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Washington nonprofit files lawsuit saying Fox News misled viewers about coronavirus

The suit, filed on behalf of the Washington League for Increased Transparency and Ethics (WASHLITE), alleges Fox News engaged in unfair or deceptive acts by representing the coronavirus as a hoax in broadcasts that aired in February and March. Those broadcasts caused viewers to fail to adequately protect themselves or mitigate the virus’ spread, and therefore contributed to the public-health crisis and preventable mass death, the lawsuit says.

Ronnie Milsap reschedules concert for Sept. 28 at Fox Theater

Music legend Ronnie Milsap has rescheduled his concert for Sept. 28 at Martin Woldson Theater at the Fox. Ticketholders for the original March 24 date are encouraged to hold on to their tickets, as those tickets will be honored for the new performance.

Trump defends his rhetoric in 1st TV town hall of 2020

President Donald Trump defended his administration’s response to the coronavirus and his confrontational style of name-calling political opponents as he fielded questions from the public in his first TV town hall of the 2020 election cycle

New ‘A Garden of Roses’ blooms with Spokane String Quartet, Spokane Kantorei Choir

A sizable crowd of people poured into Martin Woldson Theater at the Fox on Sunday having decided to brighten their afternoon by listening to the Spokane String Quartet. The quartet is made up of leading string players from the Spokane Symphony (Mateusz Wolski and Amanda Howard-Phillips, violins, Jeannette Wee-Yang, viola, and Helen Byrne, cello).