Less than one month left to check out Titanic: the Artifact Exhibition

In the six months since Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition docked at the Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture, it's managed to become their most popular exhibit ever. So far, 40,000 people have passed through the exhibit, with the spring break week for Spokane schools seeing a whopping 4,000 visitors.

On this day: April 15

President Abraham Lincoln dies, the "unsinkable" Titanic sinks, Jackie Robinson breaks baseball's color barrier, George C. Scott rebuffs the Academy Awards, and bombs explode at the Boston Marathon, all on this day.

Davenport Hotel re-creating original Titanic menu

While the Titanic exhibit is underway at the Northwest Museum of Art and Culture, the Historic Davenport Hotel and its Palm Court Grill are offering a special sample menu replicating the First Class dinner menu created for the Titanic's maiden voyage.

Blockbuster Capitol Hill hearings that stopped nation

Anticipation is high ahead of James Comey's public testimony on Capitol Hill Thursday. The former FBI director is slated to speak before the Senate intelligence committee for the first time since his unexpected ouster on May 9 and the chaos that emerged in the aftermath.

Spokane's Connection to Fated Titanic Voyage

100 years ago this week, a state of the art ship was making its way across the North Atlantic, oblivious of the danger that lay in its path. On board, 10 people who listed the Inland Northwest as their final destination. Though they didn't know each other, nine of them are forever linked in the city they would have called home.