The goal of a controversial new traffic plan before the state Legislature is to reduce congestion by allowing motorcyclists to legally pass between cars in traffic jams.
KVI's John Carlson and listeners examine the latest backlash over the measles outbreak and the comments by Kentucky U.S. Sen. Rand Paul who gets chided by a CNBC anchor for saying that the child-hood vaccines should remain voluntary rather than mandatory.
An Army veteran carried a special photo of his wife through two wars and six decades, only to have it stolen in a check-out line.
The City of Seattle has a 72-hour limit on street parking, but residents in several neighborhoods say that rule isn't being enforced.
It might be the perfect metaphor for how the Super Bowl ended last night for Seattle Seahawks fans...
EA Sports' Madden 15 not only said the Patriots would win 28-24, but nailed some of the other events that happened in the game.
The Seattle police officer who wrongfully arrested a man with a golf club has been placed on administrative assignment while the department investigates.
A pizza delivery driver got to sample a slice of celebrity when Richard Sherman placed an order from his Maple Valley mansion.
A high school teacher and activist is suing the city of Seattle, claiming police officers unlawfully pepper sprayed him as he left a peaceful rally on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.
KVI’s Lars Larson, in for John Carlson, takes the Seattle police officer to task who inexplicably decided to stop a 70-Year-old pedestrian who was using a golf club as a cane while standing on the curb in West Seattle.
A 2.8 earthquake rattled the Eastside Thursday morning, according to the Pacific Northwest Seismic Network.
The new $48 million Thurston County lockup, which has sat vacant for four years, may get its first inmates this year.
Republican state senators in Olympia are sharply divided over a plan to halt Seattle's downtown tunnel project, aka Big Bertha. KVI's John Carlson talks to two of those Republicans who are on opposite sides of this argument. Also, a Pierce Co.
Just like chips and soda, Seattle-area residents are now able to buy marijuana from a vending machine.
A pair of state lawmakers in Olympia say it's time to pull the plug on Bertha, the problem-plagued tunneling machine now stuck 120 feet underground near Seattle's waterfront.