Jordan Smith

Reporter

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Jordan joined the 4 News Now team as a reporter and fill-in anchor. He arrived in Spokane after spending the previous two years in Lewiston, Idaho, where he served as the 11 p.m. anchor and producer for their CBS affiliate.  

Jordan spent a good chunk of his childhood in Fort Collins, Colorado before moving to Boise in 2010. He discovered his passion for journalism while attending the University of Idaho; learning the ropes of the profession from former KXLY reporter Julie Scott. He spent much of those days reporting on Vandals Athletics, becoming particularly enthralled with the football and basketball programs.  

When he’s not working, Jordan loves spending his time watching the Vandals on Saturdays, exploring the area, and playing ice hockey.  

Articles

Supreme Court hears N. Idaho family’s lawsuit in first day back

City vacates building operating as homeless shelter

Voters voice displeasure with polling location, County Commissioner expects it to remain

Fundraiser in place for teens’ families after fatal Chattaroy crash

Highly dangerous chemicals found in wells near near Garfield and 7 Mile

Here’s how you can prepare for an expected increase to your heat bill

‘Censorship divides us’: Spokane Public Library holds events for Banned Books Week

Tiny homes offer modern, promising results to combat homelessness

Camp Hope costs taxpayers hundreds of thousands, city files nuisance order

‘Pallet homes’ currently not being pursued by city of Spokane or Dept. of Commerce

‘Like Lord of the Flies on drugs’: A look inside violent Camp Hope

Businesses feeling isolated amid Riverside Ave. project

Football and charity; the pillars of the Spokane Valley Sea Hawkers

Gov. Inslee announces end to all COVID Emergency Orders

U.S. Dept. of Housing & Urban Development releases Fair Market Rents

Trent Shelter opens its doors to the public

Boulder Mountain Fire estimated 3,000 acres

West Hills neighbors express outrage with nearby Catholic Charities housing project

U of I students forced to live in motel rooms to start semester

Idahoans among many crossing into Washington for abortion care

Sen. Cantwell visits Spokane, touts potential for tech growth