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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

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Friday, October 31, 201410/31/2014

Morning News and Sports 10/31/14

In Morning News

With Joe Teehan, Crystal King and Mark Scholten

Banner at Nooksack High School.  High school across Washington are showing their support for Marysville-Pilchuck High School.

Thursday, October 30, 201410/30/2014

Nooksack vs. Meridian first half 10/30/14

In High School Sports

Meridian up 14-13 over Nooksack

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Thursday, October 30, 201410/30/2014

Nooksack vs. Meridian second half 10/30/14

In High School Sports

Nooksack wins 22-20 over Meridian

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Thursday, October 30, 201410/30/2014

PM Bellingham 10/30/14

In PM Bellingham

Marysville Pilchuck High School gives their trophy back to Oak Harbor, we talk with Democratic Candidate for the 40th District State House seat Kristine Lytton, and our Wine of the Week focuses on Halloween party wines.

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Thursday, October 30, 201410/30/2014

Gun-rights spokesman debates background check initiative (Part 2)

In Morning Show

Should gun rights be further restricted in Washington State?

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Thursday, October 30, 201410/30/2014

Gun-rights spokesman debates background check initiative (Part 1)

In Morning Show

Would the anti-background check initiative mean criminals could get guns?

FILE - In this photo taken Feb. 8, 2013, Ralph Eaton, of Tacoma, Wash., holds an Olympic Arms semi-automatic rifle and a sign that reads "For-Sale Make Offer" as he attends a gun rights rally at the Capitol in Olympia, Wash. While Washington state voters won't weigh in on two competing gun-related ballot measures for months, money is already pouring into the campaigns in advance of the November 2014 election.

Thursday, October 30, 201410/30/2014

Morning Show 10/30/14 (Full Show)

In Morning Show

Dillon talks with supporters of both of Washington state’s dueling gun initiatives, I-591 and I-594, to get more information on…

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Thursday, October 30, 201410/30/2014

Morning News and Sports 10/30/14

In Morning News

With Joe Teehan, Crystal King and Mark Scholten

Part of a sign that reads "Cracked But Not Broken," is shown Monday, Oct. 27, 2014 at a growing memorial on a fence around Marysville Pilchuck High School in Marysville, Wash. On Friday, Oct. 24, student Jaylen R. Fryberg opened fire in the school cafeteria, killing two fellow students before taking his own life. A third student died Sunday night of her injuries. The school will be closed all week.

Wednesday, October 29, 201410/29/2014

PM Bellingham 10/29/14

In PM Bellingham

The Tulalip tribe speaks out about the Marysville shooting, the militarization of police is a hot topic – and now Bellingham is jumping into the conversation, and today we talk with Republican candidate for the 40th District State House seat Daniel Miller.