(Feb. 18, 2011) I read many reviews for newspapers I was interrested in trying. Most had the same complaints and I was unsure how out dated the reviews were. (maybe the complaints had now been addressed) The closest newspapers in my area available on Kindle was Charlotte and Atlanta. I finally chose Pittsburgh Tribune for the reasonable price, some of my inlaws live there, and The Steelers were going to Superbowl XLV. My free trial started two weeks before the Superbowl. I very much enjoyed all the Superbowl articles that led up to the game.
Ok lets get real about kindle newspapers. No-one can expect them to be like the real thing. They deliver the news and you choose what to read. There is a section list with catagories by front page, news, national and world news, Business, living, and even a strange obituary. Once you get use to the toggling as oppose to a paper newspaper you can read what interrest you fast. I check out the front page and national/world news by choosing those in the section list. If I have time I will read the local news stories and skip the ones that don't interrest me. I still get our local newspaper and like everyone else I pick and choose what I'm going to read. Yes this paper has alot of Western PA. stories so if thats a problem try a national paper instead. Don't worry if you can't read all the issues. It's just like the real thing. Sometimes you just don't have time to read it. Kindle will archive it for you.