Prayers are going out for Phyllis Sortor, a local missionary who was kidnapped Monday morning from a school compound in Nigeria, according to officials with the Free Methodist Church.
KVI's John Carlson tackles a new report about former teachers convicted of sex-crimes who continue to collect their taxpayer funded pensions.
You see them more and more in stores, on airplanes and even in restaurants: owners making dubious claims that their pets are "service dogs."
The healing has just begun for Nate Hatch, the only victim to survive the deadly October 24 shooting at Marysville Pilchuck High School.
KVI’s John Carlson interviews Seattle Port Commissioner Bill Bryant about the end to the acrimonious labor stand-off between the West Coast port operators and the ILWU.
The owners of several dogs returning from the prestigious Westminster Dog Show in New York say Delta Airlines lost their show dogs at JFK Airport.
KVI’s John Carlson interviews the attorney at the heart of two religious freedom cases in Washington.
How about this for a movie script: A man who hates math gets punched in the face and turns into a math savant. It's not Hollywood -- it's real. In fact, experts say it could happen to any of us.
In the legal case that could set precedent for religious freedom, a judge has ruled against the owner of Arlene’s Flowers in Richland, WA, Baronelle Stutzman, who declined to serve a customer seeking flowers for a gay wedding.
KVI’s John Carlson interviews State Sen. Mark Miloscia (R-Federal Way) who wants to nullify the $15 minimum wage efforts in Seattle and SeaTac in favor of a unique formula that ties minimum wage increases to per capita income and inflation.
Seattle Police officer Britt Sweeney was back on the stand Wednesday in the murder trial of Christopher Monfort.
A $1,000 reward has been offered to help find the person who shot a small dog in Everett earlier this month.
The virtual world of social media is a dominant force in the lives of many teenagers. Nearly 40 percent of teens carry a smart phone, according to data released by Pew Research Center. But these days the online world is having dire effects on the way some girls are trying to navigate the real world.
A 37-year-old man suspected of burglarizing an Olympia apartment is now in jail after being tackled by a father and son who lived there.
KVI’s John Carlson examines the latest mis-step by the Obama Administration as it attempts to explain how it’s going to stop ISIS and other Muslim-based terrorist groups after a state department spokeswoman tells MSNBC that America and her allies “can not kill our way out of this war” with ISIS