The US-Canadian border between Washington state and British Columbia will soon have been economically shuttered for an entire year.
Washington state residents living in Point Roberts will not be required to take a COVID-19 test before traveling through Canada for any essential services, officials said.
The feels like temperature in Bellingham was 7 degrees Friday morning with 40-plus mph winds.
Trees toppled into power lines west of Bellingham International Airport are to blame for just one power outage in Whatcom County.
One person was sent to the hospital with minor burns following an explosion at a Bellingham homeless camp.
A veteran Whatcom County corrections deputy is suspected of smuggling contraband items, including marijuana edibles, to a female inmate at the Whatcom County Jail’s Work Center.
The deadline set by Bellingham city officials has passed for residents occupying a homeless camp near the Civic Athletic Stadium to vacate the area.
A Yeager's Sporting Goods store employee shot a would-be robber who smashed a glass gun case in an attempt to steal firearms Thursday, Bellingham Police said.
The city of Bellingham has started clearing a camp outside City Hall where people without permanent shelter had set up tents and were living since mid-November to protest the lack of housing in the area.
The Bellingham school district has launched a task force to come up with a new school mascot name for the high school.
One student at Western Washington University was injured only slightly Tuesday night when high winds tossed a tree onto a student housing building in Bellingham.
Jan. 13 update: One Okanogan county jail escapee has been located and taken into custody, officials said.
A windstorm from overnight Wednesday caused damage to the Western Washington University campus and at least two trees fell onto a residence hall.
The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) has allocated nearly $1 million to go toward Asian giant hornet research and eradication efforts in Washington and other states.
Officials with the Washington Department of Ecology say they plan to start removing the train cars that derailed last week in Whatcom County starting Monday. The cause of the derailment is still unknown.
Clean up efforts continued Wednesday in the North Sound where an oil train derailed then caught fire near the small town of Custer.
BNSF Railroad representatives would not speculate whether the derailment was a criminal act. That will be up to law enforcement.
Ecologists say the location of the train derailment and crude oil fire in Whatcom County helped to minimize environmental impacts.
Evacuation orders have been lifted and the crude oil fire is out in Whatcom County a day after a BNSF train derailed and caught fire north of Bellingham.
Investigators were able to get close to the scene Wednesday morning to find out what happened and why.