These 19 men are the newest additions to the Washington State Department of Corrections' list of wanted sex offenders.
KVI’s John Carlson digs into the restraining order brought against Idaho officials who are requiring clergy to marry same sex couples after a judge struck down the state’s ban against same sex marriage.
KVI’s John Carlson interviews Kirkland State Senator, Andy Hill, running for re-election in the Olympia legislature, about capping growth in higher education tuition costs to keep college affordable and other issues affecting taxpayers in the state legislature.
A woman's body has been found in a ravine in Auburn, and police say they believe it is missing Native American actress Misty Upham.
KVI’s John Carlson details the Beltway, insider, track-record of President Obama’s newly appointed Ebola czar, Ron Klain, who originally rose to political infamy by leading Al Gore’s legal challenge in the disputed Florida election returns for President in November 2000.
Olympia Democrats are reaping campaign cash from California billionaire, Tom Steyer, who is giving PAC money to oppose fiscally-conservative candidates for the State Senate. KVI’s John Carlson interviews ShiftWA.
An armed man opened fire on police stations and patrol cars in three Snohomish County cities Wednesday night, triggering a response that ended with the suspect in custody and one officer injured in a related car crash.
A 15-year-old girl is in critical condition after she was struck by a school bus Thursday morning while crossing the street near Federal Way High School, police said.
Seattle and Olympia residents pay the highest tax rates on wireless phone service in the country.
KVI’s John Carlson and KOMO Newsradio’s Corwin Haeck discuss last night’s series of police car shootings that started in Granite Falls, WA and ended in Marysville, WA with the shooter’s arrest.
KVI’s John Carlson examines the track record of the Center for Disease Control (CDC) after they allowed an Ebola infected nurse to fly home from Cleveland to Dallas where she had treated the index patient, Thomas Eric Duncan, who first brought Ebola to the U.S.
With the power of a cell phone camera and social media, a Seattle woman uses technology to help nab a registered sex-offender who groped her while she was shopping near Westlake Center.
A locksmith is suing Google, Yellowbook and Ziplocal claiming the companies are violating laws used to stopped organized crime.
A Seattle woman turned to social media to call out a man she says groped her in downtown Seattle.
The victims both said "no" but prosecutors say a high school football player raped them anyway. Now some parents are angry the suspect is still in school, and still on the team.