Think you're not tailgating? Watch one way police are proving area drivers wrong
Doug Dahl, the Target Zero Manager for the Whatcom County Traffic Safety Task Force, interviews Whatcom County Sheriff's Deputy Lonnie Bauman about efforts to crack down on tailgating to make area roads safer.
The Washington State Department of Transportation explains how to safely navigate the multi-lane traffic circle, also known as a roundabout, at the intersection of Guide Meridian (SR 539) and Pole Road (SR 544).
Interstate 5 was closed for several hours near the Whatcom-Skagit county line Friday afternoon, May 11, due to an incident with a suicidal man on the North Lake Samish overpass, according to Washington State Patrol.
Recently released footage of a near head-on collision on Highway 2 near Leavenworth on March 23 shows how dangerous distracted driving can be. It is the leading cause of fatalities among teen drivers across the nation.
Another harrowing road rage incident captured on video shows a suspect ramming his vehicle into a motorcyclist in Sarasota, Fla. recently. A witness said that the motorist threw change at the biker, who is recovering from his injuries.
Kulshan Cycles sales manager Zac Dubel shows how to fit a bike helmet properly using the two-fingers method at the Bellingham bike shop Wednesday, Nov. 30, 2016. Dubel says that a person getting a new helmet should try the helmet on and have a pro
B.D. Thompson of the Washington State Patrol demonstrates the "Kid-A-Pult," which shows how kids without seat belts can be injured in a car wreck. In Washington, the minimum fine for not securing a child in a car seat is $475.
A map generated from satellite imagery shows the spread of wildfire smoke across the Pacific Northwest and the forecast for Tuesday, Aug. 14. Air quality in the region ranged from unhealthy for sensitive groups to moderate.
Former Trump adviser Omarosa Manigault Newman released multiple secret recordings. Some say the recordings are a serious breach of ethics and security, but did Manigault Newman break the law? One former federal prosecutor weighs in.
Joel Ingram, habitat biologist for Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife, and Jeff Littlejohn, hobby farm owner, talk about low water flow in Pepin Creek and the deaths of aquatic animals along Double Ditch Road on Monday, Aug. 13, near Lynden.