Four lanes of Interstate 5 are closed through South Seattle after a crash involving a rolled-over semi truck, officials said.
John Carlson analyzes the influence of new polling information given by black Americans that racial division is increasing since Pres. Obama was elected.
Federal Way-based timber company Weyerhaeuser announced plans on Tuesday to move its headquarters to Seattle.
A man is under arrest after he accidentally shot and killed his brother in their North Bend apartment Monday evening, Snoqualmie police said.
New information from an insurance company shows Seattle drivers have a lot more crashes than the national average, so John Carlson asks listeners to explain what makes Seattle drivers so bad.
A man accused of shooting two employees at a Kent gas station has been formally charged with two counts of first degree murder, prosecutors said Monday.
John Carlson brings guest Ace Robinson on the Commute with Carlson to discuss his recent Seattle Times guest Op-Ed piece titled, 'I grew up black in St. Louis. Here's why I left.
Hundreds of families were without phone service Saturday when vandals broke in and destroyed a cable communication service building in Yelm.
Burger King is set to buy Canadian restaurant chain Tim Hortons and move their headquarters to Canada. A controversial transaction that might cut its U.S. tax bill.
The following men and women are wanted on suspicion of various domestic-violence-related crimes in Washington state.
More than 300 pages of new information about the fatal shooting at Seattle Pacific University offer a more thorough look at what police were facing when they arrived at the campus.
John Carlson interviewed Randy Pepple, politicial consultant and creator of shift.wa.org on the Commute with Carlson. They discuss how the Republicans fared in the midterm primary elections.
Freedom Foundation's labor Analyst, Max Nelson joined the Commute with Carlson to discuss the Supreme Court's decision on Harris v. Quinn and the impact it will have on the Service Employees International Union.
John Carlson talks about the latest happenings in Ferguson, Missouri after the shooting of Michael Brown. He plays some audio of Rev. Jesse Jackson and Dr. Ben Carson from over the weekend. Carson explains why the Ferguson shooting isn't really about race.
A former Redmond police chief and a 16-year-old boy were killed in a head-on crash in Redmond Sunday night. The former chief's wife was critically injured and is being treated at a Seattle hospital.