A Safeway employee stabbed a shoplifting suspect multiple times during a chaotic confrontation Wednesday night in Bellevue, and police say it appears the employee's actions were in self-defense.
Nestled in a Bellevue neighborhood, Lynn Pelton’s comfortable home is half a world away from the West African nations ravaged by the deadly Ebola virus. But she is ready to leave the safety of home to help save lives there.
KVI’s John Carlson interviews the author of the brand new book, “Putin’s Kleptocracy: Who Owns Russia?”, Karen Dawisha, about the control Russia’s president, Vladimir Putin, exerts over industry—pocketing millions--and his likely end game in Ukraine.
When Donna Goetz of Bothell got rid of two vehicles a few years ago she filled out all the required paperwork and figured the deals were done, but then she started getting parking citations from the City of Seattle.
KVI’s John Carlson examines the latest concerns by Gov. Jay Inslee about the dangers of oil train tanker cars being an explosion or fire hazard.
KVI’s John Carlson goes to Dallas, TX and ABC reporter, Jim Ryan for the latest information including clarification on how the current Ebola patient, Thomas Eric Duncan, was originally exposed in Liberia during a taxi ride with an Ebola infected 19-year-old pregnant woman.
Police are searching for two drivers who hit and seriously injured a 7-year-old girl in South Seattle Tuesday evening.
KVI’s John Carlson analyzes the admission by Seattle Times columnist, Dan Westneat, that Seattle politicians’ tax hike rhetoric is merely a scare tactic to trick voters into supporting bigger government and that Seattle is, indeed, “Taxed Enough Already” (T.E.A.
State Rep. Reuven Carlyle, a Seattle Democrat, chides one of the Boeing labor unions, SPEEA, for their criticism of Boeing sending about 2000 military/defense-related jobs out of state despite receiving tax breaks to keep work in Washington.
As if the recent White House breach of a knife-wielding man running deep inside weren’t bad enough, now two more dangerous security breaches involving U.S. Secret Service are coming to light.
Is chocolate left, right or center? Does Visine get the red (state) out?
KVI’s John Carlson breaks down the extortion-like rhetoric coming from King County officials who blasted voters for rejecting a massive 10-year, $1.
The influence of Islam under the microscope after a fired employee in Moore, Oklahoma returned to the food processing plant where he worked and murdered two female co-workers, beheading one of them.
KVI’s John Carlson and SeattleExaminer.com gun rights columnist Dave Workman discuss the threat of workplace violence after the beheading in Moore, Oklahoma and a recent fatal shooting by a former employee at a UPS facility in Alabama.
Jake is homeless and 19 years old, living with cerebral palsy. After being treated by a local hospital, police tell us he was released and put on a bus. He was found wandering the streets, but now has a good home.