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U.S. Customs and Border Protection has ordered additional study as it considers whether to equip agents and officers with body cameras.
The funds would be used to launch four degree programs at WSU North Puget Sound.
The high court said it allowed Initiative 1366 on the ballot because opponents had not made a slam-dunk case that it was unconstitutional.
Critics say sonar can disrupt the ability of those mammals to forage for food and communicate with one another, while causing injuries at close distances.
It was a somber day in Whatcom County and across America as the nation paused to remember the sacrifice of veterans.
It’s estimated the auction brought in about five million dollars more than originally proposed.
The homeowners association board says a nearly 50-percent hike in dues is needed for basic maintenance, but property owners say they do not want to have to pay the higher dues.
14 yr. old driver faces charges after a group of kids took a car out and crashed it into a pole and a tree. A 10 yr. old passenger died and others were injured.
Woods Coffee plans to open a shop next year at the Tsawwassen Springs Golf Club.
Several events are taking place in Bellingham today to honor veterans on Veterans Day
The ban doesn’t just pertain to cigarettes, cigars and pipes – it also includes electronic vaping devices.
Chipotle says it's reopening the 43 restaurants it closed in the pacific northwest during the E. coli outbreak that sickened about 40 people.
Residents of Seattle, Everett and Tacoma are no longer being asked to reduce their water use.
A piece of Seattle history is coming down — or rather, 1 million little pieces.
Bankruptcy court filings show the company is now considering auctioning-off all of its locations.
The source for the e-coli outbreak related to Chipotle's closure is still unknown. The company’s pacific northwest restaurants could reopen later this week.
Schmidt was alive when he left the scene, but later died at the hospital. The state patrol is investigating.
The Timber industry and environmentalists don’t agree on an overhaul of guidelines for logging on unstable slopes.
Winds with gusts of 50 to 60 miles per hour are forecast to hit Whatcom County tonight through the rest of the workweek.
Machinists President Jon Holden says the company isn't doing enough to live up to its side of the bargain. Holden and other leaders of the unions representing thousands of Boeing workers want lawmakers to act.