Katerina Chryssafis

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Katerina Chryssafis joined the 4 News Now team as a multimedia journalist and weekend weather anchor in June 2019.

Katerina is excited to continue her career in the Inland Northwest. She comes to us from Grand Junction, Colorado where she reported, anchored, and produced. Before her on air career, she worked as a News Assistant at KABC in Los Angeles.

While she may have spent the past few years away from the coast, Katerina is a California girl through and through. She grew up in Los Angeles and graduated from California State University, Northridge.

During her free time, Katerina likes going to concerts, spending time by the water, and checking out all of the good food spots in town. If you have any recommendations, she’d love to hear from you!

You can find Katerina on Facebook or Twitter, or feel free to send her an e-mail at katerinac@kxly.com!


Above average temperatures and sunny skies for your Sunday! - Katerina

Small businesses can now get free PPE thanks to CARES Act funding

Sunshine and 80 degree temps to start our work week! - Katerina

Wet weather moving in on Sunday along with cooler temps - Katerina

SNAP's Women's Business Center receives grant to support businesses impacted by pandemic

Local cannabis industry sees increase in sales during COVID-19 pandemic

Sunshine and 80 degree temps to start your work week! - Katerina

Sunny skies on the way just in time for Father's Day! - Katerina

$2.1 million from CARES Act will help fund Second Harvest

Spokane law firm sees drastic increase in divorce cases during COVID-19 pandemic

OHF plans to open Racial Reconciliation Center in Spokane

Cooler temperatures with a chance of rain in the forecast for Sunday - Katerina

Get ready for another round of thunderstorms heading our way! - Katerina

How to talk to kids about race and racism amid George Floyd protests

Spokane city councilwoman concerned over police use of force

We're starting off June with temps in the 70's! - Katerina

How local summer camps are changing operations to keep kids safe

Spokane working to open public pools for summer, but with restrictions

Local businesses navigate 'new normal' under phase 2 guidelines

Rain expected for Memorial Day, followed by sunshine and 80 degree temps! - Katerina

Washington State University researchers studying COVID-19 and pets

Dealing with an eating disorder during the coronavirus pandemic

Rainy weather expected to continue into Monday! - Katerina

Wet weather moving in for the majority of next week! - Katerina

'We're sharing the abundance': Grant helps connect extra food supply to local families in need

Retired KXLY broadcaster, COVID survivor donates plasma for patients

Local retail shops adjust to new curbside pick up guidelines

Sunny, warm, and windy conditions expected for Mother's Day - Katerina

Event planners, nonprofits get creative to cope with financial loss

Get ready for a chilly night, followed by a gorgeous start to your work week! - Katerina

Thunderstorms, hail, and gusty winds expected for Saturday night - Katerina

Spokane Veterans Home ramps up safety efforts to prevent COVID-19 spread

Local universities announce plans to resume in-person learning for the fall semester

Local teen raises money to donate masks for frontline workers

Get ready for rain, gusty winds, and possibly even a few thunderstorms! - Katerina

Wet weather tonight, dry and sunny tomorrow! - Katerina