John Carlson talks about the life and legacy of the former South African president who spent 27 years in jail in his fight to end apartheid. Known affectionately in Africa as "Madiba", Mandela can be seen here in his first televised news interview in 1961.
John Carlson coordinates the latest media coverage on yesterday's march by supporters of a $15 hour minimum wage for Seattle. It leads to a testy call from a KVI listener who disagrees with John about his views on the hefty minimum wage increase.
With political gridlock and divided government between control of Congress and the White House, President Obama and Fox News host, Neil Cavuto both share their views about the lack of political action this year.
A new report from our states anit-DUI work group ranks random sobriety check points high on their list of how to increase penalties and reduce DUIs. St. Rep. Roger Goodman joined John Carlson to state his case on why he's for the check points.
Earlier this week John Carlson spoke with Ron Unz, one of few conservatives who supports raising the minimum wage, but thinks $15 may be a bit too much.
This isn't your average "snooty" wine show. In fact it's far from it! Northwest Wine Night Radio with host Brian Calvert premieres on KVI Dec 7th at 5pm.
The 11 year-old girl was kicked out of a downtown Portland farmer’s market for not having a permit. Turns out if she were a street beggar or panhandler, she would have been allowed to stay.
Writing for Crosscut.com, John Carlson crafts a plan that could keep 777X production in the Puget Sound and make the machinists union happy.
John Carlson examines the latest cry from King County leaders to raise taxes to preserve Metro bus routes while Pierce Transit in Tacoma has just announced higher than expected sales tax revenue will allow them to maintain bus service after voters rejected a tax increase.