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Police: 8 injured in Wisconsin mall shooting; suspect sought

 Officers were responding Friday to “a very active situation” at a suburban Milwaukee mall, according to a police dispatcher, and local media reported several people could be seen being taken away from the building on stretchers.

Ex-guard frees dozens of hostages in Manila mall, is subdued

A recently dismissed security guard freed dozens of hostages and was subdued by police after walking out of a shopping mall in the Philippine capital on Monday, ending a daylong hostage crisis in an upscale commercial district near the police and military headquarters, officials said.

Happy Hour of the Week: Hops n Drops

Details + don’t miss: The Spokane Valley Mall and Northside locations have the same menus. Bountiful food options are $6.25-$9.50 each during Happy Hour, and there are well drinks ($5.75), domestic beers ($5.25), craft beers ($5.75) and more. Up north, the feast included boneless wings, cheese curds, fish tacos, flatbreads, taquitos and cocktails. Plus reverse Happy Hour!

Mall owners among group bidding $81 million for Forever 21

A consortium of buyers, including the owner of the malls in Spokane, Spokane Valley and Coeur d’Alene, is bidding $81 million for Forever 21, the ubiquitous mall staple that filed for bankruptcy protection in September.

Happy Hour of the Week: Bonefish Grill at NorthTown

Details + don’t miss: The focus is on Martini Mondays, when Bonefish’s sweet dessert concoctions are $7 apiece. The espresso martini is caffeinated deliciousness alongside corn chowder and a Bonefish salad. The regular Happy Hour menu includes $6 bar bites, $6 select spirits, $5 hand-crafted cocktails and martinis, $4 wines and $1 off draft beers.

Santa Con comes to Spokane for first time

Spokane will have its first ever Santa Con Saturday at the NorthTown Mall as part of Northwest Winterfest. The celebration also includes K-Pop music and a German-Fest.

Then and Now: NorthTown Mall

Eastern Washington’s largest mall began as a cluster of shops surrounding an Albertson’s grocery store in the 1950s. Today, it houses a movie theater and several remaining department stores after years attracting businesses away from the downtown core.

Sears at Spokane Valley Mall to close by February

When a freezer broke at Jannean Judy’s Hold Your Grounds espresso stand in Spokane, she was able to quickly buy a replacement at Sears that same day, saving more than $500 in frozen food. But buying an appliance at the department store will no longer be an option for Judy, as Sears in the Spokane Valley Mall is slated to close next year by its parent company.

Massive American Dream mall to open but will shoppers come?

After endless fits and starts and billions of dollars spent, American Dream is officially opening its doors to the public as the second largest mall in the country, and third largest in North America. It will showcase 3 million square feet of leasable space dedicated to more than a dozen entertainment attractions like a 16-story indoor ski slope, roller coaster, water park and eventually 450 retail, food and specialty shops. The big question is: Who will come?