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!

Articles

Spokane man to give away 300 Thanksgiving meals, all while supporting local

'Hanging on by a thread': WA Hospitality Association says restaurants need more than a $70M grant

Son reportedly shoots at father during argument, Major Crimes detectives investigating

Local father, coach concerned latest shutdowns will negatively impact young athletes

Customers share final toast as local bar prepares for second COVID-19 closure

Washington Hospitality Assoc. fears 100,000 people could lose their jobs if further statewide restrictions take effect

Local schools scrambling for substitute teachers as COVID-19 cases rise among staff

'It's very different': Fan Fest kicks off at Gonzaga with an empty kennel

Court docs: Newport teenager found buried with his hands tied behind his back

Coronavirus cases surge throughout the Inland Northwest as U.S. reports highest daily case spike

Local artist selling signs to show support for Dr. Lutz

Washington landlords suing the state over eviction moratorium

Police investigating body found by maintenance man in North Spokane home

Washington's eviction moratorium includes protection for those living in non-traditional housing

Spokane Public Schools sees low COVID-19 transmission rates, prepares to welcome more students back

Spokane Valley man finally sentenced for raping child 7 years ago

Spokane Police respond to at least 66 crashes in first day of fall snowstorm

#4ThePeople: Local voters give their take on the final presidential debate

#4ThePeople: Local voters share what's important to them this upcoming election

Get to know the three candidates running for sheriff in Kootenai County

Some Idaho families could get up to $3,500 from 'Strong Families, Strong Students' grant

Thieves find decomposing body in Valleyford garage

Health District survey aims to gauge 'quality of life' of Spokane residents

Spokane Schools considering levy that will cost homeowners more during the pandemic

Mayor lists goals for next 100 days, calls Spokane's condition 'stable'

'Jason didn't deserve this': What the mother of a murdered Newport teen wants you to know

Former board member no longer trusts Riverview Retirement to care for own mother

Gov. Inslee lifts COVID-19 restrictions statewide; how local business owners are responding

Hundreds defy COVID-19 restrictions to turn out for Loren Culp rally in Liberty Lake

Spokane's NAACP president worries return of 'COPS' will do more harm than good

Family of missing teen desperate for answers

Power outage in Hayden leaves 2,800 in the dark

SPD: Church leaders may have violated court order outside Planned Parenthood

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