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Wednesday, April 20, 201604/20/2016

Your Afternoon Show 04/20/16

In Your Afternoon Show

Peter and Tracy discuss the effects of Marijuana being legal in Washington.
They also discuss how the culture around recreational marijuana has not followed suit with the legalization.

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Wednesday, April 20, 201604/20/2016

Morning Show 4/20/16 – Best Of Edition

In Morning Show with Dillon Honcoop

Dillon is out for the day.
Enjoy this ‘Best Of’ edition of the Morning Show!

PHOTO CREDIT: KIMBALL GAINOR

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Wednesday, April 20, 201604/20/2016

Morning News for 4/20/16

In Morning News

So we all know what “420” means. And that April 20th has become a cultural phenomenon representing “Weed Day” all over the world. But why 420? Where does that number come from and how in the world did “420” become the day that pot smokers celebrate everywhere? Well it’s rather intriguing, and Kimball fills you in with all of her research.
With Earth Day just three days away, billions of taxpayer dollars being devoted to environmental protection efforts and energy costs eating a significant portion of the average household’s income, the personal finance website Wallet Hub released its report on 2016’s Greenest States and Jill Gonzalez is in to talk about it.

In this graphic provided by the Washington State Liquor Control Board, a logo that will be used for labeling legal marijuana produced in Washington state is shown. Officials released a preliminary draft of regulations for growing and selling legalized marijuana Thursday, May 16, 2013. Voters last November made Washington and Colorado the first states to legalize the sale of taxed marijuana to adults over 21 at state-licensed stores.

Tuesday, April 19, 201604/19/2016

Your Afternoon Show 04/19/16

In Your Afternoon Show

A look at the clientele of recreational marijuana shops.

A Baltimore Police officer follows a man, who screamed "Let me in! I'm going in!" before crossing the yellow tape and walking into the crime scene on the 100 block of Upmanor Road, in Baltimore, where a young boy and a 31-year-old woman were shot and killed, Thursday, May 28, 2015. In the month since Freddie Gray died and the city erupted in civil unrest, Baltimore has seen its murder rate skyrocket. There have been 36 murders in May alone.

Tuesday, April 19, 201604/19/2016

Why a Lynden woman is lucky she said “no” to this disturbing online dating request

In Morning Show with Dillon Honcoop

Could she have ended up killed and dismembered?

FILE - In this Dec. 16, 2011 file photo, Colton Harris-Moore, also known as the "Barefoot Bandit," glances at the courtroom gallery as he walks to the defense table, in Island County Superior Court, in Coupeville, Wash. Harris-Moore is scheduled to be sentenced Friday, Jan. 27, 2012, in a U.S. federal court for his two-year international crime spree of break-ins and boat and plane thefts.

Tuesday, April 19, 201604/19/2016

What the Barefoot Bandit is going to do when he gets out of prison

In Morning Show with Dillon Honcoop

Colton Harris-Moore talks with Dillon live from prison

FILE - In this Dec. 16, 2011 file photo, Colton Harris-Moore, also known as the "Barefoot Bandit," glances at the courtroom gallery as he walks to the defense table, in Island County Superior Court, in Coupeville, Wash. Harris-Moore is scheduled to be sentenced Friday, Jan. 27, 2012, in a U.S. federal court for his two-year international crime spree of break-ins and boat and plane thefts.

Tuesday, April 19, 201604/19/2016

Morning Show 4/19/16

In Morning Show with Dillon Honcoop

Join Dillon on the Morning Show for a live interview with the Barefoot Bandit, Colton Harris Moore!

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Tuesday, April 19, 201604/19/2016

Morning News for 4/19/16

In Morning News

ABC’s Lana Zak speaks with Joe and Alex about a bill called the ‘9-11 Bill’ which would allow US citizens and US courts to sue Saudi Arabia over the attacks of 9-11. Zak is live from the nation’s capital.
Warm temperatures yesterday broke records for the hottest April 18th in Bellingham ever with 79 degrees. The previous high was 74 degrees recorded in 1962. KGMI’s meteorologist Jeff Johnson tells you all about it.

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Monday, April 18, 201604/18/2016

Your Afternoon Show 04/18/16

In Your Afternoon Show

An interview with a friend of the missing Arlington couple.

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Monday, April 18, 201604/18/2016

Your Afternoon Show 04/15/16

In Your Afternoon Show

A review of the democratic debate before the New York primaries.