KVI’s John Carlson examines two cases of political carpet bagging in Puget Sound—one in Federal Way and another outside Bellingham. Also, environmental policy guru Todd Myers joins Carlson to discuss two different stories of Gov.
Seattle-based Starbucks is telling baristas and other retail employees to refrain from wearing almost all jewelry, including engagement rings, while at work. The coffee giant says it is adhering to federal food safety guidelines, as it amps up food offerings at thousands of stores over the next five years.
Hundreds of parents attended a meeting at Marysville Pilchuck High School on Tuesday night to ask questions about last week's shooting that left three students dead and three others in the hospital.
KVI’s John Carlson interviews Democrat State Senator, Tim Sheldon, about the questionable attack ads targeting his campaign that were paid for with outside money.
A rescue operation to retrieve Bertha from beneath the earth will have to wait on archaeologists, who've just been cleared to enter an excavation pit where cultural artifacts might be buried.
A 16-year-old North Kitsap High School student was arrested late Tuesday after claiming he had a "kill list" and threatened to shoot up the school, police said.
Police are asking for the public's help in locating a missing man with mental health issues.
KVI's John Carlson revisits the speech that put Ronald Reagan on the political map and shifted America’s political landscape—his 1964 “A Time to Choose” speech supporting presidential nominee, Sen. Barry Goldwater.
Police say a 16-year-old student was arrested Monday morning after he brought a Molotov cocktail to a school near Seattle's Space Needle, just days after a mass shooting at a school in nearby Marysville.
KVI's John Carlson covers the agony and the heroism after the Marysville-Pilchuck HS cafeteria shooting, the local election "Outrage of the Day" with guest Randy Pepple and two prominent Democrats claiming they have the campaign strategy to help Democrats maintain control of the US Senate.