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A Bellingham pilot program aims to help parents learn about the benefits of vaccines with education, not confrontation.
Whole Foods Market announced today that it will be opening its first location in Whatcom County.
People who use drones to commit crime could get more time
A bill that helps clear the way for Washington State University to start a medical school in Spokane has passed a state House committee
A state ethics board has given a preliminary approval for officials in Pierce County to give some lawmakers free tickets to the U.S. Open
State lawmakers are considering two bills aimed at regaining the state's waiver from some parts of the federal No Child Left Behind law.
Local school districts and fire districts are celebrating today
Mudslides are cancelling passenger train service between Seattle and Vancouver B.C.
Scammers targeting online daters looking for love
City, Costco, Fred Meyer come to agreement on roads
School resumes normal operations after "precautionary" lockdown
Survives abandonment, homelessness and horrible abuse
Washington lawmakers are considering proposals to exempt police, military personnel and security guards from a new law that requires background checks on gun transfers.
A mild winter is wreaking havoc with the mountain snowpack that is supposed to provide water during dry summer months.
West Coast seaports fully reopened this morning after two days during which no ships were unloaded amid a labor dispute between dockworkers and their employers.
Whether or not voters should have to read about the potential cost of initiatives on their ballots is up for debate before a Senate Committee.
The story of fraudulent TurboTax returns KGMI first brought you last week is now making national news.
Retailers may take the worst hit
Open carry advocates rally at state capitol
Religious partnerships stalls WSU's medical school in Legislature