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Invasive carp: If you can't beat ‘em, then eat ‘em

By JIM SUHR

American Heartland Fish Products is the latest to try carp-rendering, turning the invasive species into food — for humans or more likely livestock.



Pronto bike share sells memberships

By JOURNAL STAFF

Pronto Cycle Share said memberships in Seattle's bike share program are now available on the firm's website: www.prontocycleshare.com. The official launch is Oct. 13.


Californians rip out lawns to cope with long drought

By AMY TAXIN

Rick Blankenship was tired of an insatiable lawn he couldn't keep green, no matter how he watered it, so he decided to tear it out.


Cleanup begins after rocket explodes

A military safety team will clean up unexploded rocket fuel and other potentially dangerous debris at the Kodiak Launch Complex following an explosion Monday of a rocket carrying an experimental Army strike weapon.


Tesla plans 6-bay charging station

Tesla Motors Inc. is building a supercharger station in the Sierra Nevada north of Lake Tahoe where drivers of the company's electric cars can recharge along Interstate 80, a newspaper says.


Stillaguamish tribe gets a reservation

Twenty-eight years after beginning the process, the Stillaguamish Tribe finally has a reservation.


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A Tacoma shipping company installed rain gardens three years ago to control stormwater runoff. Today, the gardens are a model for other businesses.


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