The Skittles, Dots and paperback Dan Brown novel are all great, but Matthew Pruitt just wants the wet naps.
A mother of two who admitted to smoking marijuana before causing a major crash in Snohomish County is a free woman.
A group of former pastors from Mars Hill Church have filed formal charges against the church's Senior Pastor Mark Driscoll.
A woman refuses to give back a dog belonging to another family despite overwhelming evidence that it is theirs.
Police have arrested one suspect and detained another man for questioning in the deadly shooting of two men at a Kent gas station during an argument over a car blocking access to a pump.
As the story unfolds, KVI’s John Carlson, discusses new aspects of 18-year-old Michael Brown’s life before he confronted a police officer and was shot while unarmed in the St. Louis suburb of Ferguson, MO.
KVI’s John Carlson analyzes an exchange between Fox News hosts Bill O’Reilly, Bob Beckel and Democratic campaign consultant, James Carville on the propensity for the most vocal police critics of the Michael Brown shooting in Ferguson, MO being factually incorrect about the events leading up to the shooting
Bremerton police are searching for a suspect who ran out of municipal court on Wednesday morning and injured a security guard.
Two men were shot and killed Wednesday morning at a Kent gas station after an argument over a car blocking access to a pump. The shooter then fled the scene and remains at large..
Concern about rodents, suspicious characters and just plain ugliness. Residents in Seattle's Georgetown neighborhood are exasperated by what some are calling the neighborhood dump.
KVI’s Lars Larson presents the staggering dollar figures at stake with the looming statewide vote for I-1351 which would reduce class sizes for all Washington public schools.
A gang of Florida-based identity thieves known as the "Felony Lane Gang" is now targeting victims in the Pacific Northwest, and police are desperate to find the gang's leader.
KVI’s Lars Larson and listeners discuss the merits of police officers using body cams to record their interactions in the line of duty and whether or not the racial animosity in Ferguson, MO would have been different if officers there were being recorded on the street.
KVI’s Lars Larson finds more illuminating information about the background of 19-year-old Chiara D’Angelo who perched herself on a plywood platform strapped to a tree 60-feet above the ground in Bainbridge, WA in her attempt to top construction of a strip mall with anchor tenants Key Bank and Walgreens