Podcasts: Morning Show

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Morning Show

Monday – Friday from 8 – 9am

Abortion Protestors Anniversary

Morning Show 7/30/15

Why even local lawmakers are weighing in on the Planned Parenthood controversy

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Morning Show 7/29/15

Allegiant flight runs low on fuel, makes emergency landing at closed airport

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Morning Show 7/28/15

A local Boy Scout leader is pleased with yesterday’s decision to allow gay Scout leaders

Barbeque cooks in hot summer weather in back yard on lawn BBQ

Whatcom County may have ANOTHER heat wave on the way

Why this forecaster says you shouldn’t put your BBQ away just yet

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Morning Show 7/23/15

How could a local mother have planned for 2 days to kill her husband and toddler son?

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Morning Show 7/20/15

Sheriff: woman admitted to killing husband, infant son in Noon Rd. shooting

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The Morning Show 7/16/15

Mike Kent fills in and talks with the CEO of Bellingham-based Faithlife

Leland and Sharon Bowman of Marion, MT, stand next to their small plane in this undated photo.

The Morning Show 7/14/15

Mike Kent fills in for Dillon Honcoop and talks about the 16-year-old Bellingham girl who survived a plane crash

Recent Headlines

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New Costco approved with storm water mitigation facility

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Permits were approved for a new Costco on West Bakersview road. Costco will also be responsible for several environmental projects to balance the new developments as part of the approval.

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Chris Petersen speaks at Pac-12 media day, Dawgs also receive commit

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Washington head coach Chris Petersen takes questions at the 2014 Pac-12 NCAA college football media days at Paramount Studios in Los Angeles Thursday, July 24, 2014.

Petersen discussed the Huskies quarterback competition, the lack of seniors and returning to Boise State. California cornerback Kentrell Love is the eighth known commit for the 2016 class.

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DRIVE Act draws support from both parties

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The DRIVE Act drew support from both parties including Senator Patty Murray and will help improve our ferries, support new public transit, and make moving freight safer.

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Rats on the move in developing Lynden

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Rats are a growing concern in Lynden as new development has eliminated former habitats leaving many rats racing around town looking for a new home.

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New bill allows pharmacists to prescribe, treat, and bill insurance.

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Governor Jay Inslee signs a bill letting pharmacists treat patients, prescribe medication, and bill insurance companies for their time.