KVI’s John Carlson examines the latest comment from the woman responsible for the ObamaCare roll-out (and HealthCare.gov), former HHS Sec. Kathleen Sebelius, who says the ObamaCare name should be changed.
The mother of one of the Marysville school shooting victims wants to set the record straight about the gunman, even as district officials hire a national expert to help the community recover from the tragedy.
A Thurston County school bus driver is off the job after leaving a child with special needs alone on the bus for more than seven hours.
School district officials call it a done deal, but were still willing to take feedback - and flak - over a controversial plan to put a school for recovering addicts next to an elementary campus.
In the wake of Aurora, CO, Newtown, CT, and even Seattle Pacific University earlier this year, violent crime involving mentally unstable people has been a key component to gun massacres.
Recent protests have already cost the Seattle Police Department more than a half-million dollars in overtime.
KVI’s John Carlson and KVI listeners share their vast reactions to new proposal by Olympia transportation bureaucrats who want to install a ‘pay per mile’ tax on in-state cars in Washington. For more information, click here.
KVI’s John Carlson reviews the key moments from the House Government & Oversight Committee hearing where paid Affordable Care Act consultant and MIT professor Jonathan Gruber was questioned about his assertions proclaiming a lack of transparency facilitated the passage of ObamaCare and “the stupidity of the American voter”
It only takes talk of school buses to bring 53-year old Rick Dean to tears.
Tunnel trouble is mounting on the Viaduct replacement project now that 30 businesses appear to be sinking in Pioneer Square.
The ground beneath the Alaskan Way Viaduct is collapsing unevenly, according to the state Department of Transportation, and some of the settlement is uneven which raises the risk of damaging the elevated freeway and nearby buildings.
KVI's John Carlson and strategic affairs analyst, Ralph Peters evaluate the Navy SEAL raid in Yemen to rescue American free-lance journalist, Luke Sommers, who was killed by the al-Qaida affiliated group holding him hostage when look-outs realized the SEALS were approaching.
Police have caught a band of suspected car thieves red-handed early Friday morning trying to steal cars off a dealer's lot in Bothell.
KVI’s John Carlson asks why there’s no national attention for the story of a former police chief in South Carolina indicted in the death of an un-armed black man.
Police are seeking up to three suspects who fled after the car they were in smashed into a Seattle daycare and burst into flames early Thursday.