Weekday afternoons from 5 – 6pm
Tracy Ellis and Peter Wagner bring you the latest news and the most compelling interviews of the day with the people behind the stories.
A massive wildfire continues to burn in Wenatchee, and we hear from a friend of the show on the ground near the fires, hospital employees have access to plenty of drugs, but what happens when they start to sneak them? A Newsweek reporter breaks it down, plus: CNN mistakes an…adult themed flag for an ISIS flag.
A shooting in Everson sends one man to the hospital, we hear from Bellingham’s mayor and a county councilman after a vote to move forward on the jail without the city, and we talk “sustainable travel” with IBT writer Ismat Mangla.
The County Executive has three options for what to do about the jail, the possible removal of the Confederate flag from some southern statehouses causes a stir (and you let us know how you felt), and Donald Trump may be more than a punchline, says Newsweek Politics Editor Matthew Cooper.
A woman injured on the Arctic Challenger is now suing the Shell Oil company, summer road construction heats up, Tracy goes off on the U.S. Open (and manages to get a few blocks on Twitter out of it), and Peter laments the death of his favorite TV show.
Several jail workers are out in Island County after a death that could have been preventable, a man in Lakewood is accused of burning a child with a lighter, and a gas line explosion in Bellevue sends two people to the hospital
Bellingham’s mayor speaks out about the Whatcom County jail controversy, the back and forth over the GPT project continues unabated, a Newsweek writer declares “The Bro” dead, and Consumerman Herb Weisbaum warns us about the latest phone scams.
This week, Kimball tells us about the accidental-airplane-back scratcher, a father who was none too pleased about buried spiders, and a broken heart needs to offload a specialty anime painting
A prostitution sting in Bellingham catches a half dozen men, Kimball goes on Craigslist, and when you think of asteroid defense, think “Armageddon” and you’re not too far off.
The head of the Spokane branch of the NAACP resigns in the heat of a major scandal, and a man hides out in a home after running away from Ferndale police.
Through tears and a voice worn down by grief, Dr. Linda Quinn spoke with us on PM Bellingahm tonight.