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!


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