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DUI possible in car crash with school bus

Ferndale man in critical condition

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Man booked in second sexual abuse of a minor case

Used social media to connect with teenage victims

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Men posing as roofers scam and steal from elderly woman

Promised home repairs for cash only payment

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WIC funding guaranteed through October

USDA relocates funds for nutrition program

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Eight local housing projects to benefit from new fund

Bellingham Home Fund approved by voters last November

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Ecology proposes new wood stove burning regulations

Seeking comment on changes to Clean Air Plan

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WA health insurance finder doing better

Technical improvements made overnight

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School bus involved in serious Blaine crash

Students safe; driver, passenger in car seriously injured

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Fewer seasonal jobs expected in Bellingham

About 140 less than last year

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DelBene pushing new immigration reform bill

Says it will have Republican support

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in Entertainment

Today in entertainment history: April 21

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A look at the news making Hollywood headlines in years past.

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Mariners get Valbuena’d in loss to Astros

Houston Astros manager A.J. Hinch watches batting practice during a spring training baseball workout, Tuesday, March 3, 2015, in Kissimmee, Fla.

Valbuena hits two HR in Houston's 7-5 victory over Seattle

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Senator proposes bill to ticket slow left-lane drivers

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Going slower than the speed limit in a highway's fast lane could earn Washington drivers a speeding ticket under a bill pending in the state Senate.

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Marijuana prices drop by more than half since last summer

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The average gram of marijuana in the state's system sells for about $12. That's down from a $30 average.

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Allegiant pilots bring up safety concerns during contract talks

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Allegiant Airlines Pilots say mechanical problems with the airline’s fleet and a culture where profits come before safety have them concerned, but it’s not unusual for pilots to bring up safety issues during labor talks.