Top News Stories with Steve & Amy May 24, 2016)
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Egyptian authorities have said they believe terrorism is a more likely explanation than equipment failure, and some aviation experts have said the erratic flight reported by the Greek defense minister suggests a bomb blast or a struggle in the cockpit. But so far no hard evidence has emerged.
Fitness Tracker’s Heart Rate Data ‘Highly Inaccurate,’ California State University researchers concluded that Fitbit’s PurePulse heart monitors miscalculates heart rates by up to 20 beats per minute after testing it on 43 adults.
Vandals illegally released an estimated 100,000 Chinook salmon from a netted rearing pen on Mayfield Lake. Lewis County investigators said several nylon straps holding up the net had been cut sometime between Saturday night and Sunday morning. The state raises this salmon and planned on transporting all of the fish in trucks later this week down the Cowlitz River. Using trucks prevents the salmon from having to get through the more dangerous and stressful Mayfield Dam. The fish released over the weekend will have a much harder time making it to the Pacific Ocean than the other penned salmon.
Well wishers are coming out of the woodwork to show support for Cal Pygott, the Bothel High School teacher who was attacked. Apparently he thought he was alone in the wood shop when he was hit from behind. He never got to see who the attacker was. Kids went back to school on Monday and many wore blue to show support to him. No arrests have been made.