Nadine Woodward anchors KXLY 4 News at 5, 6 and 11pm Monday through Friday.
Nadine is the proud recipient of the NATAS Silver Circle Award, honoring media professionals with at least 25 years in the TV journalism industry. Nadine brings 30-plus years of experience and leadership to KXLY 4 News. She's established herself as one of Spokane's most popular and trusted news anchors covering the Inland Northwest's biggest stories, including Firestorm 1991, Ice Storm 1996 and Windstorm 2015, and in 1994, the tragic hospital shooting and crash of a B-52, all within a week, at Fairchild Air Force Base. But, her commitment to the community goes far beyond bringing you the daily news.
Nadine has served in fund-raising and leadership capacities for Anna Ogden Hall, Union Gospel Mission, Teen Challenge, and the Alzheimer's Association. She's also volunteered for the American Heart Association, Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure, Second Harvest Food Bank and Goodwill Industries.
A tireless advocate for Life Service's Crisis Pregnancy Center, Nadine helped establish Spokane's first maternity home for unwed mothers, which provides support and teaches parenting skills to pregnant women who would otherwise be homeless.
Nadine grew up in Vancouver, WA and graduated from the University of Portland. She and her husband have two grown children, Connor who attended WSU, and Coley who's attending U of W. But, she claims hers is not a house divided during Apple Cup!
A voracious foodie who loves to explore the Inland Northwest's ever-changing food scene, Nadine is also an avid traveler and recently completed a trip of a lifetime, where she trekked through the H'Mong villages of Sapa, Vietnam, and kayaked through Thailand's limestone islands on the Andaman Sea. You can be sure, she's always planning her next adventure!
You can contact Nadine at firstname.lastname@example.org.