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Labels Consignment store in Bellingham is celebrating a milestone, and a local family of Seahawks fans is sewing a giant 12th Man flag that will fly over Bellingham.
A state labor economist talks about the gradually-improving unemployment rate, KGMI’s legal analyst gives his take on Justin Bieber’s recent arrest, and a Broncos fan describes what it’s like to be in Seahawks country.
The Whatcom County Sheriff gives an update on a murder investigation in Sudden Valley, the NFL says it’s going to be a cold Super Bowl, and Seattle Mariners announcer Rick Rizzs stops by KGMI on their Caravan tour.
NBC reporter Herb Weisbaum joins the show to talk about identity theft, the state Dept. of Health releases a new radon risk map, and the Relay for Life of North Whatcom kicks off tonight.
A cadaver dog searches a vacant building that burned in Mount Vernon, we play audio from Martin Luther King Jr.’s “I Have A Dream” speech, and KPUG’s Doug Lange breaks down Seahawk Richard Sherman’s rant after Sunday’s NFC Championship game.
Hundreds of Seahawks fans show up for Cascade Radio Group’s 12th Man rally in Bellingham, KPUG Sports Director Doug Lange talks about the big game on Sunday, and KPUG’s Jennifer Zaremba talks about being a female Seahawks fan.
KGMI’s Legal Analyst Jeffery Lustick explains the recent comments about banning pot from Washington’s Attorney General, and President Barack Obama makes a speech about problems with higher education.
The Conservative Washington Policy Center offers its view on what raising the minimum wage would do to the economy, the Bakerview Fred Meyer is undergoing changes, and details on a chance to show your 12th Man pride.
State Rep. Kristine Lytton talks about education goals in the legislature, Gov. Jay Inslee delivers his State of the State Address, and Bellingham Police discuss how they help prevent liquor theft.
Bellingham Police say a 16-year-old boy brutally beat a woman as she tried to protect her child, state senator Doug Ericksen introduces a bill to draw state workers away from pension plans, and the Washington Federation of State Employees explains why that’s a bad idea.