Connor Sarles

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Connor Sarles joined the 4 News Now team as a digital content producer in June 2019 after a year at KHQ-TV.

He is a Gonzaga University graduate, and is ecstatic to work in his hometown. He’s fascinated by digital media, but is downright crazy about any kind of creative endeavor – writing, filming, editing, scoring, and more. He also considers himself an ‘unabashed nerd’ Currently, he’s begrudgingly training himself to stop putting Oxford commas in his news articles.

When he’s not cutting video segments for 4 News Now, he’s probably at home producing music, editing videos, making computer games, or being a sore loser at pool at a bar somewhere.


Cochinito Taqueria closes for the week after employee tests positive for COVID-19

SPS wants students back in the fall, invites parents to attend webinars

City Council overrides Mayor Woodward's veto of mosquito alarm ordinance

Hoopfest 2020 canceled over COVID-19 concerns

Sheriff's Office identifies final victims in Lake Coeur d'Alene plane collision

AG Ferguson asks federal judge to block ICE deportation of international students

YMCA Spokane reopens swimming pools by reservation-only

Passenger injured in Rathdrum car crash loses arm, ISP says

Man injured, sent to hospital after possible drive-by shooting, police say

Taco Del Mar Wandermere location to close July 19

City Council to consider overturning mayor's veto on 'mosquito alarm' ordinance

Health District: 41 people have died from COVID-19, over 2,000 test positive

Elk Public House employee tests positive for COVID-19, restaurant staying open

Gov. Little extends Stage 4 another two weeks

Major Crimes: Man shot near First and Madelia, no suspects located

Coeur d'Alene Casino postpones all 2020 large-scale events due to COVID-19

Save water, earn utility bill credit with Spokane's 'Water Wise Challenge'

Elderly woman shot while crossing Wellesley, Major Crimes looking for suspects

Census Bureau looking to hire over 1,000 Eastern Washington residents

Spokane Co. sees 58 people test positive for COVID-19 since Tuesday

'We do not have a vaccine, but we have each other'; Inslee addresses rising COVID cases

U of I cancels August 1 in-person graduation ceremony

'Our prayers and thoughts are with the family': Pilot, several passengers identified in Lake Coeur d'Alene plane collision

'No mask, no service' mandate begins Tuesday

Sheriff's Office: Sister of stabbing victim attacked deputies during treatment

N. Idaho sees record-high 90 COVID-19 cases over the weekend

Spokane artist restores defaced George Floyd mural in downtown Spokane

Alert canceled for four children missing in Montana

Fire crews still working to contain Spirit Lake Fire

Fringe Boutique to close after 10 years

Spokane County sets another record; 98 people test positive for COVID-19 in 24 hours

Indaba to temporarily close shops after employee tests positive for COVID-19

Dept. of Health, Disease Modeling reports show communities of color affected most by COVID-19

Panhandle Health: 44 people test positive for COVID-19 in N. Idaho since Wednesday

Washington law schools form task force, addressing racial discrimination in state's courts

Charlie P's temporarily closes after serving patron with COVID-19

Sheriff's deputies: speed, impairment led to fatal UTV crash near Spangle

Heritage Bar & Kitchen temporarily closes out of caution for COVID-19

Yakima fitness center fined nearly $10K for opening amid 'Safe Start' plan