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.
Minimum wage will be going up New Year’s Day, how to get the most frequent flyer miles without flying, and the U.S. has its first case of Ebola.
We take a look back at the Mariners’ season, the man who made it into the White House made it…
A series of similar break-ins have police on the hunt for a suspect, a look at all the football games…
Time to start teaching your children about money as early as possible, Attorney General Eric Holder resigns, and our Wine of the Week comes from the Walla Walla region.
How to dig yourself out of a credit hole, more successful airstrikes on ISIS, and just because nearly everyone is mobile doesn’t mean desktop computers are dead.
We hear from both sides of the picket line as Peacehealth St. Joseph caregivers and supporters rally for quality care, when it’s appropriate to use your cell phone, and Rosh Hashanah is coming up – more on what the holiday means.
The Aloha Motel is condemned, a new study says winds are affecting the warming temperature in our region – not greenhouse gases, and how far is too far when it comes to disciplining your child.
A possible murder in Maple Falls… a suspect is in custody, Friday night football overview, and the NFL commissioner says he made a mistake with Ray Rice.
State Senator Doug Ericksen and his opponent Seth Fleetwood debate in Bellingham.
A local journalist has a frightening fun-in in the Samish Way neighborhood, the president is sending 3,000 troops to Africa to fight Ebola, and both state Senator Doug Ericksen and his challenger Seth Fleetwood react to stories on taxes and the environment.