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Basketball

Friday, January 16, 201501/16/2015

Burlington-Edison v. Mt. Baker girls basketball 2nd half 1/16/15

In High School Sports

Burlington-Edison defeats Mt. Baker 60-38

Basketball

Friday, January 16, 201501/16/2015

Burlington-Edison v. Mt. Baker girls basketball 1st half 1/16/15

In High School Sports

Burlington-Edison leads Mt. Baker 27-15 at halftime.

beer in glass

Friday, January 16, 201501/16/2015

PM Bellingham 1/16/15

In PM Bellingham

Bills in the legislature would make polluters pay for their pollution, the Supreme Court will decide if same-sex couples can marry, and we hear from our beer aficionado on our Beer of the Week.

Kurt Cobain

Friday, January 16, 201501/16/2015

Morning News and Sports 1/16/14

In Morning News

With Joe Teehan, Crystal King and Mark Scholten

basketball hoop

Thursday, January 15, 201501/15/2015

Squalicum vs. Nooksack Valley girls basketball 1st half 1/15/15

In High School Sports

Squalicum up 36-26 over Nooksack

basketball

Thursday, January 15, 201501/15/2015

Squalicum vs. Nooksack Valley girls basketball 2nd half 1/15/15

In High School Sports

Squalicum wins 56-54 over Nooksack

wine

Thursday, January 15, 201501/15/2015

Pm Bellingham 1/15/15

In PM Bellingham

Gun rights activists gather at the state capitol in protest, Congressman Rick Larsen is hoping to bring more manufacturing jobs to our county, and our Wine of the Week.

de haan

Thursday, January 15, 201501/15/2015

Morning News and Sports 1/15/15

In Morning News

With Joe Teehan, Crystal King and Mark Scholten

birds over water

Wednesday, January 14, 201501/14/2015

PM Bellingham 1/14/15

In PM Bellingham

Fears of bird flu have the border shut down for poultry – which is hurting a local business, the judge will not delay the Colorado movie theater shooter’s trial again, and a new proposal in the legislature to ax free meals for lawmakers.

A newspaper seller installs Charlie Hebdo newspapers to a shelf at a newsstand in Nice, southeastern France, Wednesday, Jan. 14, 2015. In an emotional act of defiance, Charlie Hebdo resurrected its irreverent and often provocative newspaper Tuesday, featuring a caricature of the Prophet Muhammad on the cover that drew immediate criticism and threats of more violence. The black letters on the front page reads: "All is forgiven."

Wednesday, January 14, 201501/14/2015

Morning Show 1/14/15

In Morning Show

Would you be willing to die for a French satirical newspaper’s Muhammad cartoons?