Seattle Children's Hospital announced Friday that two children have tested positive for the uncommon Enterovirus D-68 strain.
With a big demonstration and march on Sunday, climate change supporters gather in Seattle. WPC's Todd Myers and Seattle activist/rally organizer, Jess Spear, have a sizzling debate on the necessity of U.N. action on climate change on the Commute with Carlson.
Congressman Rick Larsen votes to arm Syrian opposition in the fight against ISIS but has concerns. He joined John Carlson on the Commute with Carlson to discuss his decision.
King County deputies held a jewelry viewing event on Vashon Island Thursday to help reunite theft victims with their jewels.
A local mother has filed a formal complaint with King County Metro Transit after a driver allegedly told her to get off his bus because her crying 2-year-old was giving him a headache.
Two men were evicted from a North Seattle rental property Thursday morning after a months-long battle between neighbors and renters.
A group of University of Washington students took a class project and created a piece of technology that they say can possibly prevent sexual assault.
The King County sheriff's office says the 20-year-old housemate of a man found murdered at a home in Sammamish, Washington, has been arrested in British Columbia.
Former KVI talk show host—now at KABC in Los Angeles, Bryan Suits rejoins KVI’s John Carlson to discuss the House of Representatives vote to authorize President Obama’s attack plan against ISIS and the potential for the military arms and expertise to be used against American forces in the future
Nearly one year in to office and Seattle crime stats—especially murder and car theft—are both up as Mayor Ed Murray has focused heavily on the $15 minimum wage increase passed earlier this year.
KVI’s John Carlson and listeners evaluate the pros and cons of Scotland seceding from the United Kingdom as voting takes place today.