Ohio's governor is promising an extensive review of how the water supply for 400,000 people in Ohio and Michigan became tainted with a toxin over the weekend while a high-ranking state lawmaker is planning hearings on the blooms of algae fouling Lake Erie.
An early start for the 10 today. First, though, a quick note that the Seahawks hold another open practice today, this one at the more regular time of 10:15 a.m. So check back for more throughout the day on practice.
The government said Monday it will soon close three emergency shelters it established at U.S. military bases to temporarily house children caught crossing the Mexican border alone. It said fewer children were being caught and other shelters will be adequate.
Miami quarterback Kevin Olsen reportedly will be suspended for at least one game after failing a drug test. Contenders to start the Hurricanes’ opener include Kansas transfer Jake Heaps, a graduate of Skyline High in Sammamish. “I didn’t come here to be the backup,” Heaps sai
Separated by only a small patch of yellow daisies at the Saint-Symphorien military cemetery lie two former enemies: British Captain Kenneth James Roy and German Gefreiter Reinhold Dietrich. Also between the two are some 9 million dead soldiers over four years.
Despite a shortage of lethal-injection drugs, two of the nation's most active death penalty states have quietly carried on with executions by turning to pentobarbital, a powerful sedative that generally puts inmates to death swiftly and without complications.