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Our state attorney general is among many taking aim at Backpage.com, we talk with Republican state Senator candidate Doug Ericksen about his candidacy, and Sweden believes a Russian sub is spying on them.
It’s the last day of the Feed the Need Community Food Drive, several countries are racing to find a vaccine for Ebola, and an Ebola scare on a cruise ship.
Nurses are responding to the CDC director admitting that the CDC should have done more on Ebola, a cool show at the Mount Baker Theater tonight, and our Wine of the Week focuses on blends.
The president talks Ebola, the father of a shooting victim talks about his experience, and scammers are still trying to get you through the mail.
A bank robbery ends with a quick and easy arrest, the nurse’s union talks about Ebola preparedness in our area, and the President calls on the world to help fight Ebola.
Background check initiatives lose some ground in a new poll, the Feed the Need Food Drive kicks off, and get the most out of your day in just three steps.
A new national monument has protesters angry, and same-sex couples can marry in two more states. PeaceHealth St. Joseph Hospital is ready if there is ever an Ebola patient. Also, credit scores can impact just about every aspect of your life.
A man distraught over his cat’s death attacks vet employees, a former Whatcom County corrections deputy is jailed for trying to sexually exploit children, and our Wine of the Week focuses on red table wines.
Details on the U.S. response to Ebola, an AT&T settlement, and more.
Police ID the men killed in a Highway 9 crash, pot businesses are now allowed in Ferndale, and boaters in Bellingham Bay are overstaying their welcome and breaking the law.