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

Whitetail Loop Fire ignited when a bird flew into a power line

Whitworth reschedules commencement for class of 2020 to May 2021

Pullman Police: Hacker shows inappropriate video during middle school Zoom class

Washington, Idaho senators request CARES Act funding for wheat farmers

Deputies recover $100K worth of stolen tractors, ATVs and equipment in Colville

Inslee, Durkan respond to Trump's call to cut funding from 'anarchist' cities

Little extends Stage 4 for another two weeks

Back to school: How to find a great deal on a laptop for your student

Evacuations lowered to Level 2 for fire burning 320 acres near Spangle

WSP looking for leads in 1994 cold case murder out of Newport

Spokane Co. Sheriff's Office looking for suspect in Home Depot robbery

Health Officer: Local universities doing a 'great job' with COVID response

3 injured in I-90 crash, driver charged with vehicular assault

Pullman Police issue additional citations to party hosts violating COVID mandates

$2 million in CARES Act funding to help with broadband issues in rural Idaho

USDA extends free meal program for kids through end of 2020

'Before I Die...' public art piece on display in Riverfront Park

Spokane Co. Library District offering programs to help people discuss race inequity

Another 50 cases of COVID-19 reported in Whitman County

Gesa Credit Union matching donations to Second Harvest for Hunger Action Month

Oberto recalls Cattleman's smoked sausage

Washington's new gun laws to remain in effect; federal judge upholds I-1639

Spokane Police identify domestic violence suspect in standoff at Motel 6

SPS School Board to begin interviewing candidates to fill vacancy

Natural gas line break repaired along Apache Pass Road

Pullman Police issue 8 tickets to party hosts violating COVID mandates

ISP: DUI driver hit, injured two motorcyclists near Rathdrum

Standoff at Motel 6 ends with domestic violence suspect in custody

It's been 100 days since Spokane County entered Phase 2

Pick some juicy peaches at Green Bluff before the season is over

Missing 16-year-old girl may be in Airway Heights area

PHOTOS: Black Lives Matter protesters gather in downtown Spokane

Officers to be staged throughout downtown during Sunday's protest

Benewah County deputy crashes patrol car, taken to Kootenai Health

Volunteers remove 1,100 pounds of trash from Spokane River banks

Whitman County reports highest single-day rise in COVID-19 cases

March for Jacob Blake to take place in downtown Spokane Sunday afternoon

Take a stroll and read a story along the way at Comstock Park

Bonners Ferry man charged in chiropractor's murder

Spokane Police respond to 4 drive-by shootings since Tuesday