Supreme Court rules gay marriage is legal in all 50 states, thus nullifying Federalism, Carlson interviews National Review columnist Andy McCarthy about the gay marriage ruling and the trendline for the Supremes with yesterday's ObamaCare subsidies ruling.
former US Sen. Slade Gorton joins Carlson to discuss the gay marriage ruling, a Kirkland, WA man racks up $14,000 in fines for unpaid tolls on the 520 bridge, but he says he only owes $890, and ShiftWA.com's Randy Pepple talks about the futile end of a 2nd special session in the Olympia legislature.
An 86-year-old man died trying to fight a brush fire near his home in Marysville Thursday afternoon.
Seattle police say they've nabbed the ringleader of a prolific burglary ring, and now they're trying to reunite hundreds of stolen items with their rightful owners.
Supreme Court upholds subsidies for ObamaCare, John Carlson interviews two health care experts, Dr. Roger Stark and Issaquah’s Phil Dyer about the ruling and what it means for the political future of ObamaCare.
More ObamaCare analysis on the majority and minority opinions, several crimes around Everett point to the volatility of drug use and its impact on people there, and John Carlson interviews a medical doctor about the growing concerns about racial disparity in punishment of school students in local schools
A Clallam County man is under investigation for animal abuse after multiple carcasses were found around his home and barnyard.
A teen boy pulled unconscious Tuesday from the waters of Lake Wilderness near Maple Valley has died.
A skeptical shopper got more than he bargained for at a weekend yard sale in Snohomish County.
A series of pedestrian improvements along Aurora Avenue may not be the safest way to get around Seattle.