Crushed cars fall into water: Well, at least they weren’t new. A number of crushed cars from Canada bound for a steel recycling outfit in Tacoma fell into the water when the barge they were on started to list Sunday. There were no fluids in the cars, thank goodness.
Dang windy out there: We warned you that the wind would be a-blowin’ this morning, and she sure is. At 6 a.m., the wind was blowing steady at 16 mph with gusts to 25 mph, although TV is reporting gusts to 50 mph. The wind should settle down to just 8 mph later today, says the National Weather Service.
Horse meat in Ikea meatballs: Have no fear. Ikea says that the Swedish meatballs sold in their stores in the U.S. do not have horse meat in them. That’s apparently not true for 13 countries in Europe … Would you eat food that has horse meat in it? Vote in our poll.
Native American murals: The murals at Wilson-Pacific school in Seattle could be gone because the school is scheduled for demolition. The school district thought it had a deal with the artist to take digital photos of the large murals and later reproduce them, but the artist now says the plan is a no-go.
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