A U.S. Army combat engineering unit is going through the 'stress shoot' test at Joint Base Lewis-McChord. The 100 members of the 571st Combat Engineer Company were all set to head to Afghanistan, but instead are staying home giving us an exclusive look at their preparation efforts.
Thieves have stolen a wheelchair ramp from a disabled senior in Northeast Portland. Now she is stuck in her home.
A longtime opponent of the Seattle waterfront tunnel project has filed a lawsuit to stop repairs on "Bertha."
A West Seattle high school shoots a video to build support for the April 22 special election for the 10-year, $1.
Pursuing answers from Washington’s two Senators, Patty Murray and Maria Cantwell, KVI morning show substitute host Phil Vandervort hits a road block as he sorts out the pros and cons of building the politically divisive oil pipeline through the mid-west between Canada and eastern Texas.
A Seattle businessman’s nominal effort to help homeless people is being roundly criticized by homeless advocates. Sitting in for John Carlson, producer Phil Vandervort, talks about the disapproval this charitable effort received in liberal Seattle.
Daily Show host Jon Stewart discovers the unintentionally funny story of the day which is Pres. Obama’s explanation of how 7 million people signed up for ObamaCare.
A former Tacoma high school teacher pleaded not guilty to a new sex charge against her. In another new development Meredith Powell nearly was cited for contempt by posting a 'thank you' to a student's Facebook page.
Between Bust-A-Move and the "Sopranos" pinball machine, Brad Johnsen thinks about Street Fighter and life on the street. "We're successful and able to give back something," he said.
Investigators say dozens of bicycles are tied to a drug operation in Marysville where the dealer traded dope for stolen property.
Chair of the Select Committee on Minimum Wage and Income Inequality, Seattle City Councilwoman Sally Clark, just issued a newsletter about the closed door hearings she’s leading on the $15 an hour minimum wage and it doesn’t sound good for business owners.
NCAA men’s basketball tournament MVP from the University of Connecticut, Shabazz Napier, led his “Hungry Huskies” to the title over Kentucky 60-54, but Napier’s comments off the court about paying college athletes and student-athletes possibly organizing a labor union have really generated more attention on the billion-dollar business of college sports