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2 weeks ago

Memorial fund for man killed in avalanche

Mark Panthen’s body was recovered today. The 36 year old lived in Bellingham.

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2 weeks ago

Violent crash on Haxton Way sends Bellingham woman to the hospital

A violent high speed crash on Haxton Way sends a Bellingham woman to the hospital.

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2 weeks ago

Seahawks fullback Derrick Coleman faces hit-and-run and vehicular assault charges

Police are recommending hit-and-run and vehicular assault charges against Seahawks Fullback Derrick Coleman

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2 weeks ago

Bellingham looks at new jailing options and services

With overcrowding at the Whatcom County jail, the city of Bellingham is looking at options other than incarceration.

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2 weeks ago

Lynden man charged with assaulting Border Patrol officers sentenced

The U.S. Attorney in Seattle says Wayne Groen sped his truck at Border Patrol agents who were working near his home last July, trying to hurt them

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2 weeks ago

Man found dead in Everett house fire

The Daily Herald reports the fire started at about 1:45 p.m. today.

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2 weeks ago

Judge to hear arguments on competency services case

U.S. District Judge Marsha Pechman ordered the state to provide competency services by Jan. 2, 2016.

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2 weeks ago

Lynwood library evacuated after woman brings in shotgun

Officers say the woman is known within the department and that they believe she may have mental health issues that led her to bring the shotgun to the library.

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2 weeks ago

House passes plan for fixing the system that funds education

The bill would set up a new education funding task force to find a compromise that would end the state's over reliance on local school levies to pay for basic education.

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Attorney General ask court to penalize Grocery Manufacturers Association

Ferguson sued the group in October 2013, alleging it collected more than $11 million from its members and used them to oppose Initiative 522, without disclosing the true source of the contributions.

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2 weeks ago

House passes bill that would cut high school science test

Lawmakers say the changes to the testing system would save the state millions of dollars.

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2 weeks ago

Senator allegedly harasses sex trafficking victims and is removed from task force

Those who attended the meeting said that Roach made the victims feel "vilified and mocked."

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2 weeks ago

Mount Baker avalanche kills one, injures a second

The Northwest Avalanche Center says this is the second avalanche death in Washington in the past four weeks, and the seventh in the U.S. in the last week.

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Five out of 77 priests and clergy members convicted of child sex crimes

And some cases go back decades, before court records can be readily found.

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A state legislator’s history with the Air National Guard is questioned

The changes happened after a newspaper raised questions about medals he claimed to have won.

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2 weeks ago

Bellingham woman dies in fatal crash, 2 more in hospital

Drugs and/or alcohol are believed to be a factor.

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Senator: force WA schools to teach cursive

Auburn Republican tells media cursive is "part of being American".

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2 weeks ago

New bill looks to give State Patrol a raise

KGMI News BELLINGHAM, WASH. —  A new bill in the state senate would give the State Patrol a raise. It…

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2 weeks ago

Haggen and Albertsons reach settlement

KGMI News BELLINGHAM, WASH. —  Albertsons will pay just under six million to settle a lawsuit that sought up to…

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2 weeks ago

Hiker suffers serious injuries in fall near Glacier

Firefighters rescued her, after she slipped and fell more than fifty-feet.

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