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Jeff Hegedus with the Whatcom County Health Dept. describes how the women discovered their home was contaminated with meth after experiencing health problems.
Beer Institute president Joe McClain says the foamy beverage now generates a large amount of economic activity and creates many jobs.
Ron Buchinski with the Lighthouse Mission tells KGMI how winter can be especially hard for the homeless.
Tim Church with the state Department of Health says same-sex weddings made up 17 percent of marriages this past year.
Brian Rosenthal with the Seattle Times tells KGMI why the Alliance for Northwest Jobs and Exports fired spokesperson Lauri Hennessy.
David Quinlan with the BBB describes the top 12 scams that they continue to hear about every holiday season.
Fire Marshal Jason Napier tells KGMI what caused the fire on Utter St. in Bellingham that killed a 19-year-old man early Dec. 4.
WSDOT spokesperson Jeff Adams explains the 37-mile stretch of Highway 20 closes every winter because of heavy snow and avalanches.
Major James Lloyd with the Salvation Army talks about their fundraising goal this year and some of the challenges for bell ringers.
WSP spokesperson Bob Calkins tells KGMI their formerly-rigid list of disqualifiers scared away a lot of good candidates.