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BNSF taking extra precautions at traffic crossing, truck crash site

Truck crashes into crossing ending Police chase

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WSP ‘tweeting’ in real time

Follow event at #daywithwsp on Twitter

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Bomb threat disrupts Port Townsend ferry service

Threat received via text message

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Man accused of abuse takes stand at trial

Death of 13 year-old adoptive daughter Hana Williams

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Free-roaming cats now outlawed in Edmonds

Supporters say cats invite health hazards

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High speed police chase ends in fiery crash

Man crashes into railroad crossing near Sumas

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Man wounded in shootout with police

Sheriff and Police Chief calling shooting attempted murder

Sheriff’s Department settles dispute over handcuffing deaf man

Changes arrest policy and communication efforts

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Bellingham School District optimistic over test scores

Eighty-eight percent of Bellingham students pass requirement

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Bellingham working on deal with Lynden, PUD

Keeping Lake Whatcom from dropping too low

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Castellanos has 4 RBIs, Tigers win 12-5

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Nick Castellanos hit a home run and drove in four runs to lead a 19-hit outburst from the Detroit Tigers in a 12-5 win over the Seattle Mariners on Monday.

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The Bells take an early lead in the first inning and hold on to win 5-2 over the Cowlitz Black Bears

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The Bells take an early lead in the first inning and hold on to win 5-2 over the Cowlitz Black Bears tonight at Joe Martin Field in Bellingham.

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Whatcom Real Estate market almost has hot as weather

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Second quarter saw home sales increase 28.4%

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Bellingham council considers forcing employers to give paid sick leave

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If you get sick and can’t work, what happens? This may sound like the beginning of a commercial, but it’s actually something many Bellingham residents often have to think about.