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Major James Lloyd with the Salvation Army talks about their fundraising goal this year and some of the challenges for bell ringers.
WSP spokesperson Bob Calkins tells KGMI their formerly-rigid list of disqualifiers scared away a lot of good candidates.
The Washington State Patrol changes its hiring practices to find more troopers, Salvation Army bell ringers are facing challenges, and the North Cascades Highway is closing for the winter.
Art Favinger of Favinger Plumbing offers some tips to keep your pipes from freezing during the cold winter weather.
Mayor Kelli Linville says the city is planning more police and a safety workgroup after a string of burglaries downtown.
Whatcom Humane Society Executive Director Laura Clark tells KGMI freezing weather can put pets and livestock at risk.
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.