeared Thursday night on a flight from Seattle to San Jose, according to Seattle media. According to... [Read More]
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Alaska Airlines flight-crew member hospitalized after light powdery substance comes out of vent in plane's ceiling... [Read More]
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