Katt Williams announces his retirement in Seattle

After a string of run-ins with the law and being kicked out of a Seattle hotel with his family, troubled funnyman, Katt Williams, announced his retirement from stand-up comedy to Seattle’s KOMO. Katt Williams appeared emotionally and physically exhausted in the brief interview.

Road Warriors: 5 Best Biker-Friendly Cities to Ride In

With gas prices steadily rising people have started looking for alternative means of transportation. Biking is not only cost-effective, it’s also a terrific way to get in a workout. So, rolling out has put together a list of the five most biker-friendly cities.

Could Atlanta Survive With Only 2 Pro Sports Teams?

The NBA lockout and the relocation of the Thrashers’ hockey franchise left the Deep South’s largest sports market void of wintertime diversions. Since the early 1970s, Atlanta has been home to at least three pro sports teams – the Braves, Falcons, and Hawks – along with intermittent stays by teams in hockey, soccer, and women’s […]

Race Plays Role in Seattle Internal Police Investigations

The Black Law Enforcement Association of Washington issued a statement criticizing prosecutors for filing an assault charge against an African American Seattle police officer involved in an off-duty brawl while not charging two white Seattle officers who stomped on a prone Latino suspect in another incident. According to the Seattle Times, Officer Garth Haynes was […]