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!


The warming trend continues for our Thursday with mostly sunny skies! - Katerina

COVID-19 impacts diaper demand across the nation, including Spokane

SPS middle and high school students return to in-person hybrid learning

Possible wet Sunday followed by calmer conditions for our work week - Katerina

Priority Spokane launches support group to help those struggling during the pandemic

Her Recession: Single mom shares her struggles finding affordable housing

Her Recession: Single mom struggles to provide for her son as she waits for unemployment

Get ready for gusty winds and wet weather for our Monday - Katerina

Wet, windy, and warmer temperatures on the way! - Katerina

With no plan for Phase 3 in sight, Spokane leaders ask for involvement in next steps

'Everything our economy is going to need, this building is going to help generate': An inside look at Spokane's newest sports venue

Business owners navigate Phase 2 of Washington's reopening plan

How to stay safe as arctic air moves through the Inland Northwest

Thousands of first responders in Spokane get their second dose of COVID-19 vaccine

Spokane teachers hosting second fundraiser with SNAP for families in need

Possible snow, sunshine, and seasonal temperatures for Sunday! - Katerina

Light rain and snow possible, otherwise a mild Thursday - Katerina

Hundreds vaccinated at Kootenai Co. Fairgrounds on opening day

Thousands of students return to the classroom for in-person learning this week

It's going to be a wet Sunday across the Inland Northwest! - Katerina

Are you ready for the snow?! Here's what you need to know - Katerina

A break from the snow on Tuesday, followed by more wet weather - Katerina

Freezing temps and possible snow on the way for Sunday! - Katerina

More people turning to dogs for help with pandemic related stress

'He brings about hope': Spokane group honors legacy of Martin Luther King Jr.

Light snow overnight, followed by sunshine for your Sunday! - Katerina

Windstorm damage deals another blow to restaurants relying on outdoor dining

Despite successful vaccine rollout, Idaho health officials warn to not let guard down

Avista offers tips to keep you and your family safe during tonight's windstorm

Central Valley School District to begin phasing in middle and high schoolers

Get ready for freezing fog & cloudy skies for your Sunday - Katerina

SPS Superintendent lays out discussion for school board meeting tonight

Spokane private schools share experience having students back inside the classroom

Hundreds of WSU students and faculty will be tested for COVID-19 prior to first day

Early morning rain and snow, followed by breezy and sunny conditions! - Katerina

Depression, anxiety have quadrupled among teens and adults during pandemic

EXCLUSIVE: Airway Heights inmate says he was forced to live with COVID-positive cellmate

Finding the Helpers: Wells Fargo donates $29K to Second Harvest to feed those in need

Lift Zone program provides free internet access for childcare centers across Spokane