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Evacuation orders remain in effect
Posed as teen girl online to get images of other teenagers
Diarrhetic Shellfish Poisoning levels dropped recently, so beaches from Sandy Point south to the Skagit County line are back open to molluscan shellfish harvesting
The judge is also recommending mental treatment.
Local expert says “psychotic break” may have played role in Bellingham-area murder/attempted suicide
A local expert believes a former Lummi school teacher may have had a “psychotic break” when she planned for days to kill her husband and toddler son last week
Ferndale dairy farmer Rich Appel is part of a new group called “Whatcom Family Dairies” that believes local dairies haven’t been portrayed fairly
Legislative aide accused of stealing money from state Senator who represents voters in Whatcom County
The theft and forgery charges are the third set of charges filed against Eberle this month.
Grocery Outlet's grand opening will take place this Saturday and run from 8 am- 3 pm at 1750 LaBounty Drive
The man convicted of killing a Seattle police officer in 2009 has been sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration is committing $88,000 to help Washington analyze a massive bloom of toxic algae off the coast that have closed some shellfish harvests.
A community leader credited with patrolling and protecting the streets of Seattle's International District for decades has been killed in a shooting.
The father of the Washington teenager who fatally shot four high school classmates and himself in October has pleaded not guilty in federal court to new firearms charges.
Crews fighting a wildfire in southeast Washington are working to prevent flames from reaching a watershed that provides drinking water for the city of Walla Walla.
Voters in Port Angeles likely will decide in November whether the city should stop adding fluoride to the city's water system after doing so for nearly a decade.
The truck that struck the Nooksack River bridge on I-5 Wednesday night should not have been driving on it with one lane blocked, said Washington State Patrol Trooper Mark Francis
It was the second time the appeals court reversed Leighton in the case
Woman who killed husband, toddler son will have mental state called into question
Robinson and his wife own Bellingham's Village Books.
But Mayor Kelli Linville say there's hope.
Charging papers: mother believed she "saved" family by killing them