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A Bellingham businessman and a local conservative group are suing Whatcom County – they want to stop a proposal that would create more voting districts from appearing on the fall ballot.
Dozens of young children and others got violently ill after attending an event at the Northwest Washington Fairgrounds, now fair management is trying make sure it doesn’t happen again.
The department got a federal grant to pay for predictive policing software.
The State Patrol says speeds reached 100 miles per hour and the suspect car drove the wrong way on I-5 at times.
One of the largest toxic algae blooms recorded off the West Coast is denser, more widespread and deeper than scientists feared even weeks ago.
Skagit County's 911 system is struggling with understaffing and forced overtime that can increase employee stress and burnout.
Top 2 vote-getters advance.
Crews were called to the corner of Sixth Avenue and Harris Street yesterday afternoon when water started spewing from a pipe.
The driver of a vehicle took off on foot, shedding his clothes and trying to change attire in an effort to get away.
Wildlife officials search for someone who illegally shot a deer inside of city limits.
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration fisheries says the orca is a 12-year-old male known as J-39 and does not appear to be injured.
Seattle's very own "UP" house named after the Pixar movie, became famous after it's owner refused a $1 million dollar offer from commercial builders.
The County Council takes up the issue tonight
MARTHA BELLISLE, Associated Press SEATTLE (AP) — Prosecutors in Washington and elsewhere whose conduct causes cases to be thrown out…
The Army is looking to conduct a test to determine whether soldiers can fire rockets at a Joint Base Lewis-McChord training area.
A lightning-caused fire in Central Washington has burned 25 square miles near Lake Chelan, and officials are concerned more thunderstorms could be on the way.
Governor Jay Inslee has praised President Barack Obama's plan to limit greenhouses gas emissions from U.S. power plants.
Overall retail sales were up nearly 5-and-a-half percent compared to the first three months of last year.
You have until 8 o’clock Tuesday night to turn in ballots at one of nine drop boxes throughout Whatcom County.
The National Association for Public Defense says a small infraction can become “a life-changing struggle to satisfy ever-mounting debt.