Nikki Torres

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Nikki Torres joined the 4 News Now team in September 2018.

She graduated with a degree in Strategic Communication from The Edward R. Murrow College of Communication at Washington State University. She also earned a minor in Business Administration from the Carson College of Business.

Nikki is a Washington native. While she grew up south of Seattle, Nikki’s spent time in the Inland Northwest, as a newsroom intern at KHQ-TV during her senior year at WSU.

Before making her way back to Spokane, she worked as a reporter, anchor and weather forecaster at NBC5 News in Medford, Oregon.

When she’s not working, she loves to go running, watching Cougar football, and hanging out with her dog.

She’s excited to be back in her home state. If you see her out and about give her a – Go Cougs!

Articles

Local healthcare center invests in safety renovation with help of $1.87 million award

Spokane teachers create competitive fundraiser for SNAP

Bears spotted at Iller Creek; What to do if you encounter a bear

Memorial Day 2020: what's closed and what's open

Dutch Bros raises $1.39 million through Drink One for Dane 2020 fundraiser

What was that? People across the region say they saw a meteor

Living in Limbo: Colbert man falls through the cracks of state's unemployment system

Pullman prepares itself for flooding, with more rain expected

Garland Theater to open during Phase 4, staff is deep cleaning in preparation

'When you run out, who knows what happens then': Small businesses running out of PPP loans

North Idaho businesses amp up safety, prepare to re-open during Phase 2

Spokane family business offers new way of safely celebrating

A college town without its students; how local businesses are surviving in Pullman

What the future of live performances in Spokane could look like

No one injured in early morning house fire in Spokane

Post Falls private school returns to in-person classes with new safety measures

'It's really not what it seems': Restaurants say takeout sales aren't helping their bottom lines

'I'm not sure that Chaps could go on for much more time': Longtime restaurant struggling during shutdown

Spokane man raises more than $50,000 to feed the community, lift spirits

Twigs Bistro donates more than 1,500 meals through Buy a Meal, Give a Meal program

First responders celebrate healthcare workers in 'Thank You' parade

Local businesses losing thousands of dollars without spring customers

Coeur d'Alene Casino to re-open with new safety measures

Thousands of Washington families filing for food benefits during COVID-19 pandemic

Washington home buyers caught in limbo because of stay-at-home order

YMCA Inland Northwest bracing themselves for up to $3 million loss in revenue this year

Spokane Public Schools urging students to finish the school year strong

LCHS booster club holding weekly food drive for local families in need

Spokane firefighters step up PPE requirements to protect themselves from COVID-19

Local food banks working to keep up with demand

Fighting phone lines trying to reach someone in the ESD office

Finding the Helpers: Spokane Valley family makes more than 1,000 masks for others

Learning to stand up to hate in your community

Living in uncertainty, making ends meet during COVID-19 pandemic

Finding the Helpers: Spokane Valley woman creating 'ear savers' at home with 3D printer

Bask in the sunshine (six feet from others) to finish off the work week -Nikki

Here is your local weather forecast for April, 8, 2020.

Finding the Helpers: Lending a sewing hand