Caroline Flynn

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Caroline Flynn is an Emmy-nominated Multi-Media Journalist who joined the 4 News Now family in May 2017.

Caroline previously worked as a Multi-Media Journalist in Anchorage at the local FOX/ABC affiliate. During her time in Alaska, no two days of reporting were the same; one day she’d find herself participating in police academy training drills and the next feeding rescued moose calves. Turns out, the same is true in Spokane! As the reporter for Good Morning Northwest, Caroline has consistently shown she’s not afraid to try something new.

Her love of storytelling has given her the chance to cover historic events, like President Barack Obama’s 2015 visit to Alaska, the first time any sitting President had ever visited the Arctic. Other notable coverage includes the 2015 Iditarod and the Freeman High School shooting.

Caroline was born and raised in Northport, New York and graduated from Hunter College in 2012. Throughout college, she interned for the Early Show, Inside Edition and Howard Stern.

In her spare time, Caroline loves to travel, watch movies, take a spin class or go for a run and of course listen to the Beatles! She is proud to serve as the president of the Spokane Humane Society Board of Directors and as a member of the Salvation Army Advisory Board.

Articles

Point-In-Time count has record number of volunteers assisting in homelessness census effort

Get ready to hit the open road this weekend at the Inland Northwest RV Show!

How do you know if you have the flu?

Salvation Army Spokane needs volunteers year-round, not just during holidays

'We are all here for each other': Community rallies around those impacted by downtown Coeur d'Alene fire

Spokane Chiefs honoring local military at Saturday's game

Warm up inside the Davenport Grand's new outdoor igloos

Vitalant in urgent need of blood donors

The non-profit has seen a 44% decrease in donors since 2010, but the need for donors has not followed the decline.

#happylife: How to hold yourself accountable to the goals you've set for 2020

Wedding Expo gives couples the chance to plan every aspect of their big day

#happylife: Find motivation to keep up with your New Year's resolutions at the Health & Fitness Expo

Northern Quest prepares for busiest night of the year

Their New Years' celebrations have something for everyone, from parties to special dinners and fun for the kids

Do's and Don'ts of New Year's Eve fireworks in Spokane

Like Fourth of July, New Year's Eve has become synonymous with fireworks. And while the weather might be colder, it does not mean the laws on using fireworks in the City of Spokane change. For over 25 years the use and distribution of amateur fireworks has been banned, and there's no sign of that changing soon.