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Uses videos of himself to help children learn
Over 50 miles of trails are possible
Washington high school students who participated in a statewide survey say marijuana is easy to get and they do not perceive any risk from smoking pot once or twice.
Halfway through the Washington Legislature's 105-day session some bills remain alive, while others are dead.
The annual Saint Patrick’s Day Parade is tomorrow (Saturday) in downtown Bellingham.
Longtime local environmental advocate Robyn du Pré has passed away.
A North Dakota loading facility is in trouble over a leaking oil car discovered in Whatcom County.
The state legislators who represent Whatcom County in Olympia are meeting with constituents Saturday.
Blaine goes to the birds this weekend.
A congresswoman from our state is fighting an Obama Administration proposal to charge Canadians a fee when they cross the border.
Washington is suing a ticket seller for taking orders for Super Bowl tickets and then telling customers at the last minute it could not fill those orders.
Warm temperatures in February have taken a toll on winter snowpack in the Cascade Mountains and other areas in the West.
A new organization is making some serious accusations about local law enforcement.
A lot of people outside Whatcom County and Washington State would like to see the Gateway Pacific Coal Terminal built.
The Miss Whatcom County for 2015 is a Senior at Western Washington University.
Call from the March 1st attack
Still need to count several thousand mail ballots
Only 57 percent of the parents knew legal age for recreational pot use
A teen arrested in connection with a series of groping attacks on trails near a Bellingham park was in a Whatcom County courtroom yesterday.
The jobless rate in Bellingham rose in January, but state labor experts say they’re encouraged that employment increased by more than 35-hundred jobs in the last 12 months.