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.
A theft victim knows when his stolen truck is on the move, but he's learned that hard way that getting it back is not so easy.
KVI’s John Carlson examines the latest pitch by Gov. Jay Inslee for his carbon tax—aka gasoline tax—to curb climate change, but his plan is going to hit low-income families the hardest.
More than 1,100 workers walked off the job Tuesday at two Pierce County hospitals operated by CHI Franciscan Health.
No home? No modem? No problem.
It's the seedy side of a business you see everywhere: bikini baristas who serve more than coffee.
Former football coaches of a Woodinville native stabbed to death at a convenience store in McMinnville, Oregon, are mourning the loss of a standout athlete and young man.
KVI’s John Carlson analyzes the latest fall-out from MIT professor and ObamaCare consultant, Jonathan Gruber’s, recent comments about the deception it took to insure passage of ObamaCare—including President Obama struggling to answer questions about Gruber’s damaging comments
Investigators have concluded that the truck that struck the Skagit County Bridge last spring, causing its collapse, was carrying a load that was taller than it was allowed.
Eighteen tents. About thirty people, including children. They all live in a North Seattle homeless encampment they have named "United We Stand."
A high profile local surgeon who the DEA says wrote hundreds of fake prescriptions to support his drug addiction is still practicing.