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Even with gas prices hovering around the $2 per gallon mark, Washington state lawmakers are pushing bills to encourage more Washington drivers to drive electric cars.
The state Department of Ecology is seeking feedback on a controversial rule aimed at reducing the carbon pollution of transportation fuels over time.
Tried to meet "girl" for sex in Skagit County park
Police are looking for a man they say kidnapped a woman in Bellingham on Super Bowl Sunday.
Lummi chairman tells GPT backers "we have nothing to talk about"
The state of Washington will receive more than $21 million as its share of a settlement with Standard & Poor's Financial Services for its role in the financial crisis eight years ago.
Two bills being heard in the House Education Committee on Tuesday would eliminate the need to pass statewide tests to earn a high school diploma.
Some lawmakers want to end the annual shift to daylight saving time and put Washington on standard time year around.
Some TurboTax users are in shock after they find out someone else had already filed their taxes.
The Legendary Banked Slalom scheduled for February 19th through the 22nd… is being pushed back one month.
He stole nearly a quarter-of-a million dollars in lead… now he’s headed to prison for a year.
Promise Kindergarten in its second year, GRADS program now at Sehome
Jumped up to 10 in 2013
It touts bipartisan support and calls for the government to secure a search warrant based on probable cause before intercepting online communications and geodata.
January was a warm one, and warmer temperatures are expected to stick around for a while.
The three children are considered missing persons
Bellingham's average price is $2.12, some as low as $1.83
A state health official says the vaccination rate for measles in Oregon has gotten low enough to cause concern the disease could spread.
Candles may have caused Bellingham house fire
Standards for meth cleanup may relax in Whatcom County