A 73-year-old man was pulled over for a routine traffic offense in Seattle the other day: driving without his lights on. Things went considerably worse than they should have when the man reportedly tried to snort a little cocaine right in front of the officer.
On this day in 1990, the I-90 Floating Bridge in Seattle collapsed. It sank so slowly that local news teams were able to easily record its comically slow demise.
A Washington police officer pulled a family to safety just before their car was overturned by a wave on Tuesday evening.
A Seattle dog, sick of waiting around for her owner, has learned to ride public transit by herself. Eclipse the black lab knows how to catch the D Line by her apartment, ride for 3 or stops, and hop off at a dog park near Downtown.
As a craft beer enthusiast and aviation geek, I can think of no better place to enjoy delicious beer than while standing among the glory of historic aircraft. Seattle's Museum of Flight is hosting their 13th annual "Hops & Props" in February, and tickets just went on sale today.
A news chopper for local Seattle news station station KOMO crashed right after take off earlier this morning, coming down on top of two cars and exploded into flames next to the Space Needle. Two people are reported to be dead, according to the Seattle Fire Department.
Bertha, the world's largest tunneling machine, churning through the rock and mud beneath Seattle, has hit a mysterious roadblock—so mysterious, it is only known for now as "the object."
PRO TIP: If you dump jet fuel on a burning plane instead of water, you're gonna have a bad time.
In coffee shops and bookstores across Seattle this summer, advertisements for concerts and gallery shows shared space with a less common urban invitation: to a party for a really big drill.
Former IndyCar driver J.R. Hildebrand was in Seattle to compete in the latest round of Formula Drift on Sunday. That night, however, he discovered his car had been broken into and thousands of dollars in racing equipment, computers, and cameras were stolen.
Whether the cops in your town patrol in Crown Victorias, Ford Tauruses, Dodge Challengers or the occasional Lamborghini if you live in Dubai, make no mistake: the Seattle Police Department has them beat.
Mouldering quietly on a forlorn corner of Boeing's field near Seattle, Wash., Boeing 747 RA001 is in need of a restoration. To the Washingtonians who built more than 1,400 of the humpbacked workhorses, seeing No. 1 in such a state of disrepair brings a touch of shame.
Seattle is doing the Dew, albeit unintentionally. A light rail car collided with a truck this morning, spilling cases of Mountain Dew all over the road. KiroTV reported that the truck's driver had turned across the train's path.
I know it's a bold claim, to say you've found the best Craigslist car ad ever. When a site exists where you could likely see an ad offering a 1985 Isuzu Stylus in exchange for a wood-burning set and 20 minutes of fellatio, the bar is pretty high. With that in mind, let's say this is the finest intentionally…
We already know two inches of snow is a lot for Seattle. Now, thanks to a Jalopnik reader, watch a pair of less-than-smart supercar drivers try taking an Audi R8 and a Nissan GT-R out for a drive in the Seattle "snowpocalypse." Because apparently, in Seattle, size doesn't matter.
What makes owners of cars with zero winter prep want to commute in the snow, on a hill, is beyond me. Seattle drivers apparently can't be bothered to... umm... is that someone putting chains on the REAR TIRES of a FWD Toyota Corolla?