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Whatcom County woman injured in knife fight

Investigators say alcohol was likely a factor.

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Damaging winds hit Whatcom County

High winds knocked out power to dozens of Whatcom County homes and businesses.

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Three people hurt in DUI crash

On Mount Baker Highway


Another E. coli case… this one involving Costco stores

The State Health Department says some people who ate Costco’s Rotisserie Chicken Salad got E.coli. If you had the salad and now feel sick, contact your doctor.

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Driver intentionally hits man in parking lot of Sunset Square

Bellingham Police say Caelin Haskew slammed into a man who got out of his car to confront him.


Demolition on Bellingham’s waterfront

The top of the Big Digester building fell to the ground Monday.

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Wild weather expected in Whatcom County today

We we could see gusts up to 60-miles-per-hour near the water.

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Fire destroys barn and dolls

The estimated loss is $1,000.


Whatcom Sheriff’s Office asks for help after armed robbery

The clerk reported that the thief came into the AM/PM and immediately displayed a handgun.

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Department of Corrections explains Green River Killer relocation

The Corrections Department says it will let families know if he's ever moved again.

FILE - In this Dec. 16, 2011 file photo, Colton Harris-Moore, also known as the "Barefoot Bandit," glances at the courtroom gallery as he walks to the defense table, in Island County Superior Court, in Coupeville, Wash. Harris-Moore is scheduled to be sentenced Friday, Jan. 27, 2012, in a U.S. federal court for his two-year international crime spree of break-ins and boat and plane thefts.

20th Century Fox coughs up cash for Barefoot Bandit story

20th Century Fox wrote a check to the U.S. Marshall's Office to make a movie about Colton Harris-Moore's life on the run.

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Parks offer ‘Green Friday’

Park officials dubbed the day "Green Friday," a take on the busy shopping day "Black Friday."

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Bayview Cemetery hit by vandals

More than 40 headstones were pushed to the ground.


Regulators working on new rules for transporting oil

One rule requires facilities to give the state advance weekly notices about oil shipments.


Bellingham Cemetery Vandalized

Several of the headstones vandalized weighed more than a ton.


The state’s highest court turns their back on charter schools

The court denied all requests for reconsideration of its September ruling that the law is unconstitutional.

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‘Road Closed’ signs… really do mean the road is closed

That’s the message from the Bellingham Fire Department after two women had to be rescued Wednesday.


Whatcom County ranks 16th highest personal income in the state

Whatcom County has the 16th highest personal income in the state compared to the other counties.


Hundreds of Whatcom County workers face unemployment

We now know exactly how many Alcoa-Intalco workers are losing their jobs. 465 people who work at the Ferndale-area aluminum smelter will be laid-off in January.

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