Authorities investigating the disappearance and death of a 6-year-old Bremerton girl said the person responsible may have become spattered with mud during the crime, and they're asking for help from the public in identifying the suspect.
John Carlson tackles the story of a Minnesota restaurant that has instituted a $0.35 ‘minimum wage’ fee on each customer receipt because of a $0.75 increase to the state minimum wage.
John Carlson analyzes the newest campaign ad from GOP rising star and incumbent South Carolina governor, Nikki Haley, in which Boeing jets and an assembly line are depicted to show the robust economy in the Palmetto State.
John Carlson and KVI listeners discuss the intrinsic value of deploying US military force inside Iraq as President Obama authorizes air strikes in Northern Iraq to combat ISIS insurgents while the Iraq central government of Nouri al-Maliki fails to police or secure the non-Shia dominated portions of the country
Investigators searching for a missing 6-year-old girl have found the remains of a child in the mobile home park where the little girl was last seen, officials said.
Dating back to the Pres. Ronald Reagan administration, Secret Service agents are sharing stories about what happened behind the scenes with the First Families they were assigned to protect.
John Carlson examines the perfectly crafted letter authored by Republican Oklahoma Governor, Mary Fallin, who explains the federal takeover of the Ft.
John Carlson analyzes the stories of several newly minted $15 per hour workers in SeaTac after voters barely passed the selected wage increase for some airport and hospitality sector workers.
John Carlson interviews Seattle mayor Ed Murray about another city wide Monorail vote, a tax hike to fund Pre-Kindergarten day care/school and Seattle’s ‘sanctuary city’ policy for illegal immigrants.
Seattle police say thieves didn't bother with locked doors or windows, and instead cut their way through a wall to rip-off a medical marijuana facility in Georgetown.
A developmentally disabled Snohomish teenager who went missing Wednesday has been found alive in Lynnwood, the Snohomish County Sheriff reports.
John Carlson covers the story of two Seattle women who say their vehicle was dented by an angry pedestrian after an encounter at a crosswalk near the Northgate shopping mall. KVI callers tell John Carlson ‘pedestrian rage’ is happening a lot more often than most people realize.
Investigating agencies have been flooded with tips, leads and ideas in connection with the hunt for a missing 6-year-old girl, but still no trace of her has been found, officials said Wednesday as the search continued into its third day.
John Carlson analyzes the Tuesday night primary election results for some key Congressional races in DC and state legislative races in Olympia including the projections for outgoing fiscally conservative State Senator in Redmond, Rodney Tom.