Destiny Richards

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Destiny Richards joined the 4 News Now team in January 2020 as a multi-media journalist and reporter for Good Morning Northwest.

Destiny previously worked as a photojournalist and multi-media journalist at the CBS affiliate in Amarillo, Texas. She is from the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex and graduated from the University of North Texas in 2016.

Destiny’s favorite thing about storytelling is getting to meet different people and learning something new each day. She’s also an indoorsy person at heart and enjoys listening to music, watching her favorite movies and T.V. shows, playing video games, reading, writing and doing just about anything that’s creative or relaxing.

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Autism Awareness Month: ISAAC Foundation hosting events all month long for special needs families, advocates

Coeur d'Alene teachers value consistency over normalcy as students return to full-time in-person learning

Modern Dreamers Slumber Co.: Spokane moms create a custom sleepover experience

University High School students crafting COVID clean-up organizers

YMCA Camp Reed prioritizing campers' safety and mental health this summer

Cottage Cafe: Beloved Spokane Valley breakfast spot reopens under Phase 3

Hut no.8 resale boutique starting new Creative Class Series on re-styling old clothes

Year in the Bubble: Dry Fly shifts focus from Spokanitizer to new downtown facility

Izzy's Comfort Kitchen: Coeur d'Alene restaurant serves all things comfort food in The Great Dine Out

Year in the Bubble: NewTech Skill Center giving students hands-on experience again this school year

Year In The Bubble: SPS meal distributions keep students fed, financially help families

Year In The Bubble: Ruins becomes take-out restaurant, vintage, VHS store after a year of challenges

Little Noodle: Asian-inspired restaurant in the Garland District featured in The Great Dine Out

Year In The Bubble: No-Li Brewhouse gives back as COVID-19 hits the community

Spokane Fire Dept. develops new training model for rescuing people trapped in a house fire

Bean & Pie taking pre-orders for Pi Day Celebration on 3/14

Stevens Elementary students celebrate 'Kindness Month' by collecting items for Family Promise

Outlaw Woman: New handmade accessory shop opening in Garland District next month

Hotel Indigo's Magnolia American Brasserie reopens under Phase 2

Back-To-School 101: Coeur d'Alene Public Schools decides to move students to five days a week

Animals impacted by winter storm in Texas to find new homes in Spokane

Revival Tea Company tasting room reopens in time for one-year anniversary

Back-To-School 101: Spokane middle school, high school students transition to hybrid learning

Casper Fry hosts two pop-up dining events with limited menu before fully reopening in March

Central Valley middle, high school students undergoing another hybrid schedule change

Back-To-School 101: Spokane Public Schools phasing out meal kits, available still for virtual-only students

Baba opens in Kendall Yards, serving Mediterranean, Middle Eastern, Asian-style comfort food

Back-To-School 101: Treating kids with possible COVID-19 symptoms

Back-To-School 101: Keeping your 5th and 6th graders on track on a hybrid schedule

Tax season 2021: How COVID-19 circumstances may affect how you file

Valley Candles to host February Open House with sales on candles, bath bombs, Valentine's Day-themed items

In a pickle over what to get your Valentine? Buy a pickle bouquet from Garland Sandwich Shoppe

Back-To-School 101: The slow, safe return to high school sports

Coeur d'Alene Public Schools brings middle, high school students back four days a week, loosens quarantine protocol

Kagen Coffee and Crepes: Tri-Cities breakfast spot opens new location in North Spokane

As more students phase back in, SPS Day Camps are being phased out

Back-To-School 101: What happens if there's a case of COVID-19 in Spokane Public Schools