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.
The Governor comes to Bellingham… communities get the chance to stand with police against crime… the Toilet Paper Party is “cleaning up the political mess in Washington, DC”… and the latest wine of the week.
Two candidates’ respond to a hit piece… the president talks sanctions against Russia… and the Bellingham School District gets a new board member.
The connection between Colorado’s homeless problem and Washington… rising water/sewer rates for Lake Whatcom residents… a bet that you can’t lose weight to encourage you to… and where Bellingham ranks on a list of Washington’s most kid friendly cities.
Police say another Friday afternoon bank robbery has happened in Bellingham, the local beer-tasting event Brewers by the Bay is happening this weekend, and local beer-expert Jack Lamb features one of the beers at Aslan Brewing in Bellingham.
A new study shows the benefits and costs of coal trains on the central Puget Sound region, a conservative commentator says the Bellingham City Council is criticizing Israel without considering the bigger picture, and a meteorologist says the rain this week broke several records.
The Bellingham City Council is weighing in on the conflict between Israel and Gaza, Project Homeless Connect is happening Friday to help connect homeless people with service providers, and a local magazine and shuttle company are teaming up to provide tours.
We talk with a man who lost his home in the Carlton Complex wildfire in Central Washington, the BBB warns of scams as Seahawks tickets to on sale, and Sports Director Doug Lange tells us about Michael Koenen and Jake Locker’s Charity Youth Football Camp in Ferndale.
KGMI’s Tracy Ellis broadcasts live from Joe Martin Field for the Bellingham Bells Back to School Night with Charter College.
A passenger plane is shot down over Ukraine and Israel begins a ground invasion of Gaza, NFL player Michael Koenen talks about the “Humor for Hunger” event this Saturday, and ConsumerMan Herb Weisbaum tells us about the latest phone scam.
SSA Marine announces a new lower-impact site plan for the Gateway Pacific Terminal, opponents of the proposed coal-shipping terminal say the new site plan has the same old problems, and ABC tells the story of a former Army major who went being considered a hero to a disgrace.