Two Washington tribes sign Boeing settlement agreement
The Suquamish Tribe and the Muckleshoot Tribe signed an agreement for Boeing to clean up and restore the Duwamish Waterway in Washington.

The tribes, the state and the federal government say Boeing is responsible for pollution in the waterway. Salmon runs have been affected.

Boeing denied wrongdoing but agreed to undertake two habitat restoration projects and to pay $2 million to settle the allegations.

Get the Story:
Boeing agrees to restore Duwamish fish, bird habitat (The Seattle Times 5/5)
Blog: Boeing Co. Duwamish 'Habitat Restoration' Wasn't Exactly a Random Act of Kindness (The Seattle Weekly 5/5)
Boeing agrees to restore Duwamish River habitat (AP 5/4)
Press Release: Boeing Announces Duwamish Waterway Environmental Cleanup and Habitat Restoration (Boeing 5/4)