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The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration is committing $88,000 to help Washington analyze a massive bloom of toxic algae off the coast that have closed some shellfish harvests.
A community leader credited with patrolling and protecting the streets of Seattle's International District for decades has been killed in a shooting.
The father of the Washington teenager who fatally shot four high school classmates and himself in October has pleaded not guilty in federal court to new firearms charges.
Crews fighting a wildfire in southeast Washington are working to prevent flames from reaching a watershed that provides drinking water for the city of Walla Walla.
Voters in Port Angeles likely will decide in November whether the city should stop adding fluoride to the city's water system after doing so for nearly a decade.
The truck that struck the Nooksack River bridge on I-5 Wednesday night should not have been driving on it with one lane blocked, said Washington State Patrol Trooper Mark Francis
It was the second time the appeals court reversed Leighton in the case
Woman who killed husband, toddler son will have mental state called into question
Robinson and his wife own Bellingham's Village Books.
But Mayor Kelli Linville say there's hope.
Charging papers: mother believed she "saved" family by killing them
Live music, local food and crafts... all coming to Commercial Street this September to make up a new outdoor market... a Friday night market.
Washington State Ferries is proposing an increase in fare. The proposal would raise the walk-on fare by a dime and by a quarter for drivers.
A new boat launch dock at Point Roberts has been damaged by weather and will need to be removed for repairs.
During this past school year, the BUFC sponsored a reading challenge at several Bellingham elementary schools.
Following last week's killing of four Marines and a sailor in Chattanooga, Tennessee, two citizens grabbed their AR-15 rifles, took personal days from work and stood guard in front of the Army recruiting office in Spanaway, Washington.
Washington state health officials are appealing a federal court order to pay $1.3 million in attorney's fees to lawyers of mentally ill defendants who sued the state for warehousing them in jails.
The annual July tally of endangered orcas is complete, and researchers have counted 81 whales, including four babies born since last winter.
The Canadian dollar dropped .47 of a cent and is now at 76.76 cents US
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service says a young cow whose carcass was found last week in central Washington was killed by a gray wolf.