The day may soon come when just touching your cell phone while driving will get you a ticket. A bill (SB 5656) toughening the distractive driving law has passed the state Senate, and just received a hearing in the state House.
Maple Valley, WA resident, Evan Buetow, the team leader of accused deserter Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, joins John Carlson for an extensive interview about his reaction to the military charges against Bergdahl and the night he disappeared from their post near the Pakistan border in Afghanistan.
City and police officials say they'll review their response to a semi-truck crash that ended up shutting down the southbound lanes of SR-99 just south of the Viaduct for nine hours Tuesday evening, leading to epic gridlock across the city.
A Carnation man was found guilty Wednesday of six counts of aggravated first-degree murder in the mass killings of six members of his girlfriend's family on Christmas Eve 2007.
Troopers don't always stop people in the HOV lanes, but when they do, they prefer "dos" passengers.
Embattled Auditor, Troy Kelly, faces more calls to explain why he's being investigated by federal authorities. KVI's John Carlson examines the call by Olympia lawmakers requesting Kelly be more transparent about the questions involving one of his office employees.
Five beds, five baths, and a 20,000 square foot vintage automobile facility for 30 cars (with two paint booths, three showrooms, storage, barn, offices, reception area and ground keepers studio).
Some parents in the Edmonds School District are raising questions about a possible connection between artificial turf and cancer. They're concerned about the so-called crumb rubber that's used in the artificial fields that the district may use to replace some of its grass fields.
A semi-truck that overturned on the southbound lanes of State Route 99 near Safeco Field Tuesday afternoon and snarled traffic for hours was removed from the road at around 11:15p.m. The road reopened less than 30 minutes later.
There could eventually be two less lanes of traffic in one of Seattle's busiest areas. It's part of an idea to help downtown streetcars get from one point to another without traffic being in the way.