A mother and father have been arrested and charged with reckless endangerment after their three kids were discovered living in a squalor amid dangerous conditions inside their Eatonville home.
A Hawaii man is accused of stealing a donation jar for a little girl who is comatose and clinging to life while awaiting a heart transplant in Seattle.
When Lisa Letchworth logged into her TurboTax account to file her 2014 federal taxes, she got a big and unwelcome surprise: Someone had already filed a return in her name using her TurboTax login and password.
Nearly 13,000 people across Washington State experienced sticker shock this week after being billed three times their normal amount for health insurance.
KVI’s John Carlson lowers the boom on duplicitous environmental activists who opposed the Keystone XL Oil Pipeline, which President Obama just vetoed, and who are now opposing oil tanker train traffic through downtown Seattle.
The state Fish and Wildlife Department is alerting folks along the coast that a great white shark is operating in nearby waters.
Prayers are going out for Phyllis Sortor, a local missionary who was kidnapped Monday morning from a school compound in Nigeria, according to officials with the Free Methodist Church.
KVI's John Carlson tackles a new report about former teachers convicted of sex-crimes who continue to collect their taxpayer funded pensions.
You see them more and more in stores, on airplanes and even in restaurants: owners making dubious claims that their pets are "service dogs."
The healing has just begun for Nate Hatch, the only victim to survive the deadly October 24 shooting at Marysville Pilchuck High School.
KVI’s John Carlson interviews Seattle Port Commissioner Bill Bryant about the end to the acrimonious labor stand-off between the West Coast port operators and the ILWU.