Longtime KVI morning man, Kirby Wilbur, joins John Carlson to talk about his latest endeavor with Young America’s Foundation and working with journalism students.
KVI's John Carlson covers the confrontational protests in Seattle at Westlake Shopping Mall as angry crowds rallying in memory of Michael Brown clash with Black Friday shoppers and people gathered for a tree lighting ceremony. Also, St.
KVI's John Carlson devotes the entire show to reaction on the grand jury deciding their isn't enough evidence to criminally charge officer Darrin Wilson in the shooting death of Michael Brown, including explanations from St.
The Auburn City Council has voted 4-3 to no longer contract with a private company that operates the program.
The former Miss Teen Oregon-World winner was busted for drug possession Wednesday as detectives followed a lead in a possible drug house, Keizer police officials said.
KVI's John Carlson analyzes an intense exchange about race relations between former New York mayor Rudy Giuliani and Georgetown University professor, Michael Eric Dyson, involving 'black on black' crime and predominantly white police officers.
KVI’s John Carlson devotes an hour of coverage to President Obama’s precedent setting announcement on allowing an estimated 4-5 million illegal, undocumented immigrants to obtain legal working status.
The program is known as a school of last chances, but parents say the newest branch on Queen Anne gambles their own children's future.
KVI’s John Carlson breaks-down the plan President Obama is set to unveil tonight granting work documents to upwards of 5 million illegal/undocumented immigrants in the United States.
As President Obama is poised to grant work documents to millions of illegal immigrants by Executive Order, police in Oregon finally confirm that 20-year-old Woodinville, WA native, Parker Moore, was murdered—stabbed to death—by an illegal immigrant in the parking lot of a 7-11 near the Linfield College campus in McMinville, Oregon
KVI’s John Carlson explores the political theatrics of Seattle City Councilwoman, Kshama Sawant, and what her arrest yesterday says about the lack of priorities for local police to help actual victims of crime instead of wasting their valuable time dealing with self-absorbed politicians and activists who want to protest over the $15 minimum wage
Seattle City Councilmember Kshama Sawant has been arrested during a protest in SeaTac.
Dock workers and shipping companies are turning into the Grinch as thousands of Christmas trees are piling up at the Port of Tacoma.
One person has been shot during a home invasion robbery in Tacoma Tuesday afternoon.
KVI’s John Carlson interviews Seattle Port Commissioner, Bill Bryant, about the compounding problems involving the slowdown of cargo container traffic in Tacoma and Seattle due to a labor dispute involving ILWU workers and port terminal operators, the Pacific Maritime Association.