National Review's John Fund explains the next phase in the House Speaker decisions and the possible candidates to step into the void left by Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy, another college campus fatal shooting seems to be between two fraternities (er, fraternity members), more reaction to the Kevin McCarthy decision, President Obama's visit to Oregon will be low profile
TX Sen. Ted Cruz humiliates the Sierra Club president about the vaunted claim that 97% of scientists agree on global climate warming change.
Congressman Dave Reichert talks to Carlson about a just concluded meeting on what will happen with the next Republican House Speaker and Kevin McCarthy's decision to withdraw.
Vancouver city officials say they don't plan on fixing several striping jobs after paint spread across the roads, despite demands from some residents to re-paint.
A Seahawks-themed tent trailer is adrift off Blake Island, the Coast Guard said Friday morning.
The owner of two pit bulls accused of viciously attacking a Tacoma woman says her dogs are innocent, and now a hearing examiner will decide the fate of the dogs.
The Roseburg, OR Umpqua CC psycho-murderer was discharged from the US Army after a suicide attempt, and many Roseburg, OR survivors and family members say they will now buy firearms and obtain carry permits to keep themselves safe.
Rupert Murdoch apologizes after a dodgy comparison of Pres.
An emotional phone call from a formerly homeless woman in Tacoma who talks about what it takes to escape being homeless, its National Bring Your Bible to School Day, plus more calls about homelessness problems in Seattle and what incentive do local bureaucrats have to really end homelessness.
SEIU dues membership decreasing after court challenge, Blue Lives Matter signs are popping up in more U.S. cities, everything you need to know about Tacoma's dueling $15 minimum wage increase ballot measures (1 and 1b).
Plus, Hillary Clinton's e-mail server problems continue.