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Retail spending is up

Summer sales increase

Farm bill passes Congress

Whatcom berry farmers to benefit from farm bill

Alabama Hill bike thief caught

Man confesses to stealing bikes for drugs

Boeing to throw party to thank lawmakers for $8.7B

Lobbyists thank lawmakers for 777X efforts with party

Ferndale will allow pot shops on I-5 corridor

Pot shops can keep Ferndale location

12th Man bundles up for parade

Cold temps wont damper Seahawks spirit

County takes ownership of Lake Whatcom land

Ribbon cutting ceremony marks new Lake Whatcom park

School bonds up for vote in Lynden, Ferndale

School districts asking voters for millions

Lynden landmark in middle of renovations

Hotel inside Lynden Windmill gets renovation

Bellingham honors MLK through service and literature

Volunteers take action in remembrance of MLK

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10 hours ago in Music

Taylor Swift is laughing all the way to the bank

Singer Taylor Swift performs during her "1989" world tour at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J., on Friday, July 10, 2015. (Photo by Evan Agostini/Invision/AP)

The "Shake It Off" star has earned $73.5 million from album sales, streaming and publishing revenue and her 1989 world tour - almost double the fortune amassed by country star Kenny Chesney, who is a distant second.

12 hours ago in Entertainment

‘Oregon Trail,’ ‘Sonic’ join World Video Game Hall of Fame

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Last year, "Super Mario Bros." and "Pong" were among the first inductees to the World Video Game Hall of Fame. The class of 2016 is just as strong.

15 hours ago in Entertainment

Seth MacFarlane returning to Fox with new sci-fi series

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The "Family Guy" star is producing a new series set 300 years in the future.

18 hours ago in Music

Kelly Rowland glad she waited to have children

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The R&B star is thankful she didn't rush into motherhood because she may never have found her "amazing" husband Tim Witherspoon.

18 hours ago in Music

‘You can’t always get what you want,’ Stones tell Trump

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The Rolling Stones told Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump on Wednesday to stop using the band's music for his campaign after artists such as Adele and R.E.M. made the same request.