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Ferndale Police arrest home invasion suspects

Both men have criminal records


A musical instrument drive and fundraiser takes place tomorrow

Music Moves Me happens tomorrow (Saturday) at Boundary Bay from 11 to 4.


Motorcycle driver tries to beat train, knocked to ground

PUYALLUP, Wash. (AP) — A Puyallup police captain says a motorcyclist is a very, very lucky man. But the passengers…


Washington congressional members offer Olympic Peninsula act

Washington Senator Patty Murray and Representative Derek Kilmer have introduced the Wild Olympics Wilderness and Wild and Scenic Rivers Act.

A sidewalk outside the Legislative building is bustling with people on the first day of the 2014 session of the Washington state Legislature, Monday, Jan. 13, 2014, at the Capitol in Olympia, Wash.

Budget negotiations in governor’s office enter 4th day

Budget negotiators in Washington state are continuing to meet daily in Gov. Jay Inslee's office as they hash out their differences on a new two-year state operating budget.

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Washington health insurance prices to go down for some

Some states are expecting double-digit increases in individual health care insurance premiums next year.


Pierce County man sentenced to life at 14 on way out

A Pierce County man who was sentenced to life in prison at age 14 after killing a Steilacoom marina owner will be eligible for parole in February.

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Police: Body found inside Bothell home after suspicious fire

Police say a body has been found inside a Bothell home after a fire overnight.

Governor Jay Inslee

Inslee announces subcabinet on military downsizing

Gov. Jay Inslee has announced the formation of new state group to address possible personnel cuts at Joint Base Lewis-McChord.

A line of fire snakes along a hillside at dusk Friday, July 18, 2014, in Winthrop, Wash. A fire racing through rural north-central Washington destroyed about 100 homes, leaving behind smoldering rubble, solitary brick chimneys and burned-out automobiles as it blackened hundreds of square miles. Friday's dawn revealed dramatic devastation, with the Okanagan County town of Pateros, home to 650 people, hit especially hard.

Washington wildfire outlook: above normal starting in July

The latest wildfire forecast calls for above-normal wildfire danger in Washington from July through September.


Search on for overdue hiker near Leavenworth

A Chelan County sheriff's spokesman says searchers have been looking along the Icicle River near Leavenworth for a 46-year-old woman overdue on a day hike with her dog.


Verdict in Seattle officer slaying trial to be read Friday

King County court officials say a murder trial verdict will be read Friday in the case of a man charged with killing a Seattle police officer on Halloween night in 2009.


Four Set for 108 mile run, hike, climb to summit of Mount Baker and back

Last year’s team of 3 completed the trek run in just over 48 hours. This year’s team hopes to beat that.


New president of Bellingham Technical College announced

Dr. Kimberly Perry will take over for the retiring Dr. Patricia McKeown

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Fair warning: Bellingham Naked Bike Ride is tomorrow night

Ride is about promoting a positive body image, calling awareness to vulnerability of bicyclists


Local bike drive makes a difference for African children

African Bike Drive is this Saturday from 9-1 at Unity Center in Bellingham

CORRECTS FROM CHIARA ROSE TO CHIARA D’ANGELO-In this Friday, May 22, 2015 photo provided by Reese Semanko, a woman identified as Chiara D’Angelo has suspended herself in a climbing harness from the anchor chain of the Royal Dutch Shell support ship Arctic Challenger in the harbor at Bellingham, Wash. Rob Lewis, spokesman for protest organizers Rising Tide Bellingham, said she was protesting Shell's plan for Arctic drilling. The Coast Guard said it has no plans to remove her but has impounded the activists' support vessels. The ship isn't scheduled to leave the port for several days.

‘Arctic Challenger’ protesters cited by Coast Guard, face possible fine

The Coast Guard says it’s citing four people involved in a protest of the ‘Arctic Challenger’ over Memorial Day weekend and could face a monetary penalty.


Newly released numbers show rise in whooping cough

Health officials say whooping cough is on the rise in Washington state.

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Police investigate arson, suspicious chemicals at school

Seattle police increased patrols around Nova High School.

In this photo taken Sept. 30, 2014, the U.S. Open Championship trophy is shown near the signature lone tree at Chambers Bay, the host course for the 2015 U.S. Open Championship in University Place, Wash.

County blocks media from lawmaker meetings at US Open

Presentation that lawmakers will attend in exchange for free admission to this month's U.S. Open golf championship will be closed to the media.

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