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speeding ticket

Breath test for pot in the works

Testing drivers for marijuana could get easier

Auction Gavel

Judge says trying is not enough for foster care

Timeline set for DSHS reforms

coal pile

Coal backer backs out

Coal projects sold to Colorado company

no1 collision fire

Man suffers burns in auto shop fire

Good Samaritan saves trapped employee from fire

cold thermometer graphic

Local cold weather shelters open for another night

Interfaith Coalition will open their shelters again as temperatures stay low


Another espresso stand robbed at gunpoint

Surveillance video released of hooded robber

wal-mart protests 11-28

Protest over wages targets local Wal-Mart

About 30 people protested Wal-Mart’s wages at the Guide Meridian store early Friday, Nov. 28


Cold weather emergency shelters open Friday, Saturday

Freezing temps and snow open overnight shelters

police lights

Bellingham coffee stand robbed at gunpoint

An I Wana Moka employee was told to run by the armed man

mount baker

Mount Baker Ski Area partially opens

Just the hand tow and chair 2 will be open until 2 p.m. Thanksgiving Thursday


Bellingham rental inspection program moves forward

Rentals could be inspected every three years

job search

Unemployment comparable to last October

County jobless rate up about 1 percent

organic groceries

Community Food Co-op expands across street

Construction underway on Holly Street


Another Cost Cutter closing

Ferndale grocery store to close


Border Guards: Canadians try to cross with pieces of meth lab

Border agent sickened by car inspection


Man threatens people with tomahawk

Police arrest man wielding tomahawk downtown

black rhino

B.C. antiques dealer admits to smuggling rhinoceros horns

Smuggler admits bringing ivory horns across border


North Cascades Highway closes early

Avalanches close Hwy 20 pass


B.C. flu shot appears to miss mark

Flu north of border at unusually high rate

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Monday’s Sports Minute


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