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.

Articles

Central Washington University student being tested for coronavirus

Wind gusts up to 60 mph expected through Saturday

Car drives through front window of N. Spokane house, woman taken to hospital

Mountain Gear’s closing sale ends Sunday

Silver Mountain closed Friday due to high winds

WSU cancels upcoming study abroad program in China

Lush Cosmetics opening Spokane location on Wednesday

Whitworth Wind Symphony cancels trip to China amid coronavirus outbreak

WATCH: Closing arguments begin in Pres. Trump’s impeachment trial

N. Idaho dogs with special needs to hit the field in this year’s Puppy Bowl

Clark’s Diamond Jewelers continuing fight over January snow promotion

PHOTOS: After days of grey skies, the Inland Northwest wakes up to a pink sunrise

Ciara and Russell Wilson announce they are expecting baby ‘number 3’

Ferris High School locker room ransacked during basketball game

Several Apple products were stolen from high schoolers

Robyn Nance testifies in support of foster family relocation bill

Washington Trust Bank teaming up with the Extreme Team to renovate Spokane Humane Society’s big red barn

Firefighters on scene of a sinkhole near Connor Road and Sands Road

January brings 115 inches of snow to Schweitzer Mountain

Chris Stapleton playing the Gorge this summer

Inlander Restaurant Week returns!

Proposed Washington bill seeks to permit tribal regalia at graduation ceremonies

Case of missing Pasco man now a murder investigation

Coeur d’Alene pastor Tim Remington appointed to Idaho House of Representatives

Former Gonzaga president Rev. Bernard Coughlin passes away at 97

Fatal hit-and-run suspect arrested while appearing in court on DUI charge

Idaho nurse sentenced to 3 years for role in Kelsey Berreth’s death

Ferris HS community to to honor former teammate killed in crash

Spokane Youth Card will be available for District 81 students again this summer

Brad Paisley to play the Gorge this May

Earlier sunrises, later sunsets and more hours of daylight are on the way

This week’s temperatures will linger nearly 20 degrees above average for this time of year

4 injured in I-90 crash, lanes near Ellensburg fully reopen

The top 10 most checked-out books from the Spokane Public Library

Guardian investigation reveals neo-Nazi leader owns land in Ferry County

Former Hugo’s on the Hill building to be demolished in the next month

East Valley School District warns parents about suspicious man who approached fifth grader

Spokane homeless veterans to have access to services at Saturday event

glassybaby holding ‘seconds sale’ in Spokane, portion of proceeds to benefit Team Gleason