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The state unemployment rate held steady for the second month in a row. But Future Employment Reports may look different because Alcoa plants in Whatcom County and Wenatchee are shutting down.
State lawmakers are facing a projected shortfall of nearly half of a billion dollars for the next two year budget.
A Ferndale legislator is introducing a bill that would allow daily fantasy sports in Washington
Slater Road remains closed.
Mt. Baker Ski Area opens today, but Mt. Baker Highway will slow down the traffic.
KGMI News BELLINGHAM, WASH. — A police chase through Whatcom County yesterday sends multiple people to the hospital. The Washington…
A Bellingham man involved in a drive-by-shooting is headed to prison. Brandon Maurice Thompson was sentenced to four years behind bars.
Fairhaven’s All American marine is moving… to another part of Bellingham. The Company’s new location will be in the central waterfront and allow it to expand and hire more workers.
Emergency road closures and restrictions happening NOW due to stormy weather and flooding.
A windblown tree snapped off and struck a King County Metro bus in Shoreline, sending the driver to the hospital.
The Feds are buying land from nearly 900 Lummi Nation landowners. It’s part of an effort to consolidate tribal land.
Gusts of 45 miles per hour are battering the shoreline.
Bellingham Police say the woman was walking on the trail near St. Paul and Valhalla around 9:30 Tuesday morning. She says the man grabbed her and took off when she yelled at him.
A fire at Bellingham High School forced the students to evacuate Tuesday morning.
Owning stock in the company is key, according to a "Superfeet" spokesman.
Puget Sound Energy says hundreds of customers in Whatcom County are without power.
He’s about six feet tall, has a medium build, a one week old mustache and beard, with a medium to darker complexion. She says he was wearing a grey hooded sweatshirt with a jacket over top.
Nobody is hurt and the fire department says the small blaze in a bathroom was quickly extinguished.
An Indian Treaty Rights activist and an Environmental Protection Agency leader from our state will receive Presidential Medals of Freedom.
The North Cascades Highway is officially closed until next year.