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

Articles

'I could only cry': Spokane Valley homeowner shocked by politically motivated vandalism

Spokane Regional Health monitoring ongoing COVID-19 outbreaks at 13 care facilities

Attorney of former Pasco officer accused of Spokane murder responds to refiled charge

Spokane man awaiting child rape trial arrested again in sex sting operation

Lumber prices skyrocket as demand rises and supply goes down

Get ready for a week full of sunshine! - Kaitlin

'Where there's a will there's a way': Spokane mom starts homeschooling for the first time

2nd Harvest gets $4.4 million in CARES Act funding

Bloomies keep tradition alive with virtual Bloomsday

Bar, restaurant owners call on Gov. Inslee to extend service cut-off time

#4ThePeople: We bring your ballot security questions directly to the source

Panhandle Health District gets $1 million grant to fight opioid crisis in rural counties

'They were anxious to get started': Spokane Public School students begin first day of school at home

'We needed lots of extra hugs': Central Valley families adjust to new way of learning

Altitude Trampoline Park reopening on Thursday in Spokane Valley

'It's not a political issue': Spokane Co. Sheriff fires back against controversial arrest

Families spend time outdoors during last holiday weekend before school starts

What is school going to look like for SPS students? The school district has videos to show you

Donor uses friend's identity to trick Spokane sperm bank

'I'm lucky to just keep it going': Garland businesses push to keep doors open

Protesters march through Spokane to demand change in wake of Jacob Blake shooting

Spokane City Council will vote next month on whether or not to add fluoride to city's water

Spokane Valley mother threatened with eviction, Washington sues property management company

New rental assistance program available to people living in Spokane Valley

Spokane Schools details new safety model and what changes your child can expect

Nearly 80 COVID cases reported in Whitman Co. in four days, majority connected to WSU

Pullman Police issue warnings to party hosts ignoring state mandates

Construction of new Ice Age-themed playground coming along in Riverfront Park

Pullman Police to enforce state mandates, crack down on parties

Sex trafficking rumors in Spokane false, police say

Firefighters make progress on fires burning near Cheney

DNR: Firefighters put out at least six fires at Dishman Hills, most of them caused by people

SPD: Domestic calls rising in Spokane County, more women being arrested

Spokane Co. Jail reports no COVID-19 outbreaks among inmates, staff

Instrument rentals drop at Hoffman Music as SPS students transition to remote learning

'That's what saved my life was that dog': Man survives three days in the woods thanks to his best friend

Spokane health officer says COVID-19 outbreaks in schools 'very likely'