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Monday, November 3, 201411/03/2014

Morning Show 11/3/14

In Morning Show

Should a young woman battling cancer have taken her own life?


Monday, November 3, 201411/03/2014

Morning News and Sports 11/3/14

In Morning News

With Joe Teehan, Crystal King and Mark Scholten

bar and drinks

Sunday, November 2, 201411/02/2014

The Legal Docket 11/02/14

In The Legal Docket

DUI lawyer Jonathan Rands talks with Dillon Honcoop.


Sunday, November 2, 201411/02/2014

Wealth Wake Up for 11/2/14

Dick Donahue hosts a rousing discussion on finance and the markets in this edition of Wealth Wake Up.

house night

Sunday, November 2, 201411/02/2014

Radio Real Estate 11/1/14

In Radio Real Estate

Host Mike Kent broadcasts live from Bellis Fair Mall

counting money

Sunday, November 2, 201411/02/2014

Wealth Wake Up for 11/1/14

In Wealth Wake Up

Join host Dick Donahue (live from Pullman) on today’s Wealth Wake Up.

car and boats

Sunday, November 2, 201411/02/2014

In The Shop for 11/1/14

In In the Shop

Steve from The Panacea and Brian from Dr. John’s Auto Clinic talk exploding airbags (and what you can do). Plus, the usual assortment of intriguing calls.

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Sunday, November 2, 201411/02/2014

Saturday Morning Live for 11/1/14

In Saturday Morning Live

Host Kris Halterman talks upcoming elections, and specifically the Washington initiative calling for smaller class sizes in K-12 schools.

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Friday, October 31, 201410/31/2014

PM Bellingham 10/31/14

In Your Afternoon Show

Tips on staying safe this Halloween night and weekend, we talk with the Republican candidate for a 42nd District State House seat Luanne Van werven, and our Whatcom Beer of the Week.

Kaci Hickox and her boyfriend Ted Wilbur come out of their house to speak to reporters, Friday, Oct. 31, 2014, in Fort Kent, Maine. Hickox, a nurse who defied an Ebola quarantine in the state of Maine after treating patients in West Africa, can travel unrestricted after a judge rejected the state's bid to limit her movements. Judge Charles C. LaVerdiere said Friday that Hickox must continue daily monitoring and co-ordinate travel with state officials so monitoring can continue. But the judge said there's no need for further restrictions because she's not infectious.

Friday, October 31, 201410/31/2014

Morning Show 10/31/14

In Morning Show

The Ebola nurse loses a court battle