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Coast guard rescues distressed diver

Bellingham crew assists in water rescue

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Tickets issued in Mount Baker Highway crash

Two taken to hospital in highway crash

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Early draw-down for Lake Whatcom

Annual lake lowering coming early

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Hard landing closes Bellingham Airport

Fed investigate rough plane landing

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Big fence to protect Skagit farm from elk herd

Electric fence aims to shock elk away

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Child reading program seeking volunteers

Opportunity to help kids learn to read

bank dollars

Tom Steyer gives $1 million to political committee

Out of state money could influence state elections

ocean waves

Study links changing winds to warming in Pacific

Report: Ocean temps wind-made not man-made

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Assisted living center steps up as PeaceHealth program ends

New option for seniors as dementia program ends

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City plans to condemn Aloha Inn

The City of Bellingham will work to condemn the Aloha Inn on Samish Way.

road work ahead

I-5 lane closures this week

Traffic down to one lane North of Slater Rd.

42nd District candidates Sen. Doug Ericksen and Seth Fleetwood debate.

Billionaire may target Sen. Ericksen’s campaign

Climate Change debate enters 42nd District Senate race

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Investigators find source of boat manufacturer fire

Fire at Northwest Marine an accident

In this photo taken Oct. 23, 2012, a Border Patrol vehicle approaches train tracks that run through a wooded area near the site of a proposed coal exporting terminal Tuesday, Oct. 23, 2012, in Ferndale, Wash., near Bellingham, Wash. The progressive college town of Bellingham is at the center of one of the fiercest environmental debates in the region: should the Northwest become a hub for exporting U.S. coal to Asia? A proposal to build one of as many as five coal terminals here has divided the town, pitting union and businesses that welcome jobs against environmentalists who worry about coal dust and greenhouse gas emissions. A trade group is running TV ads touting the projects, while numerous cities such as Seattle and Portland are opposing coal trains through their communities.

Border Patrol wearing cameras

More police testing body cameras

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Boyfriend suspected in Maple Falls death

Maple Falls woman's death appears suspicious

molly the corgi

Man accused of shooting dog out on bail

Owners of killed dog turn to Facebook

parking meter

City to vote on increasing parking fines

Parking meter violations could double

Marijuana

Friends open outdoor grow operation near Everson

Local growers call their pot truly organic

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WWU Golf: Women 2nd at Sonoma St. Men 8th at CSUMB Invitational

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Viking women place second at Sonoma State Invitational. Vikings’ Jenn Paul ties for third in medalist play. WWU Men 8th at CSUMB Invitational. Western’s Hatch ties for 11th, Schrader ties for 13th in medalist play.

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Exorcise caution when shopping this Halloween season

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Some common sense can save you a big headache this Halloween season.

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Troy Williams take all 1st team reps for UW

Washington quarterback Troy Williams drops to pass during the first session of NCAA college football practice before the upcoming fall season, Monday, Aug. 4, 2014, in Seattle.

According to Adam Jude from The Seattle Times UW redshirt freshman quarterback, Troy Williams, took all the first teams snaps in practice.

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AP sources: Rice’s appeal hearing set for Nov. 5-6

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Two people familiar with the situation say a hearing on Ray Rice's appeal of his indefinite suspension will be held Nov. 5 and 6.