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Religious partnerships stalls WSU's medical school in Legislature
BNSF to upgrade Washington tracks
Family asks lawmakers to expand Involuntary Treatment Act
Prostitutes wouldn't be the only ones punished under a new bill
Now may be a good time to buy a Powerball ticket
Rail traffic suspended between Seattle and Everett
The victims of recent state floods can get help
The new Sunset Square Safeway store finally opens today.
The good economic news continues for the Bellingham-area.
The Army Corps of Engineers isn’t ready yet to kill the Gateway Pacific Coal Terminal project.
As measles continues to spread, new legislation in Olympia would not allow “personal beliefs” to be a reason to not vaccinate a child.
The family of a Seahawks fan who died after the Super Bowl says he would have enjoyed the dig at the team they put in the last line of his obituary
Three missing children at the center of a Bellingham child welfare case have been found with their parents in California.
Washington state lawmakers are considering whether to outlaw keeping whales and dolphins captive for entertainment, even if the marine mammal was bred in captivity.
The Washington health exchange is 81,000 short of its goal for signing people up for insurance this year.
You must ask for a ballot to vote in special environmental election
Personal beliefs may soon not be enough to not vaccinate your chlidren
The Bellingham family on the run from state child protective services has been spotted in California.
From groceries to farm supplies… the former Cost Cutter building in Lynden will soon have a new tenant.
A Ferndale company known for its healthy pet products is also being recognized for its healthy employees.