COVER: Remember the Hooters in town? It's now a church. Inlander editor Jacob Fries explores the evolution of local churches and what that says about religion in America.
NEWS: Leroy Eadie, the longtime Spokane Parks director, is retiring from the city and moving to Portland.
IN OTHER NEWS...
Central Washington University was on lockdown for a couple hours last night because someone reported an active shooter on campus. There wasn't one. (Seattle Times)
A woman in her 70s was stabbed, apparently randomly by a person she didn't know, at an Albertsons in Spokane. (KXLY)
Nobody pays their water or trash bill on time, so the city of Spokane is going to make it easier. (Spokesman-Review)
Not backing down
Just after President Trump warned against "ridiculous partisan investigations" in his State of the Union address, the House Intelligence Committee launched inquiries into whether foreign powers are influencing the president. (New York Times)