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Majority of roads in Mount Baker-Snoqualimie National Forest to be closed

Forest Service asking for public input on which roads to keep

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WTA holding kid art bus display contest

Events at three area libraries

Graphic provided by BRAVO 369 Flight Foundation

Local pilots reenact secret WWII flight

Filmed for upcoming documentary

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State budget remains unresolved

Layoff notices will start being issued today

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Fire Department encourages fireworks safety ahead of holiday

Last year to light off fireworks in Bellingham

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Over 500 people relay for cancer

North Whatcom Relay For Life in Lynden

Photo provided by Washington State Department of Health

Bat rabies safety

Hard to tell if someone has been bitten

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Wrong-way driver causes crash on I-5

Drugs or alcohol was a factor

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Cruz homers in 5th straight game, Seattle beats Rockies 10-4

Seattle Mariners Nelson Cruz, left, leaves the game with manager Lloyd McClendon after suffering back spasms during an at bat against the Cleveland Indians during the fifth inning of a baseball game, Tuesday, June 9, 2015, in Cleveland.

Nelson Cruz homered for the fifth consecutive game, and the Seattle Mariners spoiled Jon Gray's major league debut with a 10-4 victory over the Colorado Rockies on Tuesday night.

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Bells Lose a Close One To Cowlitz

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The Bells dropped Game 1 of their final road trip of season 3-1 to the Cowlitz Black Bears

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Toxic algae blooming in warm water from California to Alaska

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One of the largest toxic algae blooms recorded off the West Coast is denser, more widespread and deeper than scientists feared even weeks ago.

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Skagit County 911 system struggles with understaffing

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Skagit County's 911 system is struggling with understaffing and forced overtime that can increase employee stress and burnout.