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Tracy Ellis and Peter Wagner bring you the latest news and the most compelling interviews of the day with the people behind the stories.
If you commit a crime in Washington, you may have to pay a fine that could leave you in perpetual debt. Also, Joint Base Lewis McChord will become a noisy neighbor
Sophia Milstead’s close friend has a special request
Mike Jenkins talked with Your Afternoon Show about why he thinks Walter Palmer, the dentist who killed Cecil the lion, was killed, not hunted
With Boston out of the picture for the 2024 Summer Olympic Games, we thought now would be the moment to pitch Whatcom County
We had a bit of rain over the weekend, but it wasn’t enough to wash away fire fears, a Bellingham man is airlifted out of the North Cascades, and we have a bunch of reasons Bellingham should host the 2024 Summer Olympics (now that Boston bowed out)
A truck carrying hay bursts into flames just south of Bellingham, and Customs and Border Protection responds to claims they’ve used dubious methods to question an attorney at the border.
TOP STORIES: The coroner says the step-grandparents of the 16-year-old who survived a small plane crash in the Cascades didn’t suffer long, there’s a major ruling for workers at Sakuma Brothers Farms, and a prison inmate who hid a murder victim may have stomped another inmate to death
The 16-year-old Sehome High Student on a plane that never made it to Lynden emerges from the woods alive, we talk with the Civil Air Patrol about the search efforts and how they’re working to locate the plane and the two other occupants.
Most of the fires burning in Whatcom County over the weekend are out, a beanbag and a taser stopped a man throwing a knife at a Bellingham fast food restaurant, and the end of ownership is foretold by an International Business Times reporter
A wildfire burns near Lake Whatcom, we have an update. And smokey skies are expected to stick around through the week.