KVI’s Lars Larson delves into the story of a 19-year-old Bainbridge, WA woman perched on a hanging platform from a tree where a proposed shopping/strip mall is set to be built on the island.
KVI’s Lars Larson interviews the Wisconsin GOP Congressman and former Vice-presidential candidate, Paul Ryan, about the Obama economy, Seattle’s $15 minimum wage hike, real reform for Uncle Sam’s bloated menagerie of welfare programs and when he’ll announce his intentions for the 2016 Presidential campaign
KVI’s Lars Larson analyzes President Obama’s leadership on the 9 days of racial conflict and street battles in Ferguson, MO after the fatal shooting by a police officer of an unarmed 18-year-old black man, Michael Brown Jr.
A Bainbridge Island woman woke up before dusk and climbed a towering Douglas FIr where she plans to stay until she gets what she wants or arrested.
Dozens of protesters gathered Monday outside the office of King County Sheriff John Urquhart to show their outrage over the eviction of a disabled Vietnam War veteran from the West Seattle home where he grew up and later lost in foreclosure.
Several hundred people turned out Saturday for the memorial of 6-year-old Jenise Wright.
KVI’s Lars Larson analyzes the autopsy report conducted by a pathologist hired by Michael Brown’s family which shows that the recent high school graduate was shot 6 times from the front, not from the back as had previously been reported by several people who described themselves as witnesses
KVI’s Lars Larson interviews former NRA board member and Examiner.
King County officials announced a plan Thursday to offer lower bus fares for lower-income riders.
After 6 days of clashes with police, rioting, looting, shootings and over 30 arrests, police in Ferguson, Missouri announce that an 18-year-old black man, Michael Brown, who was fatally shot by an officer was suspected in a theft at a nearby convenience store.
John Carlson examines the criticism of the Ferguson, MO police response and militarized police attire/equipment by Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul.
KVI’s John Carlson interviews the communications director for I-594, Geoff Potter, which would require background checks on gun transactions in Washington. It’s up for vote in the November general election.
KVI’s John Carlson discusses some of the unanswered questions about I-594 including whether or not it would require background checks for to family members of friends merely loaning and borrowing a gun to complete the paperwork mandated should I-594 pass in November’s general election.
A daycare at American Lake VA in Tacoma will be closing its doors in less than six weeks.