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.
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.
UW is criticizing a study released by a rival university, a Bellingham man shoots and kills a neighbor’s dog for barking too much, and GM is in even more trouble over their faulty ignition switches.
Charges for the teen accused of killing 6-year-old Jenise Wright, a look at some of the football games going on, and Beer Week is here.
The legislature is held in contempt over education funding, the President comments on the anniversary of the September 11th attacks, and our tasty Wine of the Week.
A 3-year-old Lynden girl dies from E. Coli, the cyber attack on Home Depot is turning out to be huge, and a new weapon to fight credit card fraud where it’s easiest for criminals to strike.
Police identify the man hit and killed by a car on Friday, a cyber attack hits Home Depot, and ever thought about a poly-amorous relationship? A new book is out to explore that option.
Tracy broadcasts live from Greek Fest, the president plans to take action on immigration reform, and our Beer of the Week.
The Seahawks play their season opener tonight, Joan Rivers died today, and our Wine of the Week looks at storing your wines, too.
How to block political robocalls, new research shows double mastectomies aren’t as life saving as once thought, and the video of Steven Sotloff’s beheading is authenticated.
We talk with the Bellingham School District Superintendent on the first day of school, kids are getting a hold of pot at alarming ages, and ISIS claims to have beheaded another American journalist.