Alex Crescenti

Sports Reporter

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Alex Crescenti joined the 4 News Now team in October 2020, as a multi-media journalist and producer before transitioning to the sports department in the summer of 2021.

Originally from Vancouver, 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 began his journalism career 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 cheering on the Washington State Cougars and other teams from around the region. He also likes 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.

Articles

WSU Head Coach Nick Rolovich still waiting for the status of his religious vaccine exemption

Cougs look to keep winning ways against Oregon State

Chalk Talk: Cougar defense continues to put pressure on opposing offenses

Cougar offense looking to rebound after subpar start

Cougar Chalk Talk: WSU’s offense continues to hold back success early in the season

Washington State falls late in Salt Lake City

The Cougars open Pac-12 play with 0-2 record for the first time since 2019

Cougs prepare for the first road trip of the year with a familiar foe

Chalk Talk: The Cougars recent struggles to hold a big lead

Friday Night Sports Extra Part 3

Friday Night Sports Extra Part 2

Friday Night Sports Extra Part 1

Cougars try to learn from mistakes against USC this time around

Chalk Talk: USC program feeling the pressure coming to Pullman

Rolovich moves forward with Jayden de Laura as quarterback against Portland State

Cougar Chalk Talk: Looking into the ‘what-ifs’ of Saturday’s game

Washington State Cougars open season Saturday Night

Cougar Chalk Talk: Meet WSU’s first opponent, the Utah State Aggies

Fire District 9 remembers firefighter who died responding to reports of wildland fire

Central Valley football standout battling cancer back on the field

Cougar Chalk Talk: Who you can expect to see on the offense this fall

FDA fully approves Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine

Mead parents and students gather to protest mask mandates

WSU Cougars start training camp for 2021 season

Local advocacy groups celebrate new police reform laws

Local professor sees similarities between past and present pandemics

Local animal shelter receives dozens of dogs owners can’t care for

Businesses prepare for the potential of mask requirements once again

‘I find it disappointing’: Former WSU football player turned doctor reacts to Rolovich decision

Local dog owners unhappy with loss of South Hill dog park

Delta variant becomes dominant strain in Washington

Spokane Cooling Centers set to open up again on Sunday

Salvation Army and City of Spokane UHelp Program aims to pay utility bills

Rosauers Open returns to help support Vanessa Behan

Shelter ordinance changes aim to extend opportunities

Programs that can help people struggling to pay rent

Kootenai County not banning fireworks this weekend

‘Life coming back to the way it was’: Main Ave business owners celebrate state’s full reopening

Fireworks stands continue in some areas despite intense conditions