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Prices increase more than eight percent in the first part of 2015
Bellingham City Hall is mourning the accidental shooting death of a council member’s son.
Washington state Gov. Jay Inslee is rescinding a ban on state-funded travel to Indiana after a law that critics said had the potential to discriminate against gays and lesbians based on religious beliefs was amended.
Accidental gunshot claims City Council member's son
Prosecutors say Justin Redington hid a camera in a 13-year-old girl’s bedroom and the bathroom she used.
A group of girls who decided to wear dresses to school to say goodbye to a classmate in style didn't expect the response they got from teachers at Fairhaven Middle School.
Ban follows one announced by governor on Monday
Daniel Paul had been on the run for a month
One of the earliest openings on record
Expected to open fall 2016
Woman fails to stop at red light and gets hit by semi
A family is desperately searching for their grandfather's old shirt.
State Auditor Troy Kelley, embroiled in a federal investigation, skipped a chance to testify before lawmakers
State Department of Health data shows that measles vaccinations in Washington are up about 27 percent this winter, compared to last winter.
The low snow pack at Mt. Baker is insufficient to run the traditional ski events this year
Man originally stopped by Anacortes police officer for failing to use a turn signal
Clark Richard Elmore has been on death row since 1996 for raping and murdering his stepdaughter
Pilots and airline have been in talks since November
The Port of Bellingham and an Irish developer will partner on the redevelopment of the waterfront.
Clark “Corky” Johnson was a commissioner for eight years and a councilman for ten years.