John Carlson talks with ABC News Correspondent Jim Ryan about some emerging potholes with the Helping Unaccompanied miors and Alleviating National Emergency Act (HUMANE).
Many Republicans calling for the impeachment of President Obama, but Dick Cheney isn't one of them. John Carlson reviews an interview Cheney had with CNN's Jake Tapper and asks KVI listeners to weigh in with their opinions as well.
Seattle police have arrested a man who allegedly crashed his motorcycle on I-5 in South Everett Monday afternoon then attempted to carjack a family before getting away.
Call it a charm school for cabbies.
With a week-long closure of Interstate 90 over Lake Washington just days away, state transportation officials say that tolls will not be lifted on the nearest detour, the Highway 520 bridge, during the closure.
John Carlson discusses an eye opening Whatcom Co. policy that indicates if you flee the state, they won't come after you.
An Aberdeen hospital is asking for a bailout. John Carlson stresses the importance and what could become a sweepting trend across the country.
The fate of 600 lives could be decided inside empty buildings constructed in World War II.
A city councilwoman in Montesano says the city has failed to meet her needs for a sign language interpreter during council meetings.
The community's only major hospital with a Level 3 trauma center is asking voters to approve a taxing district to help ensure it's economic survival.
A couple of business partners will receive more than $80,000 after allowing the state to use an access road on their piece of land near the Oso mudslide. John Carlson wonders if these partners are aggressive business men or greedy opportunists.
Some neighbors of a Navy airfield on Whidbey Island are complaining about the noise that the jets create. Kate Andrews, a Citizens of the Ebey's Reserve board member, discusses what changes she thinks need to be made with John Carlson. KVI listeners weigh in and side with the Navy's rights.
JNS.org journalist Judy Balent joins John with latest news out of Jerusalem.
It was 42 years ago that Jim Gaylord lost his job as a teacher for being gay. On Sunday, members of the Tacoma School Board came back with a long overdue apology.
Drivers have a week left to make plans for seven days of major round-the-clock lane closures along westbound Interstate 90 between Bellevue and Mercer Island.