A local couple is on a mission to find the owner of a dog that was lost in the mountains.
A large legal marijuana grow operation in Seattle's Interbay neighborhood was heavily damaged in a two-alarm fire overnight that apparently was ignited by faulty electrical wiring, officials said.
State Patrol detectives are asking for your help in solving a hit-and-run crash that happened Monday afternoon on I-90 near North Bend.
KVI's John Carlson interviews Richland, WA owner of Arlene's Flowers, Baronelle Stutzman who goes into detail about her interaction and relationship with the customer who asked her to provide flowers for his same sex wedding.
A car crash led Mercer Island police to a pair of mail theft suspects tied to thousands of stolen letters and packages.
The Easter bunny left an unwanted surprise inside a present for a toddler in Otis, Ore., on Sunday when the family found three bags of marijuana inside a packaged toy.
A local family says squatters ransacked their retirement dream house near Lake Chelan, and they don't think police are doing enough to solve the crime.
A Seattle microbrewery is changing the name of one of their most popular beers after a California-based brewer sent a 'cease-and-desist' letter, citing a trademark.
The search for a Bellevue murder suspect is intensifying this week amid reports that the suspect may have owed people thousands of dollars and the victim was linked to human trafficking.
KVI’s John Carlson discovers a report about US Border Patrol Agents being asked by the Obama Administration to help illegal immigrants who have been caught to find ways to keep them in the US rather than be deported to help facilitate the President’s recent executive order on amnesty.
Dining out in Seattle may mean dishing out more dough.
Between Seattle’s $15 minimum wage and Indiana’s hotly debated Religious Freedom Restoration Act, KVI’s John Carlson examines the fury over both stories and why liberal activists are getting exactly what they asked for.
A senior at Kent-Meridian High School was killed doing a stunt in the school parking lot Tuesday afternoon, according to officials with the Kent School District.
A development backlash showed up on the streets of Seattle, just in time for April Fool's day.
A Northwest family is searching for a needle -- in a shirt stack.