A high school teacher and activist is suing the city of Seattle, claiming police officers unlawfully pepper sprayed him as he left a peaceful rally on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.
KVI’s Lars Larson, in for John Carlson, takes the Seattle police officer to task who inexplicably decided to stop a 70-Year-old pedestrian who was using a golf club as a cane while standing on the curb in West Seattle.
A 2.8 earthquake rattled the Eastside Thursday morning, according to the Pacific Northwest Seismic Network.
The new $48 million Thurston County lockup, which has sat vacant for four years, may get its first inmates this year.
Republican state senators in Olympia are sharply divided over a plan to halt Seattle's downtown tunnel project, aka Big Bertha. KVI's John Carlson talks to two of those Republicans who are on opposite sides of this argument. Also, a Pierce Co.
Just like chips and soda, Seattle-area residents are now able to buy marijuana from a vending machine.
A pair of state lawmakers in Olympia say it's time to pull the plug on Bertha, the problem-plagued tunneling machine now stuck 120 feet underground near Seattle's waterfront.
KVI’s John Carlson interviews St. Sen. Mike Baumgartner about his plan to halt the Big Bertha downtown Seattle tunnel project and reinforce the existing Viaduct instead, because the tunnel dig is way behind schedule (nearly 2 years) and millions of dollars over budget.
Who says Marshawn Lynch never speaks to the media?
Some of the loudest full-throated cheers didn't come from longshoremen. They came for a longshorewoman
Deflate-gate Day 5! KVI’s John Carlson interviews Seahawks’ Ring of Honor QB (and longtime NFL assistant & head coach), Jim Zorn, who explains the football chain of custody in the NFL and why he tends to believe Tom Brady’s explanation of not knowing how the footballs were deflated during the AFC title game