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DUI possible in car crash with school bus

Ferndale man in critical condition


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


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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‘Pan’ taps origins of Peter Pan’s 100-year pop culture adventure


In the century since Scottish author J.M. Barrie created Peter Pan for a stage play then a book, the Neverland universe has inspired movies, books, TV shows, plays, video games and even a pop psychology syndrome describing emotionally immature men.

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‘Like’ it or not, changes are coming to Facebook


The social network is launching a pilot test of "Reactions," which will allow users to express a range of emotions including love, happiness, anger, and sadness.

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ALDS begin today: Rangers/Blue Jays start it off on KPUG


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The "Matrix" star says a script for the third installment of the "excellent" time-traveling franchise is in the works.

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Volkswagen CEO faces tough questions in congressional hearing


Volkswagen's cheating on emissions with the use of software in diesel cars was not a corporate decision, but something that "individuals did," its U.S. chief executive says.