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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.
The Department of Ecology issued a formal notice to the company, the first step in a process that could result in large fines.
He says Washington will "continue to be a state that welcomes those seeking refuge from persecution, regardless of where they come from or the religion they practice."
Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson says he found no evidence Planned Parenthood is breaking the law in our state.
A Bellingham woman was among the passengers from Paris to land at the Vancouver airport over the weekend. After Eve Wood-Gaines hugged her husband and nine yr. old son, she told CTV she wasn’t far from where gunmen opened fire.
The high winds started Monday and are expected to ramp up today.
The Mt. Baker Ski Area will reopen at 9 a.m. on Thursday, Nov. 19, according to the area’s ski manager
The 'Alliance for a Just Society' released a report contrasting the minimum wage with a living wage, the amount needed to make ends meet. In Washington State, they claim a single adult working full time needs to make $15.95 an hour to cover necessities.
Washington State leaders are taking a closer look at possibly legalizing fantasy sports gambling on sites like Draft Kings and Fan Duel.