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One week remains in special session

House and Senate still at odds over budget

cross border expo

Expo highlights cross border business

First annual Cross Border Expo in Ferndale

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Bellingham motorcyclist killed in crash

Crashed into a SUV on I-5

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Man charged with murder in deadly crash

Police chase ends in crash

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City Council to discuss full fireworks ban tonight

Would outlaw use and possession of all fireworks including sparklers

doctor visit

More kids getting vaccinated

Up over 4 percent from last year

DRILL

Whatcom Creek oil spill drill tomorrow

Crews practicing oil containment

Fallen trooper escorted during funeral procession

Hit by truck when directing Skagit River bridge detour traffic

Skagit bridge

Investigation of I-5 bridge collapse continues

WSDOT may seek compensation from trucking company

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Today in entertainment history: March 3

Fresh
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A look at today in entertainment history.

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After mild winter, Skagit Valley flowers blooming early

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Fields of yellow daffodils near La Conner are blooming already and Skagit Valley tulips could flower early too

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Higher Senate threshold for new taxes ruled unconstitutional

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Lt. Gov. rules that a Senate rule to make it harder to take action on new taxes is unconstitutional.

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Senate passes $15 billion transportation package

road work ahead

he Senate has approved a transportation package that includes an incremental gas tax increase

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Governor signs medal of valor bill for Oso rescuers

Tayler Drayton, 16, finishes painting words of support on a bus stop for those affected by a deadly mudslide nearly two weeks earlier nearby, Thursday, April 3, 2014, in Oso, Wash. More than a dozen people are listed as missing and 30 bodies have been found in debris from the March 22 landslide that broke off a steep hill, roared across the North Fork of the Stillaguamish River and buried a community at Oso, about 55 miles north of Seattle.

Gov. Jay Inslee has signed a bill to allow awarding the medal of valor to a group