It pays to be a hero.
- Geek & Sci-Fi
It pays to be a hero.
Phoenix Jones has ended his league of Seattle superheroes, revealing that it was a terrible idea to invite random people to fight crime.
Call in with a fake cold? Nope. Call in with bomb threats to skip work.
The LunchBox Laboratory burger restaurant in Seattle has raised eyebrows with a 4/20 Easter ad that features Jesus smoking a joint.
A news helicopter has crashed in the middle of downtown Seattle.
When science experiments go terribly wrong, but also oh so METAL.
Aw here it goes.
Seattle Mayor Ed Murray has made his Super Bowl bet with Denver's Michael Hancock, but other mayors still haven't made good on their promises to Seattle.
Starbucks biggest fan is a woman named Beautiful Existence, who ate and drank...wait, her name is Beautiful Existence?
Yeah, Seattle, let's go poke an enormous object that can stop a five-story-tall drill cold with a stick. That will end well.
Another restaurant has banned Google Glass after an incident with a network engineer, with both sides publicly arguing on Facebook.
Some people work thankless jobs, flipping burgers or selling television warranties.
Calling it a "Course in Applied Homelessness," a Seattle entrepreneur is offering people the chance to be homeless for just $2,000.
Amazon is building a new headquarters in Seattle, and revitalizing a dying neighborhood. But their new headquarters still looks like balls.
In an effort to spread awareness about Washington's marijuana laws, Seattle police handed out 1,000 bags of Doritos to people at Hempfest this weekend.
A man suspected of drunk driving <a href="http://www.seattlepi.com/local/komo/article/Alleged-drunken-driver-beaten-after-crashing-into-4667454.php">got his a** kicked</a> by other drunks for crashing their party, literally.
A bridge collapsing near Seattle is pure nightmare fuel.
The tumultuous marriage between the city of Sacramento and the vagabond Kings franchise - a team that has called Rochester, Cincinnati and Kansas City home - is finally getting ironed out.
I'm not trying to write this much about Macklemore, stories just keep happening.