Police say a head-on crash that killed a woman and critically injured two others was caused by a distracted driver.
A SeaTac International Airport ramp worker takes a nap inside an Alaska Airlines 737 cargo hold. While snoozing the baggage handler ended up being closed inside and the jet took off for Los Angeles.
Fiscal conservatives in the Washington State Senate have drafted an education funding plan that will actually cut state college and university tuition rates and it doesn't raise any taxes. KVI's John Carlson interviews the author of the education funding plan St. Sen. John Braun.
Jurors deciding if convicted killer Joe McEnroe should be sentenced to death by lethal injection will hear from the murderer Tuesday.
A sleepy Sea-Tac Airport worker who used the cargo hold of an Alaska Airlines 737 for a nap was awakened in a panic when the flight took off for Los Angeles, Alaska Airlines officials said.
At least one person was killed when part of Highway 410 collapsed onto a vehicle in Bonney Lake, according to East Pierce Fire and Rescue officials.
Troubling questions persist regarding the 75-to-100-foot section of concrete that fell from a Bonney lake overpass during construction Monday, killing someone in a truck below.
The sinking continues in Pioneer Square and now it comes with a cost.
Hillary Clinton scrutinized a new as she officially announces her foregone conclusion of a presidential campaign for 2016. KVI’s John Carlson examines the key reaction to Hillary’s obstacles as she tries to summit the White House election precipice.
A murdered toddler was recently depicted in a political cartoon about gun violence, and the boy's family is furious with what they call the newspaper's "deplorable" decision.
Police are searching for a man who doused a woman with gasoline and set her on fire after an argument in South Seattle on Sunday evening.
A man was rushed to the hospital in critical condition Friday morning after he was pulled from a burning home in Fauntleroy, Seattle fire officials said.
John talks with Marc Levin, Policy Director for Right on Crime, about the inability of ex-offenders to find work, despite having served short sentences.
Two Snohomish County teenagers are being hailed as heroes for saving the life of a stranger.