Monday – Friday from 8 – 9am
Dillon Honcoop talks with Eric Doherty, a planning expert from B.C., about his proposal to put a toll on the border that would collect money from B.C. residents who shop in the U.S.
City Council member Stan Snapp joins the show to discuss body cameras on Bellingham Police, and County Council member Sam Crawford talks about the newly-approved ambulance system.
Dillon talks with Whatcom County Undersheriff Jeff Parks about the Kendall-area man who was shot in his doorway, and discusses a possible strike by Amazon workers.
Dillon Honcoop and aviation industry insider Scott Hamilton talk about machinists union members getting a chance to vote on Boeing’s latest contract extension offer.
Dillon Honcoop talks about the budget deal in Washington D.C., and a controversial rule change that could stop rural landowners from drilling new water wells.
Host Dillon Honcoop talks with the lead author of a study from WSU showing that organic milk is better for your health.
Host Dillon Honcoop discusses the criticism over President Obama’s handshake with Raoul Castro of Cuba at the Nelson Mandela memorial in South Africa.
State Senator Doug Ericksen from Ferndale talks about his heated exchange at a climate change discussion in Olympia, and Ashley Hill from C-SPAN talks about why they have a crew in Bellingham this week.
Host Dillon Honcoop talks with meteorologist Rufus Lalone about the changing weather outlook, and invites local a cappella singing group Chief of Staff onto the show.
Dillon Honcoop talks about the fast food workers walking off the job in cities around the country today demanding a $15 minimum wage. Do fast food workers deserve to be paid more?