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Two men are charged with smuggling people across the border near Lynden, outdoorsy stuff brings in a lot of money for Washington and Whatcom County, and a Seahawks uber fan from Ferndale makes it onto The Price is Right.
State senator Doug Ericksen of Ferndale wants to change some rules on raising taxes, the President pledges U-S support to France after a mass shooting, and you can turn your old electronics in for cash online – but not all sites follow through and consumers are angry.
Education is at the forefront of most people’s minds heading into the new legislative session, Washington is aiming to get the medical and recreational pot industries working in harmony, and the city of Fairhaven wants to know what you think of its parking.
A Bellingham man gets prison time for stealing from elderly clients, we talk with a meteorologist about what mother nature has in store for our area, and jury selection begins for the Boston Marathon bombing trial.
Tracy broadcasts live from The Cigar Lounge at Silver Reef Hotel Casino Spa, Washington has a bad year for workplace deaths, and for people wanting to visit Canada – it may be cheaper to do so.
The pod of Puget Sound Orcas ring in the new year with a new baby, Chick-Fil-A may be the latest in a series of data breaches this year, and we talk New Year’s football.
The Seahawks playoff game is coming up which means it’s time to watch out for scammers, crews begin pulling debris and bodies from the water after the Air Asia crash, and we talk with Bellingham Police Lieutenant Bob Vanderyacht about the death of former chief Terry Mangan.
Crews test wild birds for bird flu in Whatcom and other Washington counties, the National Weather Service talks about the very cold weather we’re having, and we talk the Seahawks with KPUG’s Mark Scholten.
Don’t forget about local businesses when doing your last minute shopping, “the Interview” will play in some theaters, and we talk with Santa before he makes his big trip around the world.
New rules in place for bringing poultry from Canada, calls for calm in New York after two officers were killed, and we hear about the beloved film Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer from a historian for its creators.