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The state is considering a pay-by-the-mile gas tax, we hear about the 12 scams of Christmas, and the CIA director speaks out against the torture report.
Crazy weather continues to pelt western Washington with wind and rain, the U-S says it’ll be a year before Syrian fighters are ready to take on ISIS, and the Consumerman has some things to consider when thinking about getting that store credit card.
Tracy broadcasts live from the Cigar Lounge at the Silver Reef Casino, we hear about the top football games this weekend, and Rolling Stone is apologizing for its University of Virginia rape story.
Economists don’t seem worried about a drop in hiring this holiday season, more investigations into the NYPD chokehold death, and our Wine of the Week focuses on wine tasting parties.
A report says more needs to be done to boost oil train safety, we talk with the Ferndale Food Bank about Giving Tuesday, and Congress pushes the NFL for more action on domestic violence.
Health club Thrive makes some changes and local NFL boys Jake Locker and Michael Koenen are involved, the president in favor of more body cameras after the Ferguson shooting, and the Mariners have a new superstar.
An audit finds trouble at DSHS, we take a look at the big football games this long Thanksgiving weekend, and Ferguson, Missouri may have another death on its hands.
Some Washingtonians protest the Ferguson, Missouri decision, our KGMI legal analyst breaks down the grand jury in that case, and Missouri’s Governor steps up the police presence in Ferguson.
A Bellingham mother is unhappy with the school district, time to get your travel plans in order for the Thanksgiving weekend if you don’t already, and we talk with a believer who was at the Sasquatch Summit over the weekend.
ID theft can be emotionally damaging to victims, a report finds the Obama Administration did nothing wrong in responding to the Benghazi attack, and our Whatcom Beer of the Week.