Warmer and dryer temperatures push all of Western Washington farther towards wildfire danger, that’s why a North Sound conservation district offers a program that helps homeowners learn how to reduce the risk of losing property to wildfire.
Bellingham police arrested a man after he allegedly beheaded two calves and left their heads at the home of a woman he was ordered not to contact.
The son of a man who died while in Bellingham police custody has filed a precursor to a lawsuit with the city over his father’s death.
Bellingham Police are investigating how two beheaded calves came to be in the middle of a road early Wednesday.
UPDATE: A 62-year-old woman was arrested on a murder charge Tuesday (April 13) in connection with Flood's death.
State agriculture officials are asking residents with hummingbird feeders to "keep an eye out" for Asian giant hornets, the invasive honey bee predator that scientists have been trying to eradicate since the first Washington state sighting in late 2019.
The Washington State Department of Agriculture is moving forward with new rules that would give them more tools to combat the spread of invasive Asian giant hornets.
The Whatcom County Council has unanimously approved changing its indecent exposure law to OK breastfeeding.
The Whatcom County Sheriff's Office is warning about a disturbing trend: five people have died from fentanyl-related overdoses in a two-week period.
The U.S. Marshals and local law enforcement in San Diego arrested Roderick Muchikekwanape, 42, on March 26, 2021 after receiving multiple anonymous tips from the public.
A Bellingham councilwoman is speaking out about an attack on her husband at a protest outside the mayor's home.
Bellingham city leaders are struggling to find a solution for the campers moving from park to park: they have offered shelter, but ultimately they "can't tell people where to go."
A homeless encampment that moved from one park to another in Bellingham has been shut down again.
The brother of a man whose corpse was used without permission for training by the Bellingham Fire Department can sue over it, the Washington Supreme Court said Thursday.
Wildlife officials in Washington state have said British Columbia and U.S. federal and state agencies will work together to track, trap and eradicate Asian giant hornets in the Pacific Northwest. The agencies will set out bottle traps for 22 consecutive weeks, from July to November. Trapping methods will be slightly different from last year
Crews cleared a large homeless encampment from a Bellingham public space for the second time in less than two months, but tents are already popping up at another park.
Bellingham officials removed another large homeless encampment from city property Tuesday morning.
The search is on in Bellingham for a man police say tried to kidnap a college student.
Southwest Airlines announced the low-fare carrier plans to begin flying to Bellingham, Washington later in 2021.
A Bellingham mother is demanding action regarding safety around homeless encampments in her neighborhood after a man groped her 11-year-old daughter while she waited for a ride home from gymnastics practice.