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Northwest Passages: Spokane Valley City Council candidate forum with Pam Haley

Northwest Passages: Spokane Valley City Council candidate forum with Pam Haley Spokane Valley City Council member and candidate Pam Haley talks about her views with The Spokesman-Review's Colin Tiernan. Haley's opponent, Wayne Fenton, did not respond with requests to participate in a full debate of the issues.

Neato Burrito/Baby Bar NYE livestream benefits live music, mental health groups

For one final time in 2020, Neato Burrito/Baby Bar will be serving live music in its New Year’s Eve Time Machine benefit livestream, with proceeds supporting live music and mental health organizations. Led by Norman Robbins and Luis Mota of entertainment management company Palimpsest Group, the four-hour themed benefit begins at 8:30 p.m. Thursday. 

Northwest Passages Virtual Forum: Mayor Ben Wick

Spokane Valley Mayor Ben Wick speaks remotely with Spokesman-Review reporter Rebecca White via the Northwest Passages Community Forum live-stream about how the the city, local businesses and residents of Spokane Valley are handling the shutdown and quarantine. This was one of three virtual forum interviews held Friday, April 3, 2020 via livestream on Youtube Live. This is a recorded program and the form for questions has been removed.

Bridge Press Cellars shines spotlight on music with livestreaming, Go Fund Me

Bridge Press Cellars owner Drew Padrta is shifting the focus at his winery to the musicians who headline his new event spaces. Padrta said, “I’m raising money for bands each week who are livestreaming from Bridge Press Cellars to try to give them a few extra dollars during this coronavirus pandemic.

Suspect livestreams shootout with Los Angeles police

A homicide suspect livestreamed on Facebook as he traded gunfire with police, eventually shooting a Los Angeles SWAT officer before a police round struck him, a law enforcement official said.

Police urge man who posted homicide online to turn himself in

An Ohio man claimed to be angry at a woman when he shot and killed an elderly passerby Sunday afternoon and posted the murder on Facebook. Police urged the suspect to turn himself in, but he remained on the loose into the night.