NOAA workers hand a net onto a boat for a recent survey of fish, including herring, off Whidbey Island. The herring population is a fraction of what it once was, raising questions about a possible link to the decline in marine birds.
Many in Bellevue have complained that placing the maintenance yard at the old BNSF site would undercut plans to turn the Bel-Red Corridor into a lively, high-density, mixed-use development.
UPDATE - 10:03 AM
Seahawks GM: Lynch ‘made a decision not to be here’
Team general manager John Schneider wouldn't talk specifics, but his comments seemed to confirm that the team isn't interested in giving Lynch a new deal.
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