Kyle Simchuk

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Kyle Simchuk joined 4 News Now as a multimedia reporter in May 2017.

He is a graduate of Washington State University (Go Cougs!) and is happy to begin his career in a state he’s always called home.

Kyle was raised on Whidbey Island, but his family has deep roots in the Lilac City. His grandfather, John Simchuk, owned and operated Simchuk Sporting Goods in Spokane for nearly 40 years beginning in 1940.

When he isn’t covering local news, you can find him back home mowing his great-grandma’s lawn, crabbing, and salmon fishing. He enjoys skiing in the winter.

If you have a story idea, favorite recipe, or just want to say hi, send him an email!


What will it take to advance? Spokane approaching four months in phase 2

Spokane City Council accepts $4 million fluoride grant

'Stop spreading rumors': Emergency officials say rumors of extremist groups starting wildfires aren't true

A breakdown of wildfires burning throughout Washington and North Idaho

Red Cross adjusts to help families impacted by wildfires during the pandemic

Spokane venues glow red in nationwide fight for live entertainment industry

Young couple saves two kids and a baby from burning Post Falls home

Discussion over adding fluoride to Spokane's water gets mixed response

Community rallies to help little boy with autism celebrate his 8th birthday

Spokane Schools to focus on crisis management with new safety plan

Spokane woman zip ties hopeful messages to Monroe St. Bridge to ward off suicide attempts

Spokane Public Schools details what middle and high school students can expect with remote learning

Spokane Public Schools details what learning will look like for special needs students this fall

Herzog Family Center working to accommodate families in need of child care

Alaska Airlines flight out of Spokane delayed over passengers refusing to wear masks

Fire crews knock down brush fire in Spokane Valley

Spokane officers shoot suspect linked to three armed robberies during traffic stop

Spokane's Northeast Youth Center prepares for an influx of children with remote learning

From clicking 'Place Order' to it arriving at your doorstep: The process at Amazon's new fulfillment center

Coeur d'Alene Schools drafts reopening plan; currently at 'moderate' COVID-19 risk

Community steps up to help family of man who died saving his wife and child from Spokane River

Everything you need to know ahead of Washington's primary election

What Zags can expect when and if they decide to return to campus this fall

'He was screaming for help': Witness relives the moment a young man went under water at Boulder Beach

Health officials plead with Panhandle Health Board to mandate masks in North Idaho

SPS superintendent addresses parent questions about what school could look like come fall

Young man labeled by Army as 'deserter' found dead, now being treated as homicide

Gov. Inslee says moving counties backward a possibility if COVID-19 cases don't improve

'Absolutely false': Spokane Police Department responds to cover-up accusations in March officer-involved crash

Couples living at Riverview Retirement Community fighting to keep portion of it open

What Spokane Schools is suggesting for when students return in the fall

Catholic Charities CEO calls himself, church 'racist'

Here's where you can catch a fireworks show in Spokane this July 4th

Video shows tense interaction between Grocery Outlet employee and woman violating mask mandate

What an extension of the Paycheck Protection Program could mean for local businesses

Spokane Police officer finds, returns man's stolen bike worth thousands of dollars

Borracho Tacos & Tequileria implements extra safety measures to curb COVID-19 spread