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Seattle's best-paid employee sues over treatment following fire department

Seattle's best-paid employee sues over treatment following fire department … Money isn't everything. At least, it would seem, it isn't to James Woodbury. A deputy chief with the Seattle Fire Department, Woodbury took home more than any other City of Seattle employee in 2013 — $ 246,182, about $ 2,500 more than the runner-up … […]

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Something's fishy about Seattle's Fisherman's Terminal – and that's a good thing

Something's fishy about Seattle's Fisherman's Terminal – and that's a good thing Living in Seattle, we have a tendency to take great seafood for granted; we know that come spring, our halibut will have a soft landing in herbed butter. It's a given that we can drive to Fishermen's Terminal and buy freshly-caught salmon just […]

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Inside Seattle's invitation-only VR summit

Inside Seattle's invitation-only VR summit Tech aficionados have been flocking to Seattle's Living Computer Museum for the past few years to get up close and personal with relics from computer technology's past. For one night earlier this month, though, I got a chance to peek at its possible … Read more on Engadget

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The Weekend List: The arts and culture guide to Seattle's good life

The Weekend List: The arts and culture guide to Seattle's good life One of the most remarkable things about Bruce Lee are the legions of fans who continue to admire him, fans born long after Lee's death in 1973. These are the fans who continue to trek to Seattle's Lake View Cemetery to pay their […]

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Q&A pokes deeper into Seattle's new composting rules, fines

Q&A pokes deeper into Seattle's new composting rules, fines Seattle residents and building owners will face fines next year for tossing too many table scraps into the trash. The law, which the City Council approved unanimously this week, prohibits the disposal of food waste and compostable paper products in … Read more on The Seattle […]

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Seattle's only pot store welcomes competition

Seattle's only pot store welcomes competition McGowan manages Cannabis City, Seattle's first recreational pot store. It's been the city's only recreational store for two months. The second store, Uncle Ike's, is expected to open in the Central District any day. "Right now, a couple more would be a … Read more on KING5.com

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Help wanted: Seattle's tech firms struggle with people shortage

Help wanted: Seattle's tech firms struggle with people shortage Seattle's tech firms — big, medium and small — are fiercely competing for a small pool of software engineers and architects. Glympse, the software company behind the GPS-based iPhone app by the same name, launched free public wifi at the food trucks … Read more on […]

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Dealer poaching customers at Cannabis City, Seattle's only state-licensed pot

Dealer poaching customers at Cannabis City, Seattle's only state-licensed pot … Police say a man dealing marijuana out of the back of his Buick has been trying to poach customers from Seattle's only licensed recreational-pot shop. Staff at Cannabis City called officers on Saturday night after they said the man threatened to “stomp … Read […]

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Flick: Browsing at Seattle's Cannabis City is, uh, different

Flick: Browsing at Seattle's Cannabis City is, uh, different In the Seattle Times newspaper on Cannabis City's opening day was the story of Seattle's top courtroom prosecutor, Pete Holmes, as he sought some new advice when it comes to marijuana, something he used to prosecute: Which kind does he buy? Read more on Bloomington Pantagraph […]

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Cyclist killed on Seattle's notorious 2nd Ave. bike lane

Cyclist killed on Seattle's notorious 2nd Ave. bike lane The Seattle Department of Transportation is to convert the bike lane into a more protected route Sept. 8, from Pike Place Market to Pioneer Square. Left-turning cars and trucks then may proceed only on a green arrow — to reduce conflicts with bikes … Read more […]

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Seattle's Cinerama to close for months

Seattle's Cinerama to close for months Seattle's beloved, old-school Cinerama is scheduled to close until fall, in order to undergo renovations and "state-of-the-art upgrades," Paul Allen's real estate company announced Thursday. A city icon, the space-age-themed theater opened in 1963, a … Read more on seattlepi.com

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Watch: Amazon worker flies drone around Seattle's Space Needle

Watch: Amazon worker flies drone around Seattle's Space Needle The Seattle Police Department blotter says witnesses initially reported Tuesday seeing a drone fly around the top of the Needle and possibly crash into an observation deck window. Witnesses said the drone, described as a white quad-propeller unmanned … Read more on USA TODAY

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Delta and Alaska fighting for Seattle's gateway to Asia

Delta and Alaska fighting for Seattle's gateway to Asia By the end of this year, Delta officials say Seattle-Tacoma International Airport will see the addition of 96 flights to 33 destinations, including Seoul, Shanghai, Tokyo and Hong Kong, as well as many domestic flights. Delta and Alaska Airlines are … Read more on Seattle Globalist

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The lowdown on Seattle's hot Senate race

The lowdown on Seattle's hot Senate race Everyone says roughly 60 languages are spoken in southeast Seattle's 37th Legislative District. But only two voices will prevail after the primary election on August 5. Six candidates want to replace retiring state Sen. Adam Kline, who has represented … Read more on Crosscut

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Grandmother plans overnight wait to be Seattle's first legal pot buyer

Grandmother plans overnight wait to be Seattle's first legal pot buyer In 21 hours, the 65-year-old grandmother expects to be the first customer to purchase two baggies of legal marijuana from Cannabis City, Seattle's first recreational marijuana store. One is for her use, and the other to be signed by Cannabis City's … Read more […]

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