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'No one to serve': Sumas businesses struggling months after historic flooding

Businesses damaged by the flooding in November are struggling to stay open, or remain closed. SUMAS, Wash. — It's been more than two months since a series of floods swept through...

22-year-old senator says priority is flood relief for Whatcom County

Simon Sefzik replaces the late Senator Doug Ericksen, who passed away in mid-December. Simon Sefzik, 22, was appointed to the state Legislature last week to represent Whatcom County's 42nd District.  ...

'We’re here to love everybody': Volunteers help with flooding clean-up at Lewis County nonprofit

Nonprofit gets much-needed help from another group after disastrous flooding hits the area. LEWIS COUNTY, Wash. — The clean-up continues tonight in Lewis County where floods covered communities earlier this month....

Future uncertain for animal rescue after devastating flooding in Grays Harbor County

“I never expected to see it like this,” said Melissa Nolan with Misspits Rescue. GRAYS HARBOR COUNTY, Wash. — The cleanup continues for communities dealing with flooding in Grays Harbor County....

Interest in testing Seattle students for COVID-19 spikes ahead of first day back

More than 2,000 COVID-19 tests were done Sunday as Seattle students return from winter break and prepare to go back to class. SEATTLE — Families lined up outside the South Shore...

Seattle gyms worry omicron surge could scare away new year business

With the new year being an important time for gyms, some worry the omicron surge could scare customers and their resolutions away. SEATTLE — The first day of 2022 means a...

'Good timing': Snowstorm hits Seattle while many are still on vacation

Roads remain closed as people return from their holiday gatherings. SEATTLE — It was a winter wakeup call for people in Seattle.  Though many didn't have to go to...

Whatcom County Republicans hope to fill Sen. Doug Ericksen's role before 2022 legislative session

Washington Sen. Doug Ericksen died on Friday, Dec. 17. “It's quite a shock and there are some big shoes to fill,” Whatcom County Councilmember Kathy Kershner said. WHATCOM COUNTY, Wash. —...

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