The Centralia School District has agreed to pay $372,000 to a state healthcare agency following a year-long investigation by the state attorney general's office.
A sticker could signal bad news for people who park in Seattle as there's a possible new warning system to nab drivers who try to skip out on their parking tickets.
John Carlson and Fox News strategic affairs analyst, Ralph Peters, discuss whether or not a more violent and dangerous group could take the place of Hamas in the Gaza Strip if the Israelis were ever to knock them out of power.
John Carlson covers the numerous examples that are piling up of Sec. Kerry’s apparent bias toward Hamas at the expense of Israel.
John Carlson examines the non-answer that President Obama gives when he’s asked by a CNBC reporter about what tax rate that the wealthiest earners in America should be paying. Also, bonus coverage of a new political ailment known as ‘Obama Fatigue’.
A cup of coffee can mean needed money for non-profit groups up and down I-5, but one group operating at a rest stop near Smokey Point says donations are down, and the state is to blame.
A swimmer lost in the surf off Ocean Shores Saturday night is presumed dead, and now some say his drowning could have been prevented if the city had kept its surf rescue team.
The mission to save the giant Bertha tunneling machine stuck 60 feet under Seattle has hit another delay.
John Carlson strongly disagrees with Fox News contributor and author, George Will, on the potential for allowing an estimated 57,000 Central American illegal immigrant “border children” to remain in the US.
Former Washington Senator and September 11th Commission report member, Slade Gorton, joins John Carlson to discuss the new report which emphasizes cyber attack as the most likely form of terrorist threat as al Qaeda enjoys a resurgence in areas of Africa, Yemen and potentially in parts of Syria and Iraq