Alex Crescenti

Reporter, Producer

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Alex Crescenti joined the 4 News Now team in October 2020, as a Multi-Media Journalist.

He graduated from Washington State University in the Edward R. Murrow College of Communication with a degree in Journalism and TV Production in December of 2014.

After graduation, he worked as the Palouse Bureau Chief for KLEW-TV in Lewiston, Idaho. While there, he covered stories in the Pullman and Moscow communities.

In the Fall of 2017, he started as a Multi-Media Journalist at WCTV in Tallahassee, FL. While he was there, he covered events such as the March For Our Lives rallies and the 2018 mid-term primaries.

When he is out of the office, Alex enjoys watching Washington State athletics and cheering on the Cougs. He also like to explore his home state of Washington and the surrounding Pacific Northwest.

If you have any story ideas or want to talk to Alex send him a Tweet @AlexKXLY.


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Washington prepares to increase wildfire resources

CDC investigating link between myocarditis and COVID-19 vaccine in teens

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Sports betting legalization presents new opportunities for local casinos

Washington will fully reopen by June 30, maybe sooner depending on vaccinations

Vaccine hesitancy continues in rural counties throughout Washington

SPS set to name three new schools in the district

WSU researchers measure emotional response during Biden speech

Downtown stadium organizers breathe a sigh of relief after project gets approved

Businesses are hiring again, but the jobs remain unfilled

Idaho House passes higher education funding bill

Hull twins reflect on national championship run

What Biden's American Families Plan will look like for Washingtonians

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Man suspected of murdering Spokane mom appears in court

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Idaho House rejects higher education funding bill

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