Erin Robinson

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Erin Robinson is the Digital Content Manager at 4 News Now.

Erin joined the 4 News Now team in March 2019 after spending nearly a year in Denver working the assignment desk at KUSA. She began her journalism career in Spokane, serving in multiple roles at KREM 2. She most recently worked as the Morning Executive Producer.

Erin’s passion for journalism has led her to cover everything from crime to craft beer. Some of the most notable stories Erin has covered include the Chris Watts murders, Kelsey Berreth search and Freeman High School shooting. Erin has worked for several publications in the Inland Northwest including the Inlander and Spokane Faith and Values.

Though she was born and raised in Seattle, Erin considers Spokane home. When she is not frantically tracking breaking news, Erin can be found at the dog park with her black lab or yelling at the TV while the Zags play.

Articles

AMBER Alert issued for 6-year-old Rathdrum boy, 17-year-old brother also missing

SPD releases body cam video which shows officer kneeling on suspect's neck

Panhandle Health District identifies community spread of COVID-19 in N. Idaho

WATCH: Memorial service honoring George Floyd

Firefighters rescue man caught in Spokane River current

Jess Roskelley Foundation contributing new climbing structure to Riverfront Park playground

'We have not seen any evidence of this': Moses Lake PD addresses rumors about out of town agitators

Stevens, Ferry, Pend Oreille counties apply to advance to phase 3 of state's reopening plan

Bob Norris to advance as Republican candidate for Kootenai Co. Sheriff

Court docs: Man who threw molotov cocktail at Spokane Police caught on video

Inland Northwest resources to help you fight racism

YMCA cancels traditional summer programs at Camp Reed, offers alternatives

Washington state sues StarKist, former Bumble Bee CEO for overcharging consumers

Election results for Idaho's June 2 primary

Seattle PD: Armed person inside VA Hospital a case of mistaken identity

Spokane Valley's free summer meal program begins June 15

Moses Lake man dies in rollover crash

WSP arrests man for DUI, crashing into power pole near Seven Mile

Black Lives Matter protesters gather in downtown Spokane for second day

Mayor Woodward issues immediate curfew for portion of downtown, effective through 5 a.m. Tuesday

Spokane mayor, police chief and members of black community to hold news conference Monday

Washington anglers can fish for free June 6-7

Community members rally to clean up downtown Spokane after night of destruction, looting

Mayor Woodward: 'What we're seeing now is not Spokane. This is not who we are'

Woodward issues curfew for portion of downtown through 5 a.m. Monday, Sheriff requests National Guard assistance

Video shows people hit by car near downtown Spokane protest

Spokane's first cat café to open 'kitty lounge' soon with phase 2 guidelines in place

Several Washington campgrounds reopening Monday

Spokane County reports largest single day rise in COVID-19 cases as more testing is conducted

Organizers cancel Watershed 2020

Gleason Fest canceled due to pandemic

Catholic Charities partners with Gonzaga Prep to provide family homeless shelter

Take a 'drive-thru' tour on the tarmac at Felts Field

Shenanigans Sweets and Treats announces permanent closure

Deputies: Spokane Co. man stabbed dog, left it in dumpster to die

Dry Fly rolling out new canned huckleberry lemonade cocktails

World's largest all-electric aircraft makes maiden voyage in Moses Lake