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

Local educators hope getting vaccinated will ease back-to-school uncertainty for students, parents

Break out the sunglasses! Expect sunny days and warmer temps this week - Kaitlin

Controversial police reform bill passes Washington House of Representatives

Spokane middle, high schoolers are back in the classroom Monday

'I miss her': Woman who lost daughter to suicide hopes proposed bill will help others

Spokane Public Schools details what class will look like for high schoolers upon return

Woman found dead in her Spokane apartment, investigation underway

Spokane Public Schools shares what class will look like for 7th and 8th graders

Some Spokane restaurants won't open for indoor dining under Phase 2

Scheduling issues at Spokane Arena send man elsewhere in search of vaccine for disabled wife

Whitworth University students spearhead projects for annual fundraiser

Local food pantry sees drop in foot traffic during pandemic, in search of families to feed

Spokane soccer team stranded in Texas due to historic winter storm

Airway Heights Correction Officer pleads guilty to smuggling drugs into prison

Spokane restaurants move to indoor dining on Valentine's Day for Phase 2

Get ready for a chilly Valentine's Day followed by snow on Monday - Kaitlin

City streets, war zone weapons: Washington lawmaker wants military surplus weapons out of hands of local police

Temple Beth Shalom vandalized with anti-Semitic graffiti, Spokane Police looking for suspect

'We're not going anywhere': Malden's on the path to rebuilding with disaster declaration

New addition to Spokane Co. Jail hopes to speed up operations, slow COVID spread

Family goes to great lengths to secure vaccine appointment at Spokane Arena

Data breach potentially exposes information of more than one million Washingtonians

Thieves steal thousands of dollars in car parts from dealerships across Spokane

Foggy Friday morning ahead with some rain and snow expected this weekend - Kaitlin

Get ready for a warmer, wet weekend - Kaitlin

Here's what the vaccination process at the Spokane Arena will look like

Spokane Arena scheduled to open as mass vaccination site on Wednesday

'We need help': People in Malden seek federal help, say they hope to rebuild either way

Psychologist shares tips to help reduce your child's stress during the pandemic

Coeur d'Alene Public Schools asking voters to renew district levy

Spokane families continue to struggle as critical food delivery program ends

Central Valley parents, students frustrated with district's reopening plan

N. Idaho property management company to pay $50,000 for violating Washington eviction moratorium

Washington moving to Phase 1B of vaccine rollout plan, will now include anyone 65 and older

Tree crushes teen's car on 19th birthday during last week's windstorm

Power outage from windstorm forces Northwest Spokane restaurant to close

Residents spend five days in the dark awaiting repairs from last week's windstorm