Tasha Cain-Gray

Digital Content Producer

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Tasha Cain-Gray is a Digital Content Producer at 4 News Now and is so excited to be back in the Inland Northwest!

Tasha joined the 4 News Now Team in August 2021. This isn’t the first time she’s called Spokane home. She began her career here at KREM 2 in 2017 as a multi-platform producer after graduating from the University of Montana. Growing up in Miles City, she’s a Montana girl through and through.

Sandwiched in between her times here, she worked in beautiful, sunny Tampa Bay. There she covered the Buccaneers’ historic Super Bowl win (at home!), back-to-back Stanley Cup Championships (Go Bolts) and of course the ever elusive Florida man. Besides sports and “what the Florida” type stories, Tasha enjoys social media coaching her peers and coming up with digital content plans for all of 4 News Now’s platforms. #YesPlease.

When she isn’t whipping up golden digital content, she’s out hiking, cracking jokes, eating local food and hanging out with her husband– you guessed it– Meteorologist Matt Gray. We’ve heard he’s pretty cool, too.

Articles

Video shows moose wander down Coeur d’Alene street

Washington State Department of Health runs out of at-home COVID tests

Stolen 8-month-old puppy recovered in Spokane Regional Safe Streets Task investigation

Spokane deputies investigate shooting in Elk that sent man to the hospital

North Idaho College temporarily moving to remote learning

Spokane COVID mass testing sites appointment only Friday

Fairchild Air Force Base named finalist for 2022 Commander in Chief Installation Excellence Award

PHOTOS: Moose visits Airway Heights Police Department

Spokane Co. man who claimed wife died by suicide now charged with her death

Spokane Medical Examiner identifies man shot at Cedar Springs Estates

Centennial Middle School moves to virtual learning

Spokane Police: Man shot in the face on lower South Hill sent to hospital

North Idaho man uses leaf blower to break up ice

Man previously reported missing near Newman Lake found safe

Spokane city crews already repaired more than 100 potholes this year

Police investigate north Spokane stabbing

WSU asks for leniency when it comes to illness-related absences

Mead School District warns families about bus route changes because of drivers calling out sick

SCSO K-9 helps find man accused of assaulting girlfriend, hiding from deputies

Crews clear snow slides from US 2 near Leavenworth, pass reopens

Providence wants to help you get heart healthy

Warden School District moves to online learning

‘We are grateful’: Providence relieved National Guard will come to help

COVID-19 test concerns delay WSU and Stanford basketball game

Washington State Dept. of Agriculture: Asian giant hornet nests found in 2021 came from 2020 nest

Missing 70-year-old Kootenai County woman found safe

Kittitas County leaders: WSDOT refused help clearing roads over vaccine status; WSDOT says there’s more to the story

East Valley school bus slides off icy roadway; nobody hurt

Grant County deputies: Man accused of pointing gun at girlfriend’s head had been high on drugs for days

COVID-19 puts Pullman HS, Lincoln Middle School sports on hold

Cheney man found guilty of killing his wife with poisoned ice cream set to be sentenced Wednesday

‘Do not kiss or snuggle’: CDC warns about Salmonella outbreak connected to bearded dragons

Gonzaga Prep temporarily moving classes online because of surge in COVID cases

Lack of COVID-19 tests forces Mead School District to cancel sporting events, practices and ‘test-to-stay’ program

Kootenai County Sheriff’s Office: Man involved in Sunday’s shootout with deputies dies

Idaho Department of Health and Welfare to discuss COVID-19 in the state

Washington Blood Coalition says there is a critical need for blood donations

Rockslide closes White Pass overnight

Plowie McPlow Plow helps clear Snoqualmie Pass

SPD looking for man accused of trying to lure teenage girl into alley near Rogers High School