Thousands of Seahawks fans lined a mile-long stretch of road in SeaTac Sunday morning, hoping to catch a glimpse of their favorite players before the team departs for Super Bowl XLIX. Above, Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman greets fans at the Delta Air Lines hangar at Sea-Tac.
Local schools are scrapping specialty classrooms, adding portables and paying teachers overtime in order to accomodate the additional students.
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