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.
After the NFL player scandals of Ray Rice, Adrian Peterson and Jonathan Dwyer, the focus of football and criminal acts has gripped America.
A section of Pacific Highway is closed in Federal Way as firefighters battle a stubborn two-alarm fire in a commercial building that may have started in a basement marijuana grow operation.
Detectives in Snohomish County are scouring home surveillance video after a suspect was photographed going into a Bothell man's garage, getting into his car, and stealing his wallet.
National Security Advisor for President Obama, Susan Rice, falsely states that Turkey has agreed to allow the US military utilize Turkish land for operations against ISIS.
KVI’s John Carlson examines the backlash to a high-speed DUI chase by Monroe police officers that turned deadly on Highway 2 after the suspect vehicle hit an on-coming car and killing the driver.
Pit bulls will continue to be banned in the east King County town of Enumclaw, WA and John Carlson asks KVI listeners if the Enumclaw city council made the right decision by banning the breed to insure public safety. Carlson offers his own solution to the potentially dangerous dogs.
These 18 men and women, suspected of everything from burglary to drug possession to failing to appear in court, are the newest additions to the Yakima County Crime Stoppers' most-wanted list.
Keeping an eye on the taxpayer purse strings, KVI’s John Carlson explains why new state employee labor union contracts will cost more than $600 million than last year due to something described vaguely as “step increases”.