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A man who police say killed a Bellingham woman shortly after meeting her son, had just got done arguing with his ex-girlfriend in Arizona about his own son according to prosecutors.
A man who advocates sex with animals is back in the news. Douglas Spink was arrested in Canada.
Firefighters in Washington state are keeping a wary eye on rising temperatures and winds that threaten to expand what's already the largest wildfire on record in the state.
After a small chemical fire in the Chemistry building at Western Washington University, university spokesman says no one was injured and the fire was quickly extinguished.
Still lower than same time last year
The Okanogan Complex of wildfires was measured at just over 400 square miles.
A Bellingham woman is going to prison and undergoing a mental health evaluation as part of her sentence in an arson case.
29-year-old Tyler jumped off a bridge in Sitka Friday night and planned to swim to shore.
National Rifle Association and two other gun-rights groups, are suing the city of Seattle over its adoption this month of a so-called "gun violence tax."
43-hundred acres are burning.
Another deer was shot by a poacher in Bellingham city limits.
Air quality improves in Whatcom County after a weekend of smoky skies caused by wildfires.
Traffic in downtown Bellingham was delayed this morning after a Subaru and a Honda collided at holly and commercial, causing…
More than 189,000 people visited the Northwest Washington Fair in Lynden this past week… An event that Jim Baron, manager for the fair,…
With Washington set ablaze by wildfires and in a federal state of emergency, many are asking what they can do.…
A chemical commonly found in commercial car washes can cause serious burns to workers. A close look at workers’ compensation…
Another dry winter could mean California-like draught conditions for farmers in Washi
The U.S. Forest Service and Department of Interior have had to ground firefighting aircrafts thirteen times due to drones.
Donors are able to choose specific areas affected by wildfires as well as a general fund to help all wildfire victims.
The Washington Supreme Court has ruled that a voter-approved initiative to raise the minimum wage to $15 an hour in the city of SeaTac should apply to workers at the airport.