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Boeing earnings down 10% as 737 MAX uncertainty continues

“There was no surprise or gap or unknown here,” CEO Dennis Muilenburg said of the airplane’s design.

After loading passengers, San Juan Airlines pilot Rebecca Watson pulls chocks before piloting a Cessna 207 for an early morning flight out to the San Juan Islands from Bellingham International Airport on Tuesday, April 23, 2019 in Bellingham, Wash. San Juan Airlines, which has flown small charter flights from Paine Field for decades, will begin twice-daily scheduled flights from Everett to the San Juan Islands on May 1.(Andy Bronson / The Herald)
Paine Field lands a 3rd airline, but this one flies Cessnas

San Juan Airlines begins scheduled passenger service from Everett to Friday Harbor on May 1.

Pentagon watchdog clears acting chief Shanahan of wrongdoing

The acting Defense Secretary had faced allegations of favoring his former employer, Boeing Co.

Bryan Hinze, of Lynnwood, sports a Avengers Lego themed hat, with even a couple DC super heroes mixed in, while attending the first showing of the Avengers:Endgame movie at the AMC Alderwood Mall 16 on Thursday, April 25, 2019 in Lynnwood, Wash. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)
“Avengers” to draw crowds close to home and around the world

Ticket presales went gangbusters for theater chains, includingSnohomish County’s cineplexes.

Video game effort could help regulate future drone traffic

A team at the University of Utah is working with regulators to keep that future traffic in check using a video game.

March Madness bets 3 times higher than Super Bowl bets in NJ

More than $106 million was bet in New Jersey on the NCAA Tournament.

Walmart experiments with AI to monitor stores in real time

It’s trying to manage the stores more efficiently, keep costs under control and make shopping more pleasant.

Tired of being deluged with unsolicited nudes?

Bumble says ‘Private Detector’ will protect you.

Bombardier tumbles after cutting forecast on new rail woes

A slower production ramp-up on some rail projects dented first-quarter revenue.

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