Bellingham artist demonstrates his mural painting technique in downtown alley
Shawn Cass, also known as Ruckas, starts to add Miles Davis to a mural of soul, blues, jazz, funk and r&b musicians on the alley side of Tha Outlet on Wednesday, Aug. 6, in Bellingham, Washington. Cass was inspired by photos of musicians hanging o
The Pacific Whale Watch Association, which includes 32 companies in Washington and British Columbia, has adopted vessel operation guidelines it says will better protect killer whales and humpbacks in the Salish Sea.
Ron Guier makes his first appearance in Whatcom County Superior Court on Friday, April 13, in Bellingham. Guier is accused of first-degree child rape, first-degree child molestation, first-degree incest, second-degree rape and witness tampering.
A DUI and distracted driving demonstration was held at Ferndale High School and was a collaboration between St. Joseph Medical Center, Whatcom County Fire District 7, Washington State Patrol, Ferndale Police and Airlift Northwest.
Andrew Dahl, then 14, set a new Guinness World Record on April 11, 2008 by blowing up 213 balloons with his nose at the Blaine Public Library. In September of that same year, he broke his own record on "Live with Regis and Kelly" with 308 balloons.
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
Kit Spicer, WWU Dean of the College of Fine and Performing Arts, talks about Sculpture Woods on Tuesday, March 27, on Lummi Island. Sculpture Woods is home to 16 bronze statues by artist Ann Morris, as well as Morris' studio.