Doors opened early Thursday morning for what is expected to be the state's largest-ever free clinic. Through Sunday, volunteers will offer a wide range of medical, dental, and vision services to thousands of patients who otherwise may not be able to afford care.
A candidate for state legislature filed a lawsuit this week, accusing his opponent of running doctored images on television meant to depict him as "lecherous" and a "voyeur."
Starting Monday, October 27th John Carlson will add another broadcast to his KVI morning show “The Commute with Carlson” when he starts a brand new show on sister-station KOMO Newsradio, “John Carlson On the News”, from 10a-noon.
In the wake of the assassination of a Canadian soldier, Corporal Nathan Cirillo, at the National War Memorial in Ottawa, Ontario by a gunman who reportedly had mental health problems and been a recent convert to Islam, KVI’s John Carlson delves into the complexities within the Muslim community involved with speaking out publicly against terrorist acts and groups like ISIS
Republican Pedro Celis continues to narrow the gap in his Congressional campaign against incumbent Democrat, Susan Del Bene, in Washington’s 1st District (from Kirkland north along the Cascade foothills to the Canadian border).
A man and woman were shot early Thursday at a Burien apartment building, and now police are trying to piece together what led to the shooting.
Deputies in Jackson County had quite a surprise when they responded to a rollover crash near Medford Wednesday night.
It was the 1987 extra-marital affair scandal of Gary Hart and it derailed his presidential campaign.
King County Sheriff John Urquhart is publicly criticizing the controversial former director of the civilian watchdog overseeing complaints against Urquhart's deputies.
KVI’s John Carlson examines the new information about the official autopsy just released for 18-year-old Michael Brown shot and killed by Ferguson Police officer, Darrin Wilson.
KVI’s John Carlson enjoys some political moments of levity with MSNBC’s Ed Schultz and Fox News analyst, Charles Krauthammer.