President Obama signed an emergency disaster declaration Wednesday for areas of Washington state scorched by wildfires.
KVI’s Lars Larson, in for John Carlson, interviews a Washington State Dept. of Agriculture spokesman who confirms that Gov. Inslee has halted police protection for state grain inspectors at the Port of Vancouver.
KVI’s Lars Larson, subbing for John Carlson, examines two conflicting legal rulings on the federal subsidies in ObamaCare. Larson talks to Washington Policy Center’s health policy director, Dr.
With an average of 8,000 servicemembers coming through Seattle-Tacoma International Airport's USO Center each month, the current 3,400 square-foot space that the center currently occupies is busting at the seams.
The city of Medina says its taxpayers won't be footing the bill for President Obama's visit to former Costco CEO Jim Sinegal's home as part of the president's whirlwind fundraising tour Tuesday afternoon across the Seattle and Eastside areas.
A newly-released journal sheds new light onto the violent fantasies of accused Seattle Pacific University gunman Aaron Ybarra.
Seven people accused of causing explosions while extracting hash oil from marijuana were charged Tuesday in federal court.
Puget Sound drivers need to be prepared for an extended commute home Tuesday as President Barack Obama arrives in town during the evening rush hour for a quick visit to raise funds for the Democratic National Committee.
There was an unusual competitor at the 19th Annual STAR 101.5 Wiener Dog Races. Meet 'Anderson Pooper', the wheelchair bound dachshund. Watch Anderson in all his glory for the whole 1:20. He will make your day.
John Carlson compares and contrasts some of the latest statements by President Obama and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on the escalation in the Hamas controlled Gaza Strip.
John Carlson riffs on the unfortunate timing of President Obama’s two big fat cat fundraisers in Bellevue's Hunt’s Point and Medina neighborhoods later today and the expected traffic chaos its expected to bring as I-90 construction is down to one lane between Bellevue and Mercer Island.
John Carlson and KVI listeners conduct an extensive discussion about the suggestion by Mexican telecommunications billionaire, Carlos Slim, that most workers should enjoy more time off when they’re younger and work a 3 or 4-day week.
With marijuana officially legal and available to all Washington adults, there is now a growing call for the marijuana industry to do more to warn people about what's actually in the edible pot-infused products they're buying.
These 13 men and women are the newest additions to the Washington State Department of Corrections' list of most-wanted sex offenders.
As the Israel and Hamas conflict intensifies, John Carlson interviews Fox News strategic affairs analyst, Ralph Peters, about the blunt assessment by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu describing the tactics of rocket launchers in Gaza surrounding themselves with civilians.