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Teacher: important for kids to feel good about being active
Transportation department says there could be 10 oil train derailments a year
Mount Baker may not have too bad an impact on western Whatcom County
A Bellingham woman is hospitalized after a crash
A change may be coming to Bellingham's affordable housing
Building and improving roads getting more money in our state
The west coast port slowdown is hurting our state
Another group protests the police shooting in Pasco
Bonuses for Boeing managers are far higher than other employees
Lummi Nation Police officers are some of the first in Western Washington to be trained to recognize the symptoms of heroin
A Lummi Nation couple sentenced to prison for dealing heroin, meth and crack cocaine.
The agency tasked with manning the country's borders, ports and airports announced the plan to test out cameras after fielding complaints about the use of force.
A woman who helped her boyfriend try to kill a Ferndale mother of two is guilty.
The nation's top labor official is ratcheting up pressure on the two sides haggling over a new contract for dockworkers
The Washington Beer Open House comes to Bellingham this weekend.
A florist in Eastern Washington who refused to provide flowers for a gay wedding plans to appeal
Bertha has reached her goal.
Authorities say they're still collecting video of the fatal police shooting of an unarmed Mexican man
A public hospital district being sued by the American Civil Liberties Union of Washington over concerns about abortion access says it follows state law.
The House Education Committee has approved a proposal to eliminate the need to pass statewide tests to earn a high school diploma.