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The Ferndale School District has a bond measure on the ballot as they deal with a broken boiler, and Whatcom County Council member Ken Mann discusses slaughterhouses and the proposed coal-shipping terminal.
Meteorologist Larry Rice tells us temperatures will soon warm up in the Bellingham area, a local woman’s side business becomes her full-time job thanks to GoDaddy, and ABC has the latest details on the death of actor Philip Seymour Hoffman.
A bill in the state legislature might lower taxes on hard liquor, Pass the Hat is helping a local family who lost their home in a fire, and the Mount Baker Ski Area tells us how they’re preparing for the Legendary Banked Slalom event.
KGMI’s Dillon Honcoop reports from today’s Seahawks parade in Seattle, Seahawks coach Pete Carroll thanks the 12th Man during a rally after the parade, and The ConsumerMan Herb Weisbaum warns us about some of the latest phone scams.
U.S. Senator Maria Cantwell says the Farm Bill approved by Congress will help Washington State, Bellingham Police arrest a man suspected in a recent string of bike thefts, and Seattle is holding a parade to celebrate the Seahawks’ Super Bowl victory.
Lynden’s Police Chief talks about a woman who’s accused of stealing from an adult care home where she worked, a Blaine man describes his trip to the Super Bowl, and a group of Denver Bronco fans react to their team’s loss to the Seahawks in the big game.
Sports Director Doug Lange discusses the Seahawks inevitable Super Bowl win, ABC talks with Macklemore about his recent success and struggles, and KGMI’s Joe Teehan talks with Greg Stone from JACK-FM in Denver about being a Broncos fan.
KGMI’s Legal Analyst breaks down the latest verdict in the Amanda Knox murder case, a Post Traumatic Stress Disorder specialist talks about a former marine accused of assaulting a man in his Bellingham home, and we have details on the Seahawks fan rally Friday at Civic Field.
Congresswoman Suzan DelBene talks about the Farm Bill that passed the U.S. House, TheConsumerman Herb Weisbaum says college textbooks cost too much, and journalist Ed Wink tells us how people in Indianapolis feel about Payton Manning being back in the Super Bowl.
The State Patrol says they’ll be looking out for drunk drivers on Super Bowl weekend, Judd & Black has tips on buying a TV for the big game, and ABC’s Jonathan Karl talks with the last survivors of Pearl Harbor.