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The Whatcom County Health Dept. talks about the importance of flu shots and the myth of the “stomach flu,” new numbers show Whatcom County didn’t create as many jobs last month as originally thought, and the new president of the Bellingham/Whatcom Chamber of Commerce drops by to talk about the local business climate.
Western Washington University is banning the sale of plastic water bottles, the Northwest Clean Air Agency has new information on pollution from trains, and host Tracy Ellis talks with an expert about his weight-loss program.
A former Bellingham woman sues DHSH for not protecting her as a child, a WWU professor talks about the growing problem of cyber-bullying, and ABC takes a look at the real-life trial of a reality TV star.
The Northwest Washington Fair is bringing in some big music acts this year, ABC takes a look at a radical treatment for a toddler born unable to hear, and a new show is coming to the Mount Baker Theatre.
Bellingham Police talk about some scams they are hearing about and how to avoid them, NBC’s Herb Weisbaum talks about why some people fall for scams, and Western Washington University wants to help businesses export to Latin American markets.
A new study shows the real dangers coal trains would pose for Whatcom County, Radio Real Estate host Mike Kent explains why local home prices are up, and ABC talks about a new drug sweeping the nation that’s legal in some states.
The Washington Tourism Alliance explains a new bill that would study new ways for the state to spend on tourism, ABC explains why Jennifer Lawrence is so popular, and two local women are working to keep the Whatcom County Women’s division of the Ski To Sea Race alive.
Meteorologist Larry Rice talks about the possibility of more snow coming to Whatcom County, it’s time for high school basketball playoffs, and a former DEA chief talks about Washington’s legalization of pot.
The director of the Whatcom Homeless Service Center talks about local and statewide efforts to combat homelessness, Bellingham Police are looking for tips about a shooting in the Sunnyland neighborhood, and an organizer tells us what to expect at this weekend’s Whatcom County Home and Garden Show.
Local food banks see a rise in demand after Congress cut Food Stamps, the ConsumerMan Herb Weisbaum says more banks are willing to refinance your student loans, and “Son of God” comes to a theater near you.