Seattle pedestrians remain an impetuous lot

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Reducing speed limits may not be enough for protection

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The tunnel sinking Seattle, and other holiday tales

Taxes, trash also roil the local landscape

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New Seattle pot store misspells cannabis

Sign is eventually fixed on opening day.

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In Seattle, Comcast track record hurts merger bid

Poor service, high prices are poor reasons for $45 billion takeover of Time Warner Cable

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Will Seattle voters raise the nation’s highest big-city sales tax?

Officials ask for increase to 9.6%

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Seattle toll system should have received an F

Fancy computers misread letter on license plate

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Good To Go system in Seattle takes its toll

Bridge charges me for trip taken by someone else

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Seattle embraces high tech–except for the Internet

Online outtages belie city’s image.

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Are Seattle pedestrians really that safe?

New study says metro area is third least dangerous for those on foot

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Bad public signage continues to plague Seattle

Problems include unmarked forks, missing markers and cryptic symbols

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Seattle is no stranger to landslides, either

Since 1890, more than 1,500 have occurred within the city limits

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Seattle’s newest tourist attraction–which can’t be seen

World’s largest tunneling machine will be stuck underground until at least September.

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Seattle is world-class in many ways–including problems

Flawed floating bridge, stuck tunnel machine lead list of municipal woes

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A sign of Seattle: City sells me my name for $5

But street signage around town remains less than top-rate.

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Comcast remains closer to Lake Woebegon than Seattle

Customer service problems persist at cable giant, but lower prices can be extracted

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Monumental Seattle (Part 4)

Public art depicts nothing–or something

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Monumental Seattle (Part 3)

Did you know about the local tribute to Confederate veterans?

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Seattle pedestrians sometimes forget to push crosswalk button

They wait, then get frustrated when the “walk” light doesn’t flash

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Stampless in Seattle

Not for the first time, local branch is out of needed stamp.

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Monumental Seattle (Part 2)

What does “The Wall of Death” say about the city?

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