A U-Haul trailer filled with nearly $30,000 worth of vintage amplifiers and music equipment was stolen Sunday morning from a Kent hotel, and a Clark County couple is desperately searching for those items that belonged to a man suffering from late-stage Alzheimer's disease.
KVI’s John Carlson and renowned author and university professor, Stephen Hayward, spend an hour talking about the on-going political battle over climate change, including sneaky things that influence the debate like a “non-falsifiable hypothesis” that many scientists invoke to stoke public fears about catastrophic climate change
KVI’s John Carlson points out the shallow news merits of the current legal battle involving Mars Hill Church pastor Mark Driscoll and two church co-founders.
KVI’s John Carlson examines the other side of the legal immigration debate and its impact on IT/tech jobs.
Watch the town hall discussion KOMO-TV aired Sept. 12 from 8-9:30 p.m. that gave supporters and opponents of initiatives 591 and 594 the opportunity to debate their stances and answer questions posed by audience members, online viewers, radio listeners and submitted by email.
Public health officials are warning that people may have been exposed to measles at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport.
For years, stories surrounding the inspiration of the Seahawks logo have swirled. No one seemed to have a clear idea on where it originated from until recently.
Police are searching for a missing 9-year-old boy who they believe may have been kidnapped by his biological father and taken away on his sailboat.
Normally road rage cases are sparked on a spur of the moment basis between two or more vehicles on the road but KVI’s John Carlson discovers a case where several drivers on I-5 near Grand Mound, WA intentionally targeted and tormented a family driving down the freeway.
A retired police dog who was stabbed two years ago in the line of duty died on Thursday.
KVI’s John Carlson interviews the author of a new book investigating the fatal Benghazi consulate attack on September 11, 2012.