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 6-year-old Bremerton girl’s dad forgives the teen that raped and killed her, Tracy broadcasts live from the Bellingham Bells play-off game, and Dillon Honcoop broadcasts live from the fair.
Robin Williams’ death ruled a suicide, why congress might be so unpopular, and the fair is in its second day.
The suspect in a South Bellingham murder last week kills himself, Robin Williams is found dead of an apparent suicide, and the NWWA Fair starts today.
Police identify the body found in Bremerton as that of the missing 6-year-old Jenise Wright, next week is the NWWA Fair, and our Beer of the Week is a collaboration of all of Bellingham’s breweries.
Elizabeth Warren says she’s not running for president, new owners for a very old building in Bellingham, a walk to fund the fight against Alzheimer’s and the Wine of the Week.
A death in Fairhaven is ruled a murder, more roundabouts on their way to north Whatcom, the secret to success with online dating, and Consumerman talks about the rise of robots in the workforce.
It’s election day, Bellingham police to start wearing cameras, instead of a shark tank… it’s a Wal-Mart tank, and the Bellingham City Council decides not to vote on the Gaza resolution.
A death in Fairhaven, primary elections are tomorrow, a new app for football season, and the Seahawks are at training camp.
One expert sees a connection between legalized pot and the homeless problem in Maritime Heritage Park… comments from the president on the economy and House Republicans… the Plane Whisperer is here to help you through your fear of flying… and the Whatcom beer of the week.
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.