Three legal pot shops in Washington report bottles of marijuana infused soda exploding on shelves.
An 86-year old Holocaust survivor who was hiding from Nazis during high school is finally receiving his diploma.
Former actress on TV’s hallowed Cosby Show, Raven Symone, tells Oprah she doesn’t want to be labeled as gay or African-American.
In a fitting example of political correctness, the Seattle city council votes unanimously to refer to Columbus Day as Indigenous People’s Day. KVI’s John Carlson examines the hoopla and sore arms that the Seattle political class has for patting itself on the back because of this vote.
Sammamish police report at least two homeowners have called recently to report fake utility workers preying on them.
KVI’s John Carlson interviews State Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) Randy Dorn about the November statewide ballot measure, I-1351, which would reduce class size for all state public schools.
Sunday worship became a day of protest at one Seattle church now that a marijuana shop has opened next-door.
These dozen unidentified suspects are wanted in connection with robberies around the Puget Sound area. You can find more unidentified suspects on CanYouID.me.
KVI’s John Carlson tackles the politically correct effort by Seattle politicians to by-pass the name Columbus Day in favor of Indigenous People’s Day but Carlson cautions against the hasty change simply because some illogical liberals forsake historical context in an effort to advance their narrative that Caucasian men are inherently evil
KVI’s John Carlson gives his initial reaction to the breaking news that the US Supreme Court has just decided against hearing appeals of same-sex marriage by 5 states who tried to block those unions.
KVI’s John Carlson details a new political expose’ about the two faces of Kentucky Democrat US Senate candidate Allison Lundergan-Grimes. Grimes is challenging Republican incumbent and former Senate Majority Leader, Mitch McConnell.
The Issaquah Public School Board will soon vote on whether to close an alternative high school for at-risk teens. The school district says they want to open a new school for students, but parents want to know what will happen to the students in the meantime.
In an effort to reduce use-of-force complaints, Bellingham Police officers are now wearing cameras to record audio and video of their interactions with the public.
A KVI listener tip highlights a forgotten federal provision which requires that anyone enrolled in a federal social program be given voter registration forms encouraging them to register.
A Seattle Arts Commission grant to fund a documentary prior to the November election is provoking questions about the political influence of the film at taxpayer expense.