Where there's no smoke, and no fire, can there still be trouble?
An Issaquah middle school closed for a third day on Friday as an investigation into a threatening letter found at the school made little headway, school officials said.
KOMO and KVI host John Carlson interviews Rep. Rick Larsen who supports normalizing US relations with Cuba. They also discuss North Korea’s role in the Sony pictures cyber-terror threat and hacking attack related to the movie spoof “The Interview”.
he Puyallup jail camera controversy has now gone to the jury. Last year 12 people -- mostly women -- argued their constitutional right to privacy was violated when jailhouse video captured them in some form of undress.
KVI’s John Carlson interviews Fox News strategic analyst Ralph Peters about the latest international crises in Pakistan (school children massacre), Cuba (Pres.
An Issaquah middle school has closed for the day after a letter was found threatening violence against staff members and a student at the school, officials said.
KVI's John Carlson analyzes the new plan to tax carbon polluters unveiled by Gov. Jay Inslee.
The top law enforcers of Lewis County are making bold statements regarding the recently enacted 'gun background check' initiative 594.
KVI’s John Carlson pays tribute to the Sydney, Australia hostage with Washington connections who may have saved fellow hostages when he confronted their captor but died after being shot in a confrontation that triggered police to storm the café where the stand-off had been taking place
Burglars stole more than $1,000 worth of gifts meant for needy children this Christmas. The items were taken Sunday morning from The Salvation Army's temporary warehouse in Port Angeles.
At least one building has been evacuated at the sprawling Amazon campus in Seattle's South Lake Union neighborhood after a bomb threat was received, witnesses said.