Rania Kaur

Reporter, Producer

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Rania Kaur is a multimedia journalist and producer at 4 News Now. Previously a reporter at KPLC-TV in Lake Charles, Louisiana, she reported on two catastrophic hurricanes, a winter storm, historic flooding and the pandemic.

She stumbled into journalism after being a biochemistry major at Seattle University and immediately fell in love. Originally from Kent, Washington, her favorite things about Spokane are the weather, the parks and the people — she can’t wait to meet more of you. If you see her around say hi!  She loves a good restaurant, so if you have any recommendations feel free to tell her.
In her free time, you can catch her cheering for the Seahawks, binging Netflix, reading a book at a new coffee shop, or practicing Kirtan at the Gurdwara (ask her what that means)!

If you have a story idea, you can email her at raniak@kxly.com, but you can also find her on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.


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Spokane firefighters hit the streets to help people in the cold

‘I’d rather die’: Some people without homes chose not to go to the warming center

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Temporary warming center opening Sunday at Spokane Convention Center

‘Greatest news I could’ve received:’ Formerly homeless family gets apartment in time for Christmas

WSDOT tells campers to leave property at 2nd and Ray

City of Spokane says road crews will work to keep streets clear for your weekend drive

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People camping outside Spokane City Hall told to vacate by Thursday

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Nespelem woman sentenced to 6.5 years in prison for killing man on Colville Reservation

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