Emily Oliver

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Emily Oliver joined the 4 News Now team as a Digital Producer in March of 2019.

Emily is a recent graduate of Eastern Washington University, where she majored in Communication Studies and received a minor in Journalism. During her time as a student, she was the main feature writer for Eastern 24/7, one of the university’s online news publications. She also wrote an article that was featured on the front page of Eastern Magazine.

Emily grew up in Western Washington, in Maple Valley. She moved to Spokane for school, took a brief hiatus to participate in a professional internship at Walt Disney World, then came back to graduate.

When she isn’t updating social media or writing stories for the web, Emily does hot yoga, checks out cool breakfast spots around Spokane, and spends quality time with her cat.

Articles

Crash blocking both southbound lanes of US 95 near Hayden

Tips for protecting your package from 'porch pirates' ahead of the holidays

Spokane hardware store searching for thief who took off with 50 Christmas trees

Looking to spread holiday cheer? Salvation Army still searching for Adopt-A-Family sponsors

Expect a mostly clear weekend across the Inland Northwest

Chelan-Douglas Health District warns of delayed results due to surge in COVID-19 testing

Spokane Co. coronavirus cases climb ahead of the holiday with 418 more people testing positive

All lanes of I-90 reopen near Thor St.

Salvation Army to host annual Thanksgiving Day Meal with additional safety measures in place

Spokane Schools moves forward with proposed levy on February ballot

Holidays & Heroes Donation Drive underway; how you can help a child in need

Christmas Tree Elegance postponed over pandemic safety concerns

Expect a mostly sunny weekend with a chance of snow Sunday evening

Rind and Wheat owner Ricky Webster takes home grand prize in Real California Pizza Contest

Three Spokane businesses cited for refusing to follow COVID-19 safety guidelines

North Idaho sees record-high daily spike in COVID-19 cases with 241 people testing positive

Additional 227 people test positive for COVID-19 in Spokane

SpokAnimal asking for blanket donations to keep kittens warm this winter

Gov. Inslee announces $135 million in economic assistance for businesses, renters impacted by recent closures

Mayor Woodward details steps to protect local businesses heading into the holidays

Lewiston City Council votes to approve mask mandate

Gov. Inslee places cap on how much food delivery services can charge restaurants

Local business owners call on Spokane-area lawmakers, asking Gov. Inslee to rethink latest restrictions

Gonzaga's Killian Tillie to sign deal with Memphis Grizzlies, ESPN says

Spokane Public Schools prepares for return of second graders to the classroom

Spokane Police arrest suspect in fatal downtown stabbing from early October

WSU's CJ Elleby selected by Portland Trail Blazers in NBA Draft

Idaho women's basketball cancels first two games, citing 'limited roster numbers' due to COVID testing

See which local restaurants are offering to-go with 'Operation: Grub & Growlers'

Post Falls City Council approves resolution requiring masks to be worn on city property

Record-high daily COVID-19 cases reported in Washington and Idaho

CDC crediting COVID-19 safety measures for 82% reduction in Delaware's cases

City employee run over by skid steer, expected to survive

Gov. Inslee announces new statewide restrictions on dining, gatherings as COVID-19 cases surge

Moses Lake middle schools shift to remote learning as COVID cases rise among staff

Oregon defeats WSU Cougars 43-29

Gov. Inslee to announce actions to fight state's rising COVID-19 cases Sunday morning

Post Falls students set to return to the classroom four days a week

POLL: Is it too early to start decorating for Christmas?