Keith Osso

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Keith began his broadcast career at 4 News Now as a sports photographer in May of 2003, was promoted to sports reporter in July of 2005, and Sports Director in January of 2014. Keith is a Spokane native and proud East Valley grad.

Keith spent time on 700ESPN as well as co-host on Patchin, Lukens, and Osso for nine years. He was part of the Eastern Eagle football broadcast for five years and served as sideline reporter and host of the tailgate show. Keith has also served as color commentator for the Spokane Shock for six years.

Keith was a two year baseball letterman at North Idaho College where he earned first team all conference honors. He then continued on to Mesa State College in Grand Junction, Colorado where he majored in broadcasting. While at Mesa, Keith earned all-conference all-academic honors in baseball.

In his free time you can find Keith on a vacation on a tropical beach with his wife Tonya and daughter Skylar, or playing with his two Silver Labs; Quill and Gamora.

Articles

WSU's Rolovich responds to conversation with Woods

Kyle Smith has WSU basketball on the rebound

Miracle Monday: Neurological disorder won't keep this Sandpoint teen from aiming for the Paralympic Games

No baseball, no problem, Spokane Indians open up Infield Cafe

EWU football team shows unity in support of Black Lives Matter movement

Spokane's Derek Ryan ready to re-join Calgary teammates in quest for Stanley Cup

Osso: Baseball is dying, and it seems like it wants to

While baseball continues to be stuck at a negotiation table, the leaders in charge of the game seem to be more concerned with pointing fingers rather than getting back to work.

Former CV star Wu-Yelland selected by the Red Sox

WSU outlines testing requirements as athletes return to campus for voluntary workouts

Mariners select Emerson Hancock with 6th pick in MLB draft

Gonzaga vs. Texas Tech rematch is official

WIAA releases plan to return to high school sports in the fall

New WSU football coach helps create Coaches Coalition For Progress

Ten Cougars named preseason All-Pac12 in football

The Lumbermen return to the field as baseball returns to North Idaho

The Watson family bond through sports

Shining Star Senior Night: honoring Othello's Perez

Senior Night: honoring Clarkston's Wessels

Pac-12 will allow voluntary in-person athletic workouts June 15th

WSU's Manzardo named baseball All-American

Spokane's Beckman named WHL Player of the Year

Spokane's Ty Smith named WHL Defenseman of the Year

Senior Night: honoring Davenport's softball Seniors

Shining Star Senior Night: honoring Medical Lake's Hammond

Shining Star Senior Night: honoring Pullman's golf foursome

Shining Star Senior Night: honoring CV's Brandon Snider

Shining Star Senior Night: honoring U-Hi baseball

Shining Star Senior Night: honoring Warden's Holden Haworth

Big Sky Conference announces institutional decision making for athletics

Shining Star Senior Night: honoring Fleming and Trejo

Shining Star Senior Night: WV boys track and Madee Owens are honored

Shining Star Senior Night: honoring Axtell, Stubbs, and Furey

Shining Star Senior Night: honoring Mt. Spokane's 7 softball Seniors

Shining Star Senior Night: honoring McAllister, Gordon, Croft, Munter, and Carrazzo

Shining Star Senior Night: honoring Long, Bissell, McDougle and Chittenden

Shining Star Senior Night: honoring Freeman Baseball and Logan Krantz

Shining Star Senior Night: honoring Kirry, Jerome, and Bedow

Chiefs wrap up 2020 WHL Bantam Draft

Shining Star Senior Night: honoring Triplett, Johnson, and Hunter

Spokane's Adam Beckman named WHL Western Conference Player of the Year