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plane take off

Thursday, February 26, 201502/26/2015

Morning News and Sports 2/26/15

In Morning News

With Joe Teehan, Alex Gray, and Mark Scholten.

internet connections

Wednesday, February 25, 201502/25/2015

Morning Show 2/25/15

In Morning Show with Dillon Honcoop

Is Net Neutrality actually evil?

Handcuffs Arrest

Wednesday, February 25, 201502/25/2015

Morning News and Sports 2/25/15

In Morning News

With Joe Teehan, Alex Gray, and Mark Scholten.

drunk driver car

Tuesday, February 24, 201502/24/2015

Prison sentence “off the charts” for drunk driver who killed Bellingham man

In Morning Show with Dillon Honcoop

Attorney: “Clearly the sentence was meant to send a message”

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Tuesday, February 24, 201502/24/2015

Morning Show 2/24/15

In Morning Show with Dillon Honcoop

Was the judge right to give a drunk driver 16 years in prison for killing a man in downtown Bellingham?

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Tuesday, February 24, 201502/24/2015

Morning News and Sports 2/24/15

In Morning News

With Joe Teehan, Alex Gray, and Mark Scholten.

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Monday, February 23, 201502/23/2015

Lady Gaga put Hollywood to shame at the Oscars

In Morning Show with Dillon Honcoop

Is the movie business out of touch with regular Americans?

Clean up continues near Mount Carbon, West Virginia, Monday, Feb. 23, 2015, where a train that derailed and sent a tanker with crude oil into the Kanawha River. A full-scale federal investigation of an oil train derailment in southern West Virginia has begun as work continues to remove the overturned tank cars from the site, federal officials said Sunday. A fire sparked by the Feb. 16 derailment in Mount Carbon prevented investigators from gaining full access to the crash scene until this weekend.

Monday, February 23, 201502/23/2015

How politics makes it hard to prevent an oil train disaster in WA

In Morning Show with Dillon Honcoop

Do Democrats care more about climate change than preventing an oil by rail disaster in Washington?

FILE - In this Oct. 27, 2010 file photo, an entrance to the Mall of America is seen in Bloomington, Minn. The largest shopping mall in the country is targeting workers in one of the nation's top oil-producing areas. A YouTube advertisement for the Mall of America depicts an oil worker from western North Dakota visiting the mall and an area hotel to meet up with his family for the weekend. It's the first time the mall has used social media for a marketing campaign geared toward a specific audience.

Monday, February 23, 201502/23/2015

Mall terror threat: More than meets the eye

In Morning Show with Dillon Honcoop

Are there political reasons to scare Americans going to the mall?

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Monday, February 23, 201502/23/2015

An expert says it could snow in Whatcom County next week

In Morning Show with Dillon Honcoop

‘Shift in the atmosphere’ could mean snowfall by next Monday