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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.
A yellow chemical cloud forces the evacuation of a Bellingham business, it’s back to school time, and our Beer of the Week.
An overturned truck wreaks havoc for drivers, the White House says it has no strategy for ISIS, and our Wine of the Week is for barbecues.
New state test scores are out, airstrikes may not be enough to fight ISIS, and what exactly happened to Tony Soprano?
Some hotel rooms are off limits because of meth use, the Heart Association grudgingly admits e-cigs help smokers quit, and the best guitar riffs of all time.
A limited special enrollment period for people struggling with health insurance, an al-Qaeda linked group releases an American hostage, and you won’t believe the new sandwich that Arby’s has come up with.
Bellingham’s City Council president is stepping down, the US is trying to save more hostages, and our Beer of the Week has a little kick to it.
A new pot shop opens in Bellingham, ISIS threatens to kill a second American journalist, and our Wine of the Week.
The bank robber caught yesterday is identified, the president talks about beheaded journalist James Foley, and how to avoid surprise medical bills.