Kaitlin Knapp


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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


Extra traffic expected in North Spokane for Chick-fil-A grand opening

WSU vs. USC game rescheduled for Dec. 6 due to COVID-19 cases

Spokane Police urging people to take extra steps to protect packages from thieves

Spokane woman decorates 30-foot Christmas tree in honor of her 92-year-old mother

Business owners share what 'Small Business Saturday' means to them

Spokane families changing Thanksgiving plans due to pandemic

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Bonner Co. Commissioner pushes to defund Panhandle Health District

Altitude Trampoline Park fined $9,639 for operating outside "Safe Start" plan

Unemployment benefit changes ahead, some set to expire

Small local businesses suffering from new COVID-19 restrictions

Restaurants, bars navigate month without indoor dining

Adams Co. 'superspreader' wedding infects more than 40 people across Eastern WA

The rain is here! Make way for some warmer temperatures tomorrow - Kaitlin

Formal charges filed against four suspects accused of killing Newport teen

Starting off the work week with rain, but warm temperatures are not far behind - Kaitlin

Washington restaurants, bars forced to close indoor dining this week

Central Valley third graders transition to in-person learning

'Free speech' social media app, Parler, gaining popularity

Members of Gonzaga's Black Student Union react to racial slurs during Zoom meeting

Court docs: Newport teenager found buried with his hands tied behind his back

Spokane couple who locked child in dog crate sentenced to two months

Post Falls mask mandate on the table for Monday's City Council meeting

Coeur d'Alene businesses push to survive as resort cancels lighting ceremony

Spokane businesses can apply for new hospitality grant thanks to CARES Act funding

Spokane businesses prepare for possibility of political fallout

Kootenai County polling precincts open Tuesday

Spokane County Elections Office temporarily moves to the Spokane Arena

#4ThePeople: Your election questions answered by the Kootenai County Clerk

City of Spokane prepares for potential protests week of election

Coeur d'Alene businesses not required to enforce mask mandate

Community members give input on a potential mask mandate in Coeur d'Alene

Spokane families assess damage in day following record-breaking snowstorm

The life of a ballot: How it's processed at the Spokane County Elections Office

'Stay strong': Whitworth University, WSU students share college experiences during COVID

'I'm glad I'm in line to vote early': Kootenai County voters showing up in record numbers

Altitude Trampoline Park told to close for not following 'Safe Start' mandate

The NATIVE Project plans to expand with COVID-19 testing building

#4ThePeople: If my name and signature have changed, will my ballot still be counted?