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AM Headlines -- 11.28.12

A Snake River sockeye is captured in Stanley, Idaho, for its genes after swimming more than 900 miles to reach its spawning grounds. A program to replenish the dwindling population of salmon in the river is working, but at a high cost. Lynda V. Mapes' Seattle Times story here. (Steve Ringman/Seattle Times/MCT)

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