Between Bust-A-Move and the "Sopranos" pinball machine, Brad Johnsen thinks about Street Fighter and life on the street. "We're successful and able to give back something," he said.
Investigators say dozens of bicycles are tied to a drug operation in Marysville where the dealer traded dope for stolen property.
Chair of the Select Committee on Minimum Wage and Income Inequality, Seattle City Councilwoman Sally Clark, just issued a newsletter about the closed door hearings she’s leading on the $15 an hour minimum wage and it doesn’t sound good for business owners.
NCAA men’s basketball tournament MVP from the University of Connecticut, Shabazz Napier, led his “Hungry Huskies” to the title over Kentucky 60-54, but Napier’s comments off the court about paying college athletes and student-athletes possibly organizing a labor union have really generated more attention on the billion-dollar business of college sports
One of Maher’s recent guests is lashing out at the HBO “Real Time” host for a sneaky quotation sleight-of-hand involving Republican Congressman Paul Ryan and First Lady, Michelle Obama. Phil Vandervort, in for John Carlson today, covers the response that Maher’s guest, W.
It was deja vu all over again at Seattle's Coleman Dock on Monday as troopers arrested the very man who's accused of setting off a bizarre slow-motion drama at the dock last month.
A young woman says a gunman unloaded on her right in the middle of I-5 in a case of road rage.
As KVI’s John Carlson has been saying for four months, the April 22nd special election to raise King County car tabs $60 dollars (and a 0.
Air National Guard medical dive teams parachuted into the Pacific Ocean to help treat the feverishly ill 1-year-old daughter of sailboat owners Eric and Charlotte Kaufman who had planned to sail around the world in their 36-foot-vessel but the daughter fell ill and the boat was damaged in rough waters
Hitting a gas or electric line buried under your property can be extremely dangerous. That's why you are required – by law – to call before you dig a hole to plant a tree, install a fence or put in a lamppost.
KVI’s Lars Larson interviews the CEO of Coastal Community bank about their decision to forgive the debt owed on mortgages for people who were wiped out by the devastating mudslide.
As memorials begin for the mudslide victims, an Arlington florist is keeping busy putting together many of the flower arrangements for the services.
Springtime is when we start paying attention to our lawns and gardens again. That often means chemicals - fertilizers, herbicieds and pesticides - that can be dangerous to the family pets.
Aviation analyst in Sammamish, WA with the Leeham Group, Scott Hamilton, joins John Carlson to talk about the connection between the US sanctions against Russia and that country’s titanium exports which Boeing utilizes to make airplanes lighter and stronger.
Hardball host Chris Matthews is quick to declare ObamaCare is going to be a success based on the 7 million sign-ups but John Carlson cautions Matthews about his enthusiasm because the employer mandate hasn’t even kicked in yet because it’s been delayed twice already.