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Austin Santiago, a talent buyer at the Wild Buffalo on Holly Street, says he heard the crash and saw the car speed away early Sunday, Nov. 24.
Deputy Fire Marshal Ken Dellsite tells KGMI why fire fatalities increase over the holidays and how turkey fryers are responsible for many fires on Thanksgiving.
Kim Brown with Bellingham’s Public Works Department talks about their annual ‘See and be Seen’ campaign to encourage bicyclists and drivers to do their part to keep everyone safe on the roads at night.
The Superintendent of the Meridian School District comments on an investigation into safety at Meridian High and the airport, and Bellingham Public Works is launching their annual ‘See and be Seen’ campaign.
Bellingham is picked to be part of the C-Span Cities Tour, a new roundabout may be coming to the Mount Baker Highway at Kendall, and the Ferndale School Board is named a “Board of Distinction.”
Mount Baker Ski Area Operations Manager Gwyn Howat tells KGMI the mountain will open for the season starting Nov. 21.
A new report details the crash that killed a state trooper at the Skagit Bridge detour, local numbers show lots of people are signing up on the state health care exchange, and the Mount Baker Ski Area is opening.
Sea stars are dying off all along the West Coast, and Western Washington University professor Benjamin Miner has received a grant from the National Science Foundation to find out why.
Applications for marijuana businesses are being accepted through Dec. 19th, and Mikhail Carpenter with the Washington State Liquor Control Board tells KGMI that a lot of people are excited to enter the new pot industry.
State Senator Doug Ericksen from Ferndale says Washington can do more to keep Boeing jobs, and a WWU professor is studying why sea stars are dying in Puget Sound.