Elenee Dao

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Elenee Dao joined the 4 News Now team in August 2019 as a multimedia journalist.

Elenee came to Spokane from southern Idaho, where she was a multimedia journalist and filled a few other roles.

She is an Arizona native and graduated from Arizona State University’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication, where she also worked for the CW as a multimedia specialist and Arizona PBS as a producer.

Elenee is constantly looking for new recipes or restaurants and food trucks, to try out their food and drinks. She also enjoys going to concerts or staying in to read.

For story ideas, recipes or great eateries, feel free to email her at eleneed@kxly.com.

Articles

'It was like losing my best friend': Son remembers father who died from COVID

Spokane Schools hoping for mass vaccination clinic as state lays out plans to vaccinate more teachers

Plans underway to get teachers, child care workers vaccinated

'It's truly an honor': Mead High football players break in new stadium with first game of season

Thousands of Spokane's middle and high school students set to return to class Monday

SRHD Health Board denies restaurants' request to extend health permit

Report: High schools more likely to have larger outbreaks; how you'll find out if your child is affected

Spokane's housing market: too many buyers and not enough homes

Forum seeks to eliminate hesitancy surrounding the COVID-19 vaccine in communities of color

Spokane teen with brain cancer celebrates beating the odds, one year after diagnosis

WA legislators make another push for free period products in schools

'I was counting the days': 5th and 6th graders return to class on hybrid schedule

Her Recession: School districts' hybrid schedule posing challenges for families

Families, coaches excited for youth sports games returning in Phase 2

'We're trying to bridge a gap': Community organizations help vaccinate minority groups

'We try to make it a warm holiday': Spokane Chinese Association celebrating Lunar New Year differently in the pandemic

'It's a huge undertaking for everyone involved': N. Idaho vaccines get to health district as fast as they go out

WA Sect. of Health visits Spokane; talks vaccines, inequity and the future

Her Recession: Spokane mom shares pandemic struggles with the New York Times, learns she isn't alone

Local clinic offers new breast cancer screening option as regular health check-ups decline during pandemic

Schools detail quarantine guidelines as more students come back

Spokane loses at least $120 million from canceled events in 2020; agencies look forward to better year

Her Recession: Proposed bills aim to make child care more affordable, get people back to work

Local optometrists see increase in eye strain complaints as people continue to work from home

Local leaders, business owners push for Gov. Inslee to open restaurants at 50% capacity

These are the proposed replacement levies you'll find on your Feb. election ballot

'I was anxious to get it when it first came out': South Hill Village gets COVID vaccines

N. Idaho assisted living facility still waiting for first COVID vaccine dose

Spokane third graders head back to school for the first time in 10 months

Donor gives $12K to Women and Children's Free Restaurant after seeing them on 4 News Now

Proposed bill hopes to reduce unexcused absences in WA schools

Some Spokane restaurants reopen under modified guidelines

Thousands still in the dark following Wednesday's windstorm

Washington State University ramps ups COVID safety precautions

'We just feel like it's déjà vu': Windstorm wreaks havoc on Spokane's South Hill

Her Recession: Women and Children's Free Restaurant provides 1 million meals during pandemic

Gyms and fitness studios get ready to reopen Monday

WSU sees more medical school applicants with newfound 'Fauci effect'

'This is going to be a day we'll never forget': Silver Mountain avalanche victims remembered a year later