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.


Spokane Public Schools announces sites for Summer Meals Program

Brush fire put out, westbound I-90 reopens near Freya exit

Othello man, Moses Lake child killed in separate crashes Sunday

Street Music Week kicks off Monday

STA to receive $5.8M in American Rescue Plan funding for Central City Line

'They’ve responded better than any of us could ever imagine’: Freeman HS class of 2021 prevails through the unthinkable

EWU Board of Trustees set to vote on future of athletic program Friday

Glenrose bison escape enclosure for third time in past year

Congrats, class of 2021! Send us photos of your grad

Spokane high school seniors graduating throughout the weekend

SPD issues emergency alert for domestic violence call, suspect in custody

Oh, baby! 10 Kootenai Health nurses pregnant at the same time

Spokane City Council lifts COVID-19 state of emergency

Mark Few testifies before Senate committee in favor of NIL rights

Archaeology project looks at history of military occupation on Coeur d'Alene ancestral land

WSP searching for witnesses in deadly Highway 395 crash

Have you noticed any changes with your kids during the pandemic? If so, what's different?

Silverwood arson suspect cut hole in fence, used gas to start fire near roller coaster

Athletic Director Mike Roth announces retirement after nearly 40 years with the Zags

Owners of Lost Boys’ Garage working on new venture ‘The Summit’ in former Lindaman's building

Poke and toke: Washington offering free joints as new vaccine incentive

'Free Fishing Weekend' returns for Washington anglers June 12, 13

Ironman Coeur d'Alene in need of volunteers

Post Falls Police issues alert for man missing since Tuesday

10-acre wildfire destroys shed, garage in Loon Lake

Medical Examiner identifies man whose body was pulled from Spokane River

Ephrata man drowns in irrigation canal

Man shot by Kootenai County deputies during mental health call

Lockdowns lifted at Sandpoint High, Middle Schools following threat

Riverfront Park's Rotary Fountain reopens Friday

Burn restrictions now in place across Spokane County

Police: 15-year-old arrested for threatening to 'shoot up' Quincy Middle School

Girls injured in Freeman High School shooting honored with scholarships

Study: Spokane rents have increased 20.4 percent in the past year

Has your rent increased? Hard to find something in budget? Tell us about it

No children injured in N. Spokane school bus crash

Bear spotted on Mohawk Drive in Spokane Valley

Spokane man killed in climbing accident on Mt. Hood