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.
Haines Fay worked with these men over the course of his 48 years at KGMI
A legendary local broadcaster who worked at KGMI for a long time dies, the President is easing sanctions on Cuba, and a new Lynden retail center is still not happening.
Bird flu makes its way into Whatcom County, gas prices around the country are dropping dramatically, and the ex-marine wanted in the killing of six people in Pennsylvania is dead.
Whatcom County has a new Superior Court judge, state auditors say more needs to be done to protect against cyber attacks, and an anonymous veteran angered by a burglary at a church pays for the repairs.
Extreme winter weather slams Northwest Washington, and the storm trouble isn’t over.
A local man hurt in a large crash on Hannegan died, and a Puget Sound orca found dead had a full term baby in its belly.
A shooting outside a Portland high school injures four, we talk the big football games coming up, and our Beer of the Week is really two beers.
The state is considering a pay-by-the-mile gas tax, we hear about the 12 scams of Christmas, and the CIA director speaks out against the torture report.
Crazy weather continues to pelt western Washington with wind and rain, the U-S says it’ll be a year before Syrian fighters are ready to take on ISIS, and the Consumerman has some things to consider when thinking about getting that store credit card.
Tracy broadcasts live from the Cigar Lounge at the Silver Reef Casino, we hear about the top football games this weekend, and Rolling Stone is apologizing for its University of Virginia rape story.