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.
Through tears and a voice worn down by grief, Dr. Linda Quinn spoke with us on PM Bellingahm tonight.
A fire decimates homes near Lake Samish, bail is set for the man accused of hitting 4 Winward High School students (killing 2 and injuring 2), and WWU President Bruce Shepard says he’s throwing in the towel in 2016.
It looked like a low speed chase involving a State Patrol trooper, but it’s not what it seems (we explain, of course), an outbreak of a deadly disease is spreading to South Korea, but there’s no will to find a cure, and one author argues pharmaceutical companies are a godsend for humanity (and not a blight, as some argue).
A Bellingham bank is under investigation by the Office of Civil Rights in Seattle, some action could be forthcoming on a county jail plan, plus the mayor and police chief of Bellingham say a ‘holistic’ approach is needed to help the mentally ill and troubled in the community.
Citations are handed down to 4 protesters, two of whom chained themselves to the ‘Arctic Challenger,’ chocolate apparently tastes so bad because we want it so much (a Newsweek reporter explains), and it’s Washington Wine of the Week time! Dan Radil showcases a summer-friendly offering from Dynasty Cellars.
The investigation into the E. coli outbreak continues, and a new link has been found, millennials are flooding out of college and (very unsuccessfully) looking for jobs, and Consumerman Herb Weisbaum warns of “cash advances.”
[News tease block], the cost of TV sports is going up and up (and showing no signs of stopping), and Kimball Gainor is back for another, even more salacious installment of “Kimball on Craigslist”
Deputies are searching for a drive-by shooter in the county, a 23-year fight over used tires continues between two Custer residents, and we find out what it would take to get Tracy, Peter, and Kimball to strip down for the Naked Bike Ride.
Scientists think the answer to the global food shortage is GMO’s, Kimball Gainor digs up the best of Craigslist with our “Kimball on Craigslist” segment, and Dan Radil has our Washington wine of the week.
The local activist who chained herself to the Arctic Challenger talks about her motivation for protesting, Tracy sounds off on world-famous slow drivers in Bellingham, and more.