KVI’s John Carlson interviews Democrat State Senator, Tim Sheldon, about the questionable attack ads targeting his campaign that were paid for with outside money.
A rescue operation to retrieve Bertha from beneath the earth will have to wait on archaeologists, who've just been cleared to enter an excavation pit where cultural artifacts might be buried.
A 16-year-old North Kitsap High School student was arrested late Tuesday after claiming he had a "kill list" and threatened to shoot up the school, police said.
Police are asking for the public's help in locating a missing man with mental health issues.
KVI's John Carlson revisits the speech that put Ronald Reagan on the political map and shifted America’s political landscape—his 1964 “A Time to Choose” speech supporting presidential nominee, Sen. Barry Goldwater.
Police say a 16-year-old student was arrested Monday morning after he brought a Molotov cocktail to a school near Seattle's Space Needle, just days after a mass shooting at a school in nearby Marysville.
KVI's John Carlson covers the agony and the heroism after the Marysville-Pilchuck HS cafeteria shooting, the local election "Outrage of the Day" with guest Randy Pepple and two prominent Democrats claiming they have the campaign strategy to help Democrats maintain control of the US Senate.
Green River Community College went into lockdown Monday morning after a threat was made against the school, Auburn police said.
At least two students were injured Friday morning when a shooter opened fire at Marysville Pilchuck High School, police and witnesses said.
A tornado swept through Longview on Thursday afternoon, ripping the roof off a commercial building, damaging homes, knocking down trees and pelting vehicles with windblown debris.
Prosecutors are weighing charges against a former Bellevue city councilwoman who admitted to police she stole campaign signs in a highly-contested statewide race.
Doors opened early Thursday morning for what is expected to be the state's largest-ever free clinic. Through Sunday, volunteers will offer a wide range of medical, dental, and vision services to thousands of patients who otherwise may not be able to afford care.
A candidate for state legislature filed a lawsuit this week, accusing his opponent of running doctored images on television meant to depict him as "lecherous" and a "voyeur."
Starting Monday, October 27th John Carlson will add another broadcast to his KVI morning show “The Commute with Carlson” when he starts a brand new show on sister-station KOMO Newsradio, “John Carlson On the News”, from 10a-noon.
In the wake of the assassination of a Canadian soldier, Corporal Nathan Cirillo, at the National War Memorial in Ottawa, Ontario by a gunman who reportedly had mental health problems and been a recent convert to Islam, KVI’s John Carlson delves into the complexities within the Muslim community involved with speaking out publicly against terrorist acts and groups like ISIS