A steadfast little octopus living in the deep waters of Monterey Bay has set an extraordinary record of animal motherhood, laying her clutch of eggs and brooding them nonstop for 53 straight months — apparently without pause for food or rest.
A 37-year-old West Seattle man, who police say exposed himself and masturbated in front of different women at least three times in recent weeks, was charged today with indecent exposure and failing to register as a sex offender, according to King County prosecutors.
W. Thomas Amick, 71, a retired biotechnology executive, has been named president and CEO of Dendreon as John H. Johnson carries out his recent decision to step down from leadership of the struggling company.
Oil shipments by rail through any community are dogged by what seems like irreconcilable conflicts of interest ["Oil train derails in Interbay in Seattle, no spills," The Today File, July 24]. First there is the need for profitability by the railroad. Second there is the need for a safe and reasonab