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!


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Partly cloudy with a slight chance for sprinkles this Mother's Day! - Katerina

'I want to be able to enjoy life again': People share why they decided to get vaccinated

With job demand high, local agency encourages businesses to hire those with disabilities

'It's not an attempt to erase our history': SPS board invites community to weigh in on new mascot

Lifeguards and swim instructors needed this summer to staff aquatic centers

Another day of wet weather across the Inland Northwest for our Sunday - Katerina

Prepare for soggy soccer fields and high mountain snow this Saturday - Katerina

Enjoy the sunshine today because we have wet weather on the way! - Katerina

Get ready for lots of sunshine and mild temperatures for your Tuesday! - Katerina

Struggling Sprague Ave business owners now dealing with construction

Strong winds expected to continue overnight across the Inland Northwest - Katerina

Sunny and warm Sunday followed by afternoon rain and gusty winds - Katerina

'I've never seen inventory like this': Spokane bike shops still dealing with shortage

What's it like to get vaccinated? Your neighbors share their experiences

Ramp meters going up at six I-90 on-ramps across Spokane starting Tuesday

Hard freeze expected Sunday morning, cover up those plants tonight - Katerina

SNAP's volunteer driver program helps seniors during pandemic

Spokane police, local artists give back to at-risk youth in Spokane

Cloudy with light sprinkles for your Easter Sunday! - Katerina

Stroke survivor shares his story, encourages others to seek help

Two million more Washingtonians will soon be eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine

Potentially damaging winds heading into Sunday with gusts up to 60 mph. - Katerina

It's going to be a windy day across the Inland Northwest on Sunday. We are forecasting southwest wind between 25-35 mph, with gusts up to 60 mph.

Panhandle Health District opens up vaccine appointments for anyone 16 years or older

Medical expert warns Idaho could see fourth COVID surge

'The worst is behind us': Local gyms prepare for Phase 3 guidelines

Be prepared for a slick Monday morning commute! - Katerina

Kicking off spring with rain and possible snow in the forecast! - Katerina

It's felt like it for awhile now, but we can officially say spring is here!

Seattle YouTuber and local candle shop raise $41K for Project Beauty Share

Her Recession: Local bridal shop thrives during pandemic with help from SNAP

'It's a terrible time to do it': Restaurant owners frustrated over Hamilton Corridor construction

Rain and light snow possible for our Monday morning - Katerina

Spring-like weather continues on Sunday with a bit of mountain rain and snow - Katerina

Finding the Helpers: Volunteers step up to help vaccinate people in the Spokane community

North Central High School student helps create bill to remove Native American mascots

'I'm tired of watching young people die': Spokane law enforcement say gang violence is on the rise