Josh Chamberlin, of NOAA fisheries, and Casey Clark, of the UW, conduct a fish survey 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.
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.
UPDATE - 11:08 AM Daily Rant & Rave: Fly like an eagle? Concert promoters are turkeys
UPDATE - 12:37 PM Taiwan plane survivor crawls out, phones dad
UPDATE - 12:37 PM Australia, Netherlands ready to secure crash site
UPDATE - 12:34 PM Transcript shows concerns during Arizona execution
UPDATE - 12:37 PM 50 children from Mexican border taken to Oregon
UPDATE - 12:20 PM Official: Hospital gunman intended to kill others
UPDATE - 12:20 PM Pot may be legal, but homeowner agreements can ban
Entertainment & Living
UPDATE - 11:06 AM 'Boyhood' expanding to additional theaters soon
- Editorial: EPA acts to protect Bristol Bay
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- 'The Mikado,' yellowface and seeing the Seattle show
- Guest: Where are the U.S. ambassadors?
UPDATE - 12:28 PM Report: At least four derailed 737 fuselages scrapped
UPDATE - 12:37 PM A 'durable' economy? Allow me to retort
UPDATE - 12:18 PM Fast food workers prepare to escalate wage demands