Podcasts: PM Bellingham

PM Bellingham

PM Bellingham

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.

Have an idea for a story we should tell? Email Peter or Tracy or follow them on Twitter!

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PM Bellingham 10/15/14

The president talks Ebola, the father of a shooting victim talks about his experience, and scammers are still trying to get you through the mail.

President Barack Obama in Brooklyn

PM Bellingham 10/14/14

A bank robbery ends with a quick and easy arrest, the nurse’s union talks about Ebola preparedness in our area, and the President calls on the world to help fight Ebola.

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PM Bellingham 10/13/14

Background check initiatives lose some ground in a new poll, the Feed the Need Food Drive kicks off, and get the most out of your day in just three steps.

Boundary Bay Brewery

P.M. Bellingham for 10/10/14

A new national monument has protesters angry, and same-sex couples can marry in two more states. PeaceHealth St. Joseph Hospital is ready if there is ever an Ebola patient. Also, credit scores can impact just about every aspect of your life.

pouring wine

PM Bellingham 10/9/14

A man distraught over his cat’s death attacks vet employees, a former Whatcom County corrections deputy is jailed for trying to sexually exploit children, and our Wine of the Week focuses on red table wines.

hospital

PM Bellingham for 10/8/14

Details on the U.S. response to Ebola, an AT&T settlement, and more.

Marijuana

PM Bellingham 10/7/14

Police ID the men killed in a Highway 9 crash, pot businesses are now allowed in Ferndale, and boaters in Bellingham Bay are overstaying their welcome and breaking the law.

pregnant woman

PM Bellingham 10/6/14

Real estate numbers are out, the first ever womb transplant allows a woman to have a baby, and the president isn’t happy with other countries’ response to Ebola.

Hazardous material cleaners prepare to hang black plastic outside the apartment in Dallas, Friday, Oct. 3, 2014, where Thomas Eric Duncan, the Ebola patient who traveled from Liberia to Dallas stayed last week. The crew is expected to remove items including towels and bed sheets used by Duncan, who is being treated at an isolation unit at a Dallas hospital. The family living there has been confined under armed guard while being monitored by health officials.

PM Bellingham 10/3/14

A look at threats from Ebola and ISIS, it’s football Friday – we take a look at what’s happening, and our Beer of the Week.

High Speed Chase Photo

PM Bellingham 10/2/14

A suspect is in custody after a high speed chase on I-5 in Ferndale, you better already have your plans booked if you want to travel this holiday season, and our Wine of the Week.

Recent Headlines

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Despite misconduct, prosecutors rarely face discipline

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MARTHA BELLISLE, Associated Press SEATTLE (AP) — Prosecutors in Washington and elsewhere whose conduct causes cases to be thrown out…

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Army to test rockets at Joint Base Lewis-McChord

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The Army is looking to conduct a test to determine whether soldiers can fire rockets at a Joint Base Lewis-McChord training area.

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Central Washington wildfire grows to 25 square miles

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A lightning-caused fire in Central Washington has burned 25 square miles near Lake Chelan, and officials are concerned more thunderstorms could be on the way.

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Wash. governor praises Obama’s plan to cut emissions

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Governor Jay Inslee has praised President Barack Obama's plan to limit greenhouses gas emissions from U.S. power plants.

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Whatcom retailers see sales growth in first quarter

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Overall retail sales were up nearly 5-and-a-half percent compared to the first three months of last year.