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Bellingham Police say paving scammers are targeting local businesses, we talk with the organizers of a golf tournament who want to bring back WWU football, and Whatcom County photographer Mark Turner talks about his new field guide: Trees and Shrubs of the Pacific Northwest.
Whatcom County Fire District 7 Chief Gary Russell talks about the new county-wide Emergency Medical Service plan, two prospective owners of a recreational marijuana shop in Bellingham say they’re prepared to open on July 8th, and a local restaurant is selling a special beer to help find a cure for lung cancer.
KGMI’s Joe Teehan talks with the author of a book on the fight to end Orca hunting, KGMI’s Crystal King talks with the author of a book about human trafficking in the U.S., and ABC warns us about an online summer vacation scam.
Local economist Hart Hodges offers his modest outlook for Whatcom County’s economy, the State Employment Security Dept. says wages in Washington grew last year, and the owner of 12th Street Shoes tells us about Girls Night Out Fairhaven benefiting the St. Joseph’s Cancer Research Center.
A local family is doing something charitable every month to memorialize their daughter, the WA Health Dept. explains why our state has high rates of skin cancer, and Consumer Expert Herb Weisbaum talks about the surprising results of a customer service survey.
A helicopter crew member talks about rescuing one lucky hiker in the North Cascades, an expert breaks down Whatcom County’s unemployment numbers for May, and local libraries are offering free Microsoft computer courses online.
Bellingham police explain a bizarre fire investigation at a local apartment complex, a couple of former NFL players rescue a man and two kids from the Nooksack River, and the American Cancer Society says the 2014 North Whatcom Relay For Life was a big success.
KGMI’s Tracy Ellis and Dillon Honcoop are at the NW Wash. Fairgrounds for the North Whatcom Relay for Life, a local company defends itself against a controversial environmental report, ABC looks into a wedding scam that cost couples thousands of dollars.
A controversial environmental group is accusing polluters of using state waterways as dumping grounds, KGMI’s Tracy Ellis talks with a cancer survivor ahead of the North Whatcom Relay for Life this weekend, and KAFE’s Scotty VanDryver tells us how Relay for Life works.
A local doctor plans to tell the FDA to ban a surgical tool used for a common gynecological procedure, the Washington Redskins lose the rights to their trademark, and ABC reports on a doctor suspected of killing his fifth wife.