Kaitlin Knapp

Reporter

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Kaitlin Knapp joined the 4 News Now team as a multi-media journalist in April 2020.

She graduated from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. During her news internship, Kaitlin was hired as a morning news producer at a CBS affiliate. She was nominated for an Emmy for her work on the 2017 Las Vegas shooting.

Kaitlin has spent the last two years working at 4 News Now’s sister station, KVEW, in the Tri-Cities.

Kaitlin grew up in Florida, so she lives and breathes the sunshine. She loves meeting new people, trying out new restaurants, spending time near the water and playing with her two boxers, Rocky and Abby.

If you have any story ideas, send them her way at kaitlink@kxly.com

Articles

Spokane C.O.P.S. plans to cleanup graffiti by creating graffiti coordinator

'It's a really good day for Spokane': Community reacts to downtown stadium approval

Pacific Northwest Qualifier will require everyone to show negative COVID test or vaccination

'Two little pokes and I'm done': Two Spokane kids are eager to get COVID-19 vaccine

Warmer days ahead with showers at the end of the week - Kaitlin

Sunny Sunday ahead with warm temperatures on the way - Kaitlin

VA Secretary steps in after new Spokane VA electronic health system raises concerns

Spokane community calls removing North Central HS symbol "Past due"

4 News Now investigation: Data breach that impacted WA's unemployed also hit cities, schools and hospitals

Dry conditions concerning Spokane firefighters as wildfires already start to spark

Spokane Public Schools Board will negotiate proposed stadium with new partnership

Winds rip through Inland Northwest overnight, but make room for sunny skies today -- Kaitlin

Veterinarians slammed with appointments as more people become pet owners

'Beautiful, outgoing and fun': Friends and family hold candlelight vigil for Spokane mother

Spokane prepares to reopen pools with some changes

Inslee visits Spokane Arena ahead of vaccine eligibility increase

Need a COVID vaccine? Hundreds of appointments are available in Spokane

Spokane Valley Fire adds faster, bigger water rescue boat to the department

Zags walk out of The Kennel defeated, but proud of their team

'We're not out of the woods yet': Spokane doctor stresses safety as families travel for Spring Break

Spokane Public Schools consider boundary changes as class sizes grow

Students cheer on Final Four-bound Zags from afar

Central Valley 7th to 12th graders moving to in-person learning five days a week

Members of St. Charles Catholic Church gather to pray for peace following fire

WA Dept. of Health won’t advance vaccine phases due to high demand

Not yet eligible for the COVID vaccine? How to get on Walmart's 'no-waste' list

Spokane City Council resolution creates tribal liaison position

Gonzaga players react to inequity between men and women's NCAA bubbles

WSU's first graduating class of medical students celebrates Match Day

Spokane financial advisor shares tips to make the most out of your stimulus check

Community members weigh in on downtown Spokane stadium proposal

SPS to seek public comment for downtown stadium proposal

Spokane Police aiming to reduce property crimes through crime prevention missions

Despite COVID restrictions, Gonzaga fans continue to support Bulldogs at local bars

Coeur d'Alene Fourth of July shooting suspect takes the stand

Spokane Co. golf courses begin to reopen with COVID safety measures

Extra grant money could help Spokane Police tackle backlog of sexual assault kits