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.
A 23-year-old woman was stabbed by a robber in Renton Tuesday afternoon, and the robber is still on the loose.
Fearing for a neighbor dog’s health, a group of Pierce County neighbors kidnapped the dog and took ‘Kiki’ to the Humane Society but KVI’s John Carlson asks if the dognappers went too far.
KVI's John Carlson tracks the latest twists on anti-extremism summit and how Obama officials don't want the event to include the descriptor 'Islam'. State Senators in Olympia pass a 2/3rds requirement to raise taxes which could nullify Gov. Jay Inslee's plan to raise taxes this session.
KVI’s John Carlson tracks the latest reaction to the state AG’s discrimination lawsuit against a Richland, WA flower shop owner, Baronelle Stutzman, who is being sued for refusing to serve a customer who wanted flowers for a gay wedding.
Former KVI host Bryan Suits discusses the Paris hostage crisis involving the 3-4 suspects wanted for the massacre at the satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo and the murder of a French police officer this week.
KVI’s John Carlson interviews Fox News strategic analyst Ralph Peters who says it may be a lost cause to prevent more terrorist/jihadi attacks from happening in France.
KVI’s John Carlson talks about an upset mother in Snoqualmie, WA who’s 11-year-old daughter and friend who saw internet porn on a computer screen being used by an adult library patron at the Snoqualmie branch of the King County library system.
A local family is angry that their loved one's killer could soon walk free decades early.
Despite the change in calendar, two dominate stories from 2014 are still making news as we start 2015. KVI's John Carlson starts with a counter-strategy for Gov.