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.
The Seattle Seahawks play the Carolina Panthers in the NFC divisional round on Saturday at CenturyLink Field.
Residents in North Seattle's Whittier Heights neighborhood say they are tired of crime. So beginning with the new year, they are hiring additional help.
A 20-month-old boy from Hawaii, who is fighting an aggressive form of cancer, is touching hearts across the world and in the Lynnwood community where friends of the boy's family have organized a fundraiser to support the toddler.
This past Christmas was the strongest on record for drone sales, according to numerous retail outlets. The proliferation of this cheap technology is pushing the limits on privacy and safety concerns.
The Lake Stevens woman who was beaten and set on fire last month has not only survived her injuries, but she is finally home.
A Bothell woman is being hailed as a hero for carrying her 10-year old wheelchair-bound daughter out of a burning home, and then returning for a second child who ran back inside the house.
A Sound Transit bus driver who blew a red light last year and slammed into an SUV, killing two people, won't be charged with vehicular homicide or hit-and-run due to insufficient evidence, the King County Prosecutor's Officer announced Tuesday.
A Snohomish County woman is accused of sex-trafficking her own teen-age daughter.
A flu outbreak across the country is now being called an "epidemic" as cases spike in 22 states this month - and Washington state is not immune from the danger.
Beach erosion has forced the mayor of Ocean Shores to declare a state of emergency.