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
The US Army got an earful Wednesday as community members warned of the dire consequences to the local economy if 11,000 soldiers leave Joint Base Lewis-McChord.
KVI's John Carlson digs into the "Deflate-gate" scandal with a Boston sportswriter who says the Patriots are ruining their legacy with these cheating scandals. Also, it appears police officer Darrin Wilson will face no federal civil rights charges for Michael Brown's shooting death.
KVI’s John Carlson interviews Everett, WA Congressman Rick Larsen who decided to watch the State of the Union speech from his couch rather than the House chamber with the rest of his elected colleagues.
It's been more than two decades since Eric Wynn was last called to the principal's office. Tuesday's visit, however, was by choice.
The state's top legal official will propose raising the smoking age from 18 to 21 at a special Wednesday news conference in Olympia.
It is the pass that put the Seattle Seahawks into the Super Bowl -- again. In overtime, Russell Wilson threw it to Jermaine Kearse, who threw it ... Scott Shelton?
Seattle protesters blocked traffic on Highway 99 (Aurora Ave.) and Mercer Street for Martin Luther King Jr. Day in a withering attempt to keep the “Hands Up, Don’t Shoot” narrative alive.
Green Bay Packers fans who cheered their team on from Seattle were left stunned Sunday after the Seahawks come-from-behind win in the NFC Championship.
Seahawk QB Russell Wilson’s emotional tears, the quitter fans who walked out of Seahawks Stadium in the 4th quarter only to regret their hasty decision as the Seahawks stormed back from a 16-point deficit to advance to their 2nd straight Super Bowl.
Marijuana edibles are blamed for a recent spike in child overdose cases, and now King County health officials are calling for a pot candy crackdown.
KVI’s John Carlson tracks two stories about Gov. Jay Inslee. One an attempt to increase the budget for a state labor center by over 300%, the other a disturbing comment by a climate policy committee appointee by Gov. Inslee who suggests a plan to “cap and jail” carbon polluters.
KVI’s John Carlson explores a new plan from Gov. Jay Inslee who wants to reduce property crimes by assigning more convicts to community supervision rather than jailing the offenders.
Public transit in Seattle has gone to the dogs.