Each week on "The Divide" Brandi Kruse offers a commentary that looks for common ground on issues that divide us. Topics include gun control, free speech, policing, and politics.
Republicans need to ditch the purity test if the Party wants to survive. Brandi Kruse has more in her weekly commentary.
Jason Rantz, host of "The Jason Rantz" show on 770 KTTH and frequent guest on FOX News, joined "The Divide" to discuss concerns over social media companies de-platforming conservatives.
Each week on "The Divide", Brandi Kruse offers a commentary that looks for common ground on issues that divide us. Topics include gun control, free speech, policing, and politics.
There are few things worse than politicians dangling money over the heads of people who can't pay their bills, Brandi Kruse says in her weekly commentary.
In a year that began with the ultimate tragedy, with the loss of Kobe Bryant and his daughter Gigi, this weekend, we were introduced to a new opportunity to embrace a familial relationship between Superstar and child.
The asterisk should stand for how many sacrifices these student-athletes made this season
Sounders have won two titles in the last four years and have reached the Western Conference Finals in four of last five years
Schmetzer's contract is set to expire at the end of this season
Local leaders will soon come face-to-face with the crises they've been neglecting.
The Huskies are now looking for an opponent - and BYU has reportedly balked at the offer
Commentary from Q13 Sports Director Aaron Levine
The NFL is on thin ice when it comes to preventing outbreaks that could threaten the season.
Q13 Sports Director Aaron Levine has more.
Q13's Aaron Levine has more in his weekly commentary.
This week: Some public employees need to be reminded who they work for. Brandi Kruse has more in her weekly commentary.
It’s a combination of indignation from many fans of schools in the conference and complete indifference from the rest of the country.
You can disagree with their perspective, but the entitled and spoiled characterizations couldn't be further from the truth.
In our mostly virtual world these days, there’s no alternate reality for the success we’re witnessing with the Seattle Storm.
Players have more leverage with schools relying on a season to prevent more financial losses. But can they stay united throughout the entire process?