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Starbucks Corp. CEO Howard Schultz welcomes attendees Wednesday, March 18, 2015 at the coffee company's annual shareholders meeting in Seattle.

Morning Show 3/18/15

Why Starbucks thinks coffee cups and sharpies can end racism in America

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Morning Show 3/17/15

How a local conservation board took Whatcom County’s political spotlight

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No snow = trouble for Ski to Sea race

How will they start the race without snow to ski or snowboard on?

Robert A. Durst's attorneys including Dick DeGuerin, second left, and William P. Gibbens, far right, leave Orleans Parish Criminal District Court in New Orleans, La. Monday, March 16, 2015, after a hearing for Durst's extradition to Los Angeles to face a 15-year-old murder charge. Durst is charged in the shooting death of Susan Berman, a mobster's daughter who acted as his spokeswoman.

Did HBO solve a case that the cops couldn’t?

Expert: TV doesn’t have to play by the same rules

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Morning Show 3/16/15

Whatcom County’s famous relay race is threatened by a serious lack of snow at Mt. Baker Ski Area

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Not all tribes are opposed to a Cherry Point coal terminal

Tribes other than Lummi Nation are asking for a seat at the table

FILE -- In this March 26, 2013 file photo, Republican state Sen. Doug Ericksen, left, and Democratic state Sen. Kevin Ranker listen to testimony from a climate change skeptic at a hearing in Olympia, Wash. Flush with cash from California billionaire Tom Steyer, a Washington state environmental group is backing candidates this November who they think can help Democratic Gov. Jay Inslee pass ambitious climate change legislation. The Washington Conservation Voters Action Fund has given about $345,000 to a newly formed group that has started running negative ads to unseat Ericksen, who has been a vocal critic of some Inslee ideas to curb carbon pollution.

Morning Show 3/11/15

Are Republicans now saying climate change is human caused?

Members of the Iran's Assembly of Experts attend their biannual meeting of the assembly in Tehran, Iran, Tuesday, March 10, 2015. Iran's most influential clerical body charged with choosing or dismissing the nation's supreme leader has elected a hard-line ayatollah as its new chairman, the official IRNA news agency reported on Tuesday. IRNA said Mohammad Yazdi, the deputy chairman of the 86-member Assembly of Experts, got 47 votes in his favor from among 73 clerics who attended the session.

Why Republicans sent a letter to Iran

The White House is outraged at the controversial move

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Morning Show 3/10/15

A Republican from Lynden thinks “revenge porn” should be illegal

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Morning Show 3/5/15

Should local government meetings open with prayer?

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