- State rests in case against driver who struck students Updated: Apr-29-16 1:50 pm
BELLINGHAM, Washington - The trial of a Bellingham man accused of crashing his vehicle into four high school students and fatally injuring two will resume Monday with the defense.
- Man recounts making Super Bowl, other guitars, for Prince Updated: Apr-26-16 11:10 pm
BELLINGHAM, Washington - A Washington state man who made more than two dozen custom guitars for Prince in the 1990s is recalling what that meant to his "little company" following Prince's sudden death last week.
- Bellingham restarts homeless camp cleanups Updated: Apr-24-16 3:20 pm
BELLINGHAM, Washington - Bellingham officials are working to expand shelter options for people as it again begins to clean up homeless camps.
- WWU adopts 'real food' goal for dining halls Updated: Apr-23-16 3:05 am
BELLINGHAM, Washington - The idea sounds simple as pie.
- Woman crashes car into building to escape abusive boyfriend Updated: Apr-21-16 3:00 pm
BELLINGHAM, Washington - Whatcom County sheriff deputies say a woman intentionally crashed her car into a building to escape her new boyfriend who had kidnapped her and threatened further violence.
- Bellingham to make body cameras mandatory for officers Updated: Apr-20-16 3:06 am
BELLINGHAM, Washington - The Bellingham Police Department will require all uniformed patrol officers to wear and use body cameras starting this summer.
- Western Washington University reports anti-Semitic incidents Updated: Apr-13-16 6:32 pm
BELLINGHAM, Washington - Western Washington University officials say they are forming a task force after several anti-Semitic incidents earlier this year.
- Marijuana grinder resembling grenade halts airport flights Updated: Apr-12-16 5:49 am
BELLINGHAM, Washington - Officials say flights were delayed at Bellingham International Airport after a marijuana grinder designed to resemble a grenade was found in a man's carry-on luggage.
- Health officials close shellfish harvest Updated: Apr-06-16 10:40 am
BELLINGHAM, Washington - Health officials have closed the recreational harvest for all molluscan shellfish on beaches in northern Washington state.
- Port of Bellingham to pay $16M to injured ferry worker Updated: Apr-05-16 3:09 am
SEATTLE - The Port of Bellingham has been ordered to pay $16 million to an Alaska ferries employee who was injured while operating a faulty loading ramp at the port's cruise terminal.
- Drivers gets 4 years in crash that killed bicyclist Updated: Mar-31-16 12:17 pm
BELLINGHAM, Washington - A man who struck and killed a bicyclist and then left the scene of the crash in Blaine has been sentenced to four years in prison.
- Bellingham Herald carrier awarded Carnegie Medal for heroism Updated: Mar-31-16 11:52 am
BELLINGHAM, Washington - A Bellingham Herald carrier has been awarded a Carnegie Medal for heroism for rescuing a co-worker from raging floodwaters. A teacher from Lacey, Washington, was also honored for tackling and disarming a school shooter at North Thurston High School.
- 1 of 4 finalists for Nebraska university post withdraws name Updated: Mar-31-16 6:42 am
LINCOLN, Nebraska - One of the four finalists to become chancellor of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln has withdrawn his name.
- WWU trustees pick OSU provost as only finalist for president Updated: Mar-30-16 3:06 pm
BELLINGHAM, Washington - The Western Washington University board of trustees has picked the provost at Oregon State University as the preferred candidate to become the school's 14th president.