A home, a car and a kidney center are riddled with bullet holes in a wild shooting in the city's Central District.
Seattle Parks and Recreation is proposing a new rule that would ban smoking and tobacco use at public parks across the city. It's an idea that has some smokers wondering what could be next if the proposal becomes law.
As if Seattle’s downtown crime problems weren’t bad enough, now a tourist in town to watch NCAA tourney basketball games at Key Arena has been mugged and attacked in broad daylight.
KVI’s John Carlson interviews St. Senate budget chair, Andy Hill, about the next phase in the budget battle between the Republican/fiscally conservative Senate and the Democrat-controlled House of Representatives.
Civic leaders in Seattle formed a task force Thursday in response to a recent spike in hate crimes, while community activists launched a safety shuttle aimed at getting the gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender community around Capitol Hill safely.
Seattle has a new focus to confront hate crimes, and a community group is offering a safety shuttle as one solution.
Passengers on board a Metro bus involved in a freak crash on the State Route 520 bridge Tuesday night are describing what they experienced.
The Starbucks #RaceTogether discussion prompts a frustrated KVI listener to call host John Carlson and share why he feels reluctant to vote for Republicans when push comes to shove on conservative politics. Seattle's Mayor, Ed Murray, unveils a $900 million 9-year transportation tax plan.
KVI's John Carlson interviews the executive vice-chair of the Conference of Presidents, Malcolm Hoenline, about the Israeli election results and what happens next in Iran and Iraq as the geo-political maneuvers intensify ahead of Iran's nuclear negotiations with the U.N.
We pause to remember the two men who died when the Air 4 helicopter crashed upon take-off one year ago today.
Eight people were hurt when a construction mishap on the 520 Bridge project toppled a freeway sign onto the bridge, striking a Metro bus in the process, Washington State Patrol troopers said.
KVI’s John Carlson interviews the Everett, WA State Rep. June Robinson (D) who wants to end Boeing tax breaks if they move too many jobs out of state. Also, Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz defends the company’s plan to encourage baristas to talk about race relations with customers.
The Federal Aviation Administration has launched an investigation after a helicopter crew spotted a drone flying just a few feet above KOMO's AIR 4.
Habitat for Humanity is asking for the public's help after thieves stole tools and other equipment from a job site in Tacoma.
Police in Bellingham are sounding the alarm over toxic trash.