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Home Carlson Clip: Will arming Syrian opposition backfire on US? (Audio)
Former KVI talk show host—now at KABC in Los Angeles, Bryan Suits rejoins KVI’s John Carlson to discuss the House of Representatives vote to authorize President Obama’s attack plan against ISIS and the potential for the military arms and expertise to be used against American forces in the future
Home Precious cargo found in wounded vet's stolen trailer Precious cargo found in wounded vet's stolen trailer (Video)
A wounded Iraq War veteran and his wife received great news Monday evening when they learned their stolen moving van and trailer were located, but the news was even better on Tuesday when they found out their son's ashes were safe.
Home Just how hot would a warm Seattle autumn and winter be? Just how hot would a warm Seattle autumn and winter be?
We've all heard how it's been such a hot summer. And you've likely been reading about how the Pacific Northwest is expected to maintain a warmer than normal autumn and winter.

UW Atmospheric Sciences professor Cliff Mass just did an excellent blog post showing why we're expected to be so warm. In a nutshell, Mass says a persistent ridge of high pressure last fall that kept the storms away also keep the ocean from churning very much, which is needed to mix in some cooler water from the depths of the ocean.