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Officials are tightening security for airline and airport employees at Sea-Tac Airport
The House's budget chair says Washington lawmakers will not finish their work by Sunday's deadline
Mutchler has been endorsed by current mayor Gary Jensen
Work expected to take about 3 months
Unemployment rate dropped to 5.9 percent in March
Local jobless rate falls in March
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.
The average gram of marijuana in the state's system sells for about $12. That's down from a $30 average.
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.
Bellingham-area runners had strong times at this year’s Boston Marathon.
One of the worst… if not the very worst… Mount Baker Ski season has come to a close.
Shuksan, Northern Heights, Lowell and Sehome are getting new principals.
Serena Tyran ran the Fun with the Fuzz 5k in 18:08
Will talk with state lawmakers about improving exporting, e-commerce
KGMI News Reporting By Karen Taylor BELLINGHAM, Wash. — In the marijuana world, April 20 is a big deal. As…
Protesters in Whatcom County and around the world will demonstrate against two proposed international trade deals tomorrow (Saturday).
A semi-truck carrying millions of honeybees to a Lynden berry farm overturned on I-5 north of Seattle today (Friday).
No school in Bellingham, Ferndale and several other districts around the state next Friday.
A Bellingham school bus was rear-ended this (Friday) morning at the corner of Yew and Texas Streets.
Report of armed person prompts school lockdown