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

'I saw the rest of the explosion and all the debris falling down': Witness describes deadly Coeur d'Alene plane crash

Camping during COVID; three families travel, camp across the Northwest

Man with previous DUI arrest to face vehicular homicide charges in cyclist's death

Fairchild AFB welcomes new commander for 92nd Air Refueling Wing

Spokane man put firework in Shop-Vac prior to explosion, court documents say

Growing COVID-19 concerns force several Spokane restaurants to temporarily close

Restaurants prepare for Fourth of July weekend, stepping up safety measures

'It's heartbreaking': Two men drown in two days at Corbin Park; Kootenai Co. firefighters encouraging life jackets

Man shot and killed on Monroe Street identified

Two employees from Coeur d'Alene restaurant test positive for COVID-19

'We're on life support right now': Weekend with no Hoopfest impacting downtown businesses

Camp Reed starts virtual sessions as pandemic cancels summer camp

Ramp meters are going up at five I-90 ramps in Spokane, meant to reduce congestion and crashes

Spokane firefighters hoping to use goats for wildfire prevention as soon as July

Two survive helicopter crash near Rathdrum

Spokane Regional Health District: 40 percent of new COVID-19 cases linked to community spread

Alleged kidnapping victims rescued after texting friend to call 911

Spokane families celebrate Father's Day with drive-by parade at Touchmark senior living facility

Vets warn pet owners to watch out for rattlesnakes, seek medication to prevent ticks

Washington budget shortfalls could impact services you use

Balboa Elementary students finally return for belongings left behind during shutdown

Demonstrators flock to Riverfront Park, protesting to 'defund the police'

Donna's School of Dance forced to close due to the pandemic

Spokane police guild contract up for a city council vote next week, receiving mixed reviews

Idaho mother writes letter to Floyd family, expresses sorrow through personal experience

The life and legacy of the White Elephant and Conley family

Lawsuit filed against WA Employment Security Dept. commissioner

Spokane Co. Sheriff's Office: Reckless driver hits, kills Spokane Valley driver

Business booming at Idaho restaurant after approval of Phase 3

Spokane Police turn to bodycam, cell phone video in search of vandals and looters

'Let me help you guys, help us': How one protest leader hopes to see change happen

Amber Alert issued for 3-year-old Wapato girl

Spokane protesters react to violence, plead for change

Grant Co. deputies investigating deadly crash in Moses Lake

Bars prepare to open in Idaho under Phase 3

48,000 Washingtonians waiting for unemployment application approval

Washington State Patrol crime lab sees increase in sexual assault kits, backlog

Highway crash sends four motorcyclists to Kootenai hospital

American Legion leads drivers through Spokane cemetery for Memorial Day

Fire destroys barn, kills chickens in Spokane Valley