Whatcom County Prosecutor David S. McCahran reads the probable cause to hold Mark Redwine in jail during his first appearance in Whatcom Superior Court in Bellingham Tuesday, July 24, 2017. Redwine is wanted in Colorado in connection with the murder of his son 13-year-old son Dylan.
A pipe and drum band made up of firefighters from several departments from around the state lead the procession into Northwest Washington Fairgrounds for Lynden Fire Chief Robert Spinner on Saturday, July 22, in Lynden.
Kenneth Bruce Davis, presents himself as defense counsel during a case in Whatcom County District Court. He is charged with two felonies for acting as an attorney when he did not have a license to practice law.
Jill Levenson was excited to see a bear in her backyard near Bellingham Tuesday, July 18, 2017. The bear, who destroyed a suet feeder and climbed a tree with his lunch, is believed to be the bird food-loving bear nicknamed Barkley Bear who raided Barkley neighborhood bird feeders earlier this summer.
A bear, believed to be the bird food-loving bear nicknamed Barkley Bear who raided Barkley neighborhood bird feeders earlier this summer, visits Jill Levenson's backyard just outside Bellingham Tuesday, July 18, 2017. She said this is the first time in the 19 years she has lived in the house that there has been a bear in the yard, which backs into woods and up into the mountains.
IMCO General Construction demolishes the Carpenter Building at Fairhaven Shipyard on Tuesday, July 18, in Bellingham. The demolition is part of a $12.5 million Port of Bellingham waterfront cleanup project at the site of Fairhaven Shipyard. The 10,000-square-foot building was built in the early 1900s when a fish cannery occupied the area.
The Marine Life Center at the Port of Bellingham has a new giant Pacific octopus on display. They're caught periodically and brought to the center, which has aquariums that showcase fish and other creatures of Bellingham Bay and the Salish Sea -- including a touch tank. Admission is free; donations accepted. Information online at marinelifecenter.org.
Jack, a rescue dog, trains for the first day on a boat in the Puget Sound to track feces of endangered killer whales for scientific research. He is a part of the Conservation Canine program at the University of Washington.
Jessica Franklin was 17 when she was strangled in September 2007. Her mother, Cyndi Franklin, has maintained a roadside memorial on Lincoln Street in Bellingham, Washington, where Jessica's body was found, for nine years.