Erin Robinson

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Erin Robinson is the Director of Digital Content and Special Projects 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 written for several publications in the Inland Northwest including the Inlander and Spokane Faith and Values.

In addition to her job at 4 News Now, Erin works as an adjunct professor at Gonzaga University. She teaches a course called “Emerging Media” to junior and senior journalism, broadcasting and public relations students.

Though she was born and raised in Seattle, Erin considers Spokane home. She and her husband live on a beautiful nine-acre property with their two dogs, cat and chickens.


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Spokane Police investigating homicide at Rochester Heights Park

Idaho Fish and Game investigating 3 new bear attacks in N. Idaho

Spokane Police find missing 12-year-old boy with autism

No prosecution for alleged genital exposure at Coeur d’Alene Pride event

Salvation Army of Spokane launches 13th annual ‘Backpacks for Kids’ fundraiser

Priest River man dies in side-by-side crash

Detectives want more info on how man ended up dead in Spokane River

Inslee issues directive prohibiting state law enforcement from cooperating with abortion-related investigations

Several new laws take effect in Washington on July 1. Here’s what you need to know

Benewah County Sheriff’s Office investigating deadly shooting in St. Maries

WSP searching for hit-and-run driver who struck 14-year-old boy

1 body recovered, 3 missing as boat capsizes on Pend Oreille River

Right lane of westbound I-90 near Freya reopens

Wildfire evacuation notices canceled in Grant County

Gonzaga’s Chet Holmgren nominated for ESPY award

Evacuations lifted, Cheney gas leak under control

WATCH LIVE: ABC Special Report of latest Jan. 6 committee hearing

Full-distance IRONMAN race returning to Coeur d’Alene in 2023

West coast states commit to being safe haven for people seeking abortions, reproductive healthcare

WATCH LIVE: ABC Special Report on Supreme Court’s overturning of Roe v. Wade

‘Bravest girl on Earth’: Girl attacked by cougar helps wildlife researchers

Proposed plan would speed up housing construction in Spokane

Man falls 50 feet from Centennial Trail toward Spokane River

WSP ramping up DUI emphasis patrols for Hoopfest weekend

PHOTOS: First responders participate in mass casualty simulation

First shipments of COVID vaccines for younger WA children delayed

Argument over construction leads to fatal Tonasket shooting

Man killed in Deer Park motorcycle crash

Car drives through N. Spokane laundromat, causing thousands in damage

Spokane doctor explains differences in COVID vaccine for little kids

Popeyes opening locations in Airway Heights, North Spokane

Here’s when local pools will open for the season

Jury convicts former Hayden teacher of two child sex abuse charges

Car strikes 7-year-old girl in Worley crosswalk

Meals on Wheels collecting fans for local seniors before heat kicks in

‘I thought I was going to die’: Girl shot at Freeman High School gives impact statement

2026 World Cup coming to Seattle’s Lumen Field