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Coast Guard rescues stranded sailor

KGMI News Reporting by Joe Teehan BELLINGHAM, Wash. – A Coast Guard helicopter crew hoisted a man to safety after…

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Dentist buys back Halloween candy for troops

Turn Halloween candy into cash for a cause

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Bottle blast injures bus driver at Redmond school

School closes after parking lot explosion

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Ebola cancels school trip

Tacoma school trip to Madagascar canceled

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Voters face gun rights and Senate majority decisions

Live Election coverage starts at 5:00 PM

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Police bust suspected child pornographer on Halloween

700 pictures of child porn found on man's computer

People dressed in the school colors of red and white cheer and wave as school buses carrying students on their return to Marysville-Pilchuck High School drive past Monday, Nov. 3, 2014, in Marysville, Wash. After the shock from the Oct. 24 shooting there that left four students dead, including the shooter, and two students still in a Seattle hospital, administrators and teachers hope to transition to a new routine. The day was scheduled to begin with a morning assembly. Lunch is in the gym because the cafeteria where the shooting took place remains closed.

Normal schedule resumes at Marysville-Pilchuck

Hundreds line street as students return after shooting

In this graphic provided by the Washington State Liquor Control Board, a logo that will be used for labeling legal marijuana produced in Washington state is shown. Officials released a preliminary draft of regulations for growing and selling legalized marijuana Thursday, May 16, 2013. Voters last November made Washington and Colorado the first states to legalize the sale of taxed marijuana to adults over 21 at state-licensed stores.

Judge: Liquor board broke open meetings law

Private marijuana meetings found unlawful

People dressed in the school colors of red and white cheer and wave as school buses carrying students on their return to Marysville-Pilchuck High School drive past Monday, Nov. 3, 2014, in Marysville, Wash. After the shock from the Oct. 24 shooting there that left four students dead, including the shooter, and two students still in a Seattle hospital, administrators and teachers hope to transition to a new routine. The day was scheduled to begin with a morning assembly. Lunch is in the gym because the cafeteria where the shooting took place remains closed.

Washington high school reopens after shooting

Waving well-wishers greeted students returning Monday to Marysville-Pilchuck High School following the Oct. 24 shooting.

Vote Election

Where to drop your ballot in Whatcom County

If you're voting by mail, make sure your ballot is postmarked by Tuesday, Nov. 4. If you're not mailing it in, we have a list of drop box locations throughout the county.

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Lewis-McChord airmen monitored, not quarantined

Air force taking precautions over Ebola

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Space tourism expected to move forward despite crash

Local astronaut says public deserves opportunity to go to space

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Police release recordings from school shooting

School shooting evacuation complicated by campus buildings

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GOP crosses party lines in state Senate race

Democrats target fellow Democrat

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Bellingham pot shop opens second location

Marijuana retailer expands

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No charges filed after man dies from beating, tasing

The Pierce County prosecutor's office won't file any charges in connection with the death of a man who died after he was beaten, Tasered and hog-tied by sheriff's deputies.

Part of a sign that reads "Cracked But Not Broken," is shown Monday, Oct. 27, 2014 at a growing memorial on a fence around Marysville Pilchuck High School in Marysville, Wash. On Friday, Oct. 24, student Jaylen R. Fryberg opened fire in the school cafeteria, killing two fellow students before taking his own life. A third student died Sunday night of her injuries. The school will be closed all week.

Classes at Marysville-Pilchuck High School to resume

After a week off because of the shooting that has left four dead and two wounded, students are scheduled to return to classes Monday at Marysville-Pilchuck High School.

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Lynden explosion hurts 3

Fire Chief: 3 workers taken to hospital after Lynden blast

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Poll: Voters support background check measure

Swing voters could decide gun measure

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