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President Barack Obama, right, next to Health and Human Services Secretary Sylvia Burwell, speaks to the media about Ebola during a meeting in the Cabinet Room of the White House in Washington, Wednesday, Oct. 15, 2014, with members of his team coordinating the government’s response to the Ebola outbreak.

Thursday, October 16, 201410/16/2014

Morning Show 10/16/14

In Morning Show

Why did the CDC let a possible Ebola victim onto a commercial flight?

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Wednesday, October 15, 201410/15/2014

PM Bellingham 10/15/14

In PM Bellingham

The president talks Ebola, the father of a shooting victim talks about his experience, and scammers are still trying to get you through the mail.

An ambulance carrying Amber Joy Vinson, the second health care worker to be diagnosed with Ebola in Texas, arrives at Emory University Hospital on Wednesday, Oct. 15, 2014, in Atlanta. Vinson was one of the nurses who cared for Thomas Eric Duncan, who died at the Dallas hospital last week of the Ebola virus.

Wednesday, October 15, 201410/15/2014

Morning Show 10/15/14

In Morning Show

How did another American nurse get Ebola?

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Wednesday, October 15, 201410/15/2014

Morning News and Sports 10/15/14

In Morning News

With Joe Teehan, Crystal King and Mark Scholten

President Barack Obama in Brooklyn

Tuesday, October 14, 201410/14/2014

PM Bellingham 10/14/14

In PM Bellingham

A bank robbery ends with a quick and easy arrest, the nurse’s union talks about Ebola preparedness in our area, and the President calls on the world to help fight Ebola.

Seattle Mayor Ed Murray hands out pens after signing a resolution designating the second Monday in October as Indigenous People's Day, Monday, Oct. 13, 2014, in Seattle. Murray invited city council members and tribal leaders to the Monday afternoon signing ceremony for resolution, which the council approved a week earlier, designating it as a day to celebrate the culture and contributions of Native Americans. The second Monday in October is celebrated nationally as Columbus Day, which also has been a day to celebrate people of Italian heritage.

Tuesday, October 14, 201410/14/2014

Morning Show 10/14/14

In Morning Show

Will getting rid of Columbus Day hurt anyone?

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Tuesday, October 14, 201410/14/2014

Morning News and Sports 10/14/14

In Morning News

with Joe Teehan, Crystal King and Mark Scholten

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Monday, October 13, 201410/13/2014

PM Bellingham 10/13/14

In PM Bellingham

Background check initiatives lose some ground in a new poll, the Feed the Need Food Drive kicks off, and get the most out of your day in just three steps.

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Monday, October 13, 201410/13/2014

Morning News and Sports 10/13/14

In Morning News

With Joe Teehan, Crystal King and Mark Scholten

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Monday, October 13, 201410/13/2014

Lynden Christian vs. Mount Baker first half 10/10/14

In High School Sports

Mt. Baker up over Lynden Christian 14-7