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Spokane band brings the Heat Speak with reimagined ‘Lost My Religion’

Local chamber pop band Heat Speak has turned a band tradition into a call to action for themselves and listeners in their newest single, “Lost My Religion (Make a Religion).” In it, frontman Dario Ré wrestles with words that express as much fatigue in faith as belief in self-sourced opportunity.

Nashville bombing investigation prompts FBI to search home

Federal agents converged Saturday on the home of a possible person of interest in the explosion that rocked downtown Nashville as investigators scoured hundreds of tips and leads in the blast that damaged dozens of buildings on Christmas morning.

Holiday viewing: Cue up one of these top-grossing Christmas films

Chances are high you and your family have a list of must-watch holiday films. You might watch one or two a week beginning the day after Thanksgiving. Maybe you watch as many Hallmark movies as you can each year, or perhaps you turn the television to TBS and watch the 24-hour "A Christmas Story" marathon.

Enchanted Garden Drive-Thru Lights at Manito

The Friends of Manito staged an outdoor drive-through Christmas light event at Manito Park to replace their much-loved annual lighting of the Gaiser Conservatory tropical and desert plants. Thousands flocked to the drive-through event throughout its run from Dec. 11 to Dec. 20.

Spreading good cheer: Mitten coloring contest winners brighten winter with art

Brightly decorated mittens brought an extra dose of holiday cheer when the judges at The Spokesman-Review gathered (masked, of course) last week. There were so many beautiful mittens to choose from, and here are the winners of this year's mitten coloring contest. In the ages 0-4 category, winners took advantage of a whole rainbow of colors.

More EU nations ban travel from UK, fearing virus variant

BERLIN — A growing list of European Union nations and Canada barred travel from the U.K. on Sunday and others were considering similar action, in a bid to block a new strain of coronavirus sweeping across southern England from spreading to the continent.

Birx travels, family visits highlight pandemic safety perils

WASHINGTON – As COVID-19 cases skyrocketed before the Thanksgiving holiday weekend, Dr. Deborah Birx, coordinator of the White House coronavirus response, warned Americans to “be vigilant” and limit celebrations to “your immediate household.”

US airport traffic rising despite holiday travel warnings

SAN RAMON, Calif. – More than 1 million people have passed through U.S. airport security checkpoints in each of the past two days in a sign that public health pleas to avoid holiday travel are being ignored, despite an alarming surge in COVID-19 cases.