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The NBA Commissioner says Clippers owner Donald Sterling is banned for life for making racist remarks, Sports Director Doug Lange gives us his take on the ban, and Gov. Jay Inslee signs an executive order to investigate reducing carbon pollution.
Investor Warren Buffet talks about the shrinking middle class in the U.S., a longtime Lynden Police Officer is accused of possessing child pornography, and Hallie Hennigen with the Max Higbee Center offers a preview of April Brews Day.
Senator Patty Murray visits Whatcom Community College to talk about the challenges facing student veterans, a summit for women coaches around the country is being held in Whatcom County this weekend, a Bellingham native releases her first book, and a reporter says Mariners ticket prices are too high.
Bellingham is ranked the 6th most up-and-coming city in Washington, a new report shows home sales in March were down, and WWU political science professor Todd Donovan says the Republican Party is changing its mind about gay marriage.
President Barack Obama speaks from the site of the Oso Mudslide, Netflix announces a price increase for new subscribers, and a Gonzaga law professor and WWU alum talks about the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision on using race as a factor in college admissions.
A Whatcom County man talks about running in the Boston Marathon one year after the bombing, the CEO of the YMCA of Whatcom County says a new ‘Y’ facility is coming to Sudden Valley, and host of “This American Life” Ira Glass says he’s coming to Bellingham May 3rd.
Pastor Bob Marvel from Cornwall Church in Bellingham talks about the true meaning of Easter, WWU President Bruce Sheppard explains his recent comments about race and enrollment, and Bellingham lawmakers will once again talk about landlord licensing on Monday.
A local doctor reacts to the latest Obamacare enrollment numbers, Western Washington University’s Small Business Center marks its 30th anniversary, and mytrafficman.net explains how police can tell if you’re driving on your cell phone.
WWU president Bruce Sheppard says the university needs to shrink its percentage of white students, talk show host Lars Larson reacts to Sheppard’s comments, and an apartment building for homeless people is going up in downtown Bellingham.
A Bellingham resident describes being at the Boston Marathon during last year’s bombing, former Bellingham mayor Dan Pike speaks out against the new Whatcom County jail, and ABC interviews the owner of a coal mine where 29 workers died.