State Sen. Doug Ericksen, R-Ferndale, and 42nd Rep. Vincent Buys, R-Lynden, answer questions at a town hall event on Thursday, Oct. 12, at Western Washington University in Bellingham. They address: Education spending / Homelessness and mental health (2:33) /
Climate change (4:05) / Conservative viewpoints in higher education (6:22) / Transgender bathroom rights (9:03)
Bellingham Police are investigating a report of lewd conduct in the York neighborhood, at least the eighth possibly related incident of voyeurism this year. A Bellingham Herald reader sent this audio recording from a police scanner.
For the fourth time, the County Council is restricting new rural developments that rely on domestic wells in Whatcom County, in response to a controversial Supreme Court ruling known as the Hirst decision. These county residents spoke at a public hearing Tuesday, Oct, 10 on the issue. Video courtesy of Whatcom County
Here's how the Section 8 housing voucher program works, and why some of the poorest Whatcom County residents are having trouble finding a place to live that they can afford -- even with financial assistance.
Students share their blood and their thoughts on why it is important to donate after the Las Vegas massacre during a blood drive at Western Washington University Tuesday, Oct. 3, 2017. Bloodworks Northwest will continue the drive Wednesday and Thursday at WWU.
Greg Bosworth, from Bowen Island, B.C., greets his daughter at Bellingham International Airport after she and two friends returned from the Las Vegas concert that ended with 58 dead and hundreds wounded.