KVI’s John Carlson opens his show with some encouraging news about Bellevue, Lynnwood and Tacoma despite the current run of discouraging political news and wacky Puget Sound weather.
A Republican state senator from Vancouver, WA tells KVI’s John Carlson that a pending labor contract with the Longshoreman’s union in Vancouver could severely damage the state’s reputation as the leading grain exporter across the Asia-Pacific rim.
KVI’s John Carlson discovers that this simple question only yields vague answers from some of the leading figures in President Obama’s war cabinet as the US flies air strikes against the insurgent ISIS group in Northern Iraq.
A car belonging to a missing 89-year-old from Everett was discovered Tuesday with a body inside, according to police.
KVI’s John Carlson interviews former NRA board member and columnist for Examiner.com, Dave Workman, about the latest financial contributions to I-594 coming from new LA Clippers owner, former Microsoft CEO, Steve Ballmer.
The widow of a local war hero was saddened to learn somebody stole three special military coins that visitors left as a tribute to the husband she lost during the Vietnam War.
Chick-fil-A has announced they will be opening three restaurants in the Puget Sound region, starting next spring.
Hours after the Puget Sound region set high temperature records, thunderstorms have developed and are the opening salvo of what now promises to be a stormy 36 hour period across Western Washington.
A new video from James O’Keefe chronicles the security problems along the US/Mexico border in Texas. John Carlson reviews the message and the motivation in the latest campy but compelling video by O’Keefe who brought down the community organizing group ACORN in his previous efforts.
KOMO 4’s Brad Goode sits down with John Carlson to share the unique encounter he had with Robin Williams and his close friend, Christopher Reeve, together in New York City as we recall the greatness of legendary actor Robin Williams.
It could be confused with a Jeopardy category (Alex, I’ll take ‘Things that are racist’ for $200), but John Carlson tabulates numerous recent examples where ‘racism’ is allegedly in everything from real estate terminology to the NBA to haircuts.
John Carlson analyzes the latest info on ISIS in Iraq and the influence US support is already having against the insurgents. Carlson interviews Fox News strategic affairs analyst, Ralph Peters, about how the US can push back against ISIS.
The trail has gone cold in a search for a vintage car that vanished from its owner’s driveway. Police are asking for your help to find the car, and the thieves who took it.
Pro-Palestine demonstrators say a Westlake Mall security guard pepper-sprayed an innocent bystander while ignoring the man picking fights with protesters Saturday afternoon, according to the Seattle Police Department.
The man at the center of a KOMO 4 Problem Solvers investigation went to jail Monday on a conviction indirectly related to the news series "Sanctuary of Sorrow," which exposed the mistreatment of more than a hundred dogs inside a warehouse in tiny Forks, Washington.