New political campaign attack ads in Kentucky and Kansas are attempting to blame the domestic Ebola outbreak in Dallas, TX on the sequester cuts and thus happened only because of Republicans.
KVI’s John Carlson compares and contrasts the two competing monikers now utilized to mark the 2nd Monday in October.
About 2,500 Vietnam War veterans and their families turned out at Joint Base Lewis-McChord for a special homecoming ceremony that they say was long overdue.
An anti-cop troll on Facebook (or a group of trolls) has posted pictures involving four assassinated Lakewood, WA police officers—including one with an officer’s widow grieving at his memorial service—with some nauseatingly venomous hatred toward officers and their family members.
In another example of how desperate Democrats have become as we approach the November Congressional mid-term election, KVI’s John Carlson listens to the awkward moment Kentucky US Senate Democrat candidate Allison Lundergan-Grimes has when she’s asked about voting for Barack Obama for President in 2008 and 2012 during her editorial board interview with the Louisville Courier-Journal newspaper
The King County sheriff's office says a rescue helicopter has located a hiker who had been missing near Snoqualmie Pass.
You can hear the frustration and bemusement in their voices. State troopers watching officers speed past them, well above the posted 60 mph limit, on Highway 2 near Wenatchee.
Traffic on Seattle-area freeways could be affected Thursday as Vice President Joe Biden makes his way to two scheduled events - one in the morning and another in the afternoon.
KVI’s John Carlson compares the current ravages of Enterovirus 68 which has reportedly killed 5 children in the U.S. compared to the lone death so far linked to Ebola in Dallas, TX.
KVI’s John Carlson interviews a vocal supporter of King County’s proposed ‘living wage’ law for contractor jobs, Ben Henry, with the group Alliance For a Just Society.
A University of Washington research team may be on the verge of nuclear fusion reactor power plants that are on-par with the costs of a coal-fired power plant but with zero carbon-based emissions (for operation).
Washington voters will decide I-1351 on the November ballot so KVI’s John Carlson and Seattle-based education policy analyst at the Washington Policy Center, Liv Finne, examine the potential cost to taxpayers of I-1351 which would reduce class size at Washington public schools by hiring more teachers
A classroom was evacuated at Gatewood Elementary School in West Seattle after a 9-year-old student threatened a teacher with a knife, police said.
A suspected would-be carjacker is now in police custody after he tried to steal at least one vehicle in Seattle's SoDo neighborhood Wednesday afternoon, Seattle police said.
Two Washington school districts are removing swing sets from their school playgrounds in the wake of the tragic death of a 7-year-old girl at Fisher's Landing Elementary School in Vancouver last week.