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Taylor Graham joined the 4 News Now team as a multimedia journalist in April 2018.

Taylor is excited to be back in her home state of Washington after reporting for KTVM, the NBC affiliate in Bozeman, Montana.

A native of Issaquah, Washington, she carried on the family tradition of attending Washington State University and graduated with honors in May 2017. While at WSU, Taylor interned for KING-5 TV in Seattle and for Cougar athletics.

When she’s not working, you can find Taylor cheering on the Cougs and the Seahawks, listening to classics by Lionel Richie and Earth, Wind & Fire, or watching Parks and Rec. One of Taylor’s best-kept secrets is her rap skills. She’s frequently found reciting Cardi B or singing Lizzo songs in the newsroom.

If you have a story idea or a recommendation on the next show she should binge watch, send her an email or a Tweet @TaylorKXLY.

Articles

New street medicine team sets out to screen Spokane's homeless for COVID-19

Rogers High School teacher hand-paints football fields to honor class of 2020

Spokane Co. Health Officer: No COVID-19 deaths in past week, but we aren't in the clear yet

Despite stay-home orders, protesters gather at Spokane County Courthouse

'It's terrifying': Local business owners in limbo as emergency loan money runs out

YWCA Spokane awarded federal loan at crucial time

'We're eking by': Small businesses surviving one month into battle against COVID-19 in Spokane Co.

Mayor, health officer detail what will it take to reopen the local economy

'The odds are not great': Families anxious as COVID-19 cases grow at Spokane Veterans Home

How you can help service industry workers suffering without tips

'Anyone can get this thing': 32-year-old Spokane soccer coach recovering from COVID-19

'Fingers crossed': Small business owners anxiously waiting for federal loan money

'I really wasn't prepared for it at all': Gonzaga students adjust to life off campus

Local veterinary clinics adjust appointments to slow the spread of COVID-19

Mayor Nadine Woodward breaks down what's ahead for Spokane in the fight against COVID-19

Spokane Police prepare for spike in crime as social distancing becomes the norm

'We are seeing our numbers increase': Health officer says COVID-19 not ending in Spokane anytime soon

'We're sitting ducks': Local developers worry stay home order will lead to increase in crime

Finding the Helpers: Spokane high schooler uses 3D printer to create face shields for healthcare workers

'I'm worried': Stay home orders spark concern for abuse victim advocates

Spokane Police used genealogy, exhumed suspected killer's grave to solve 1985 cold case murder

Washington's stay home order: Your questions, answered

'It's really hard': Spokane teachers adjust to life outside the classroom

Spokane church hosts drive-in worship service to combat spread of COVID-19

Dry Fly Distilling using downtime to make free 'Spokanitizer'

'It's a perfect incubator for COVID-19': Activists want some inmates released from Spokane Co. Jail

'Others are more important than us': Kroc Center suspends programs to focus on emergency response

Here's how regional medical providers will be moving forward in the midst of the coronavirus outbreak

'It's hard to swallow': Regal Elementary teachers prepare for six weeks out of the classroom

'This state law has done a lot of damage': Sheriff slams new guidelines for officer-involved shooting investigations

'The adventure's just starting': Spokane couple isolated aboard cruise ship will dock Monday

'People care': Laclede woman creates cake auction to raise money for families affected by suicide

Kootenai Health sets up triage tent for coronavirus testing outside hospital

'I'm glad I did what I did': Car salesman helps stop suspected killer on carjacking spree

Local health districts 'planning for the worst' but confident in coronavirus outbreak plans

'There's probably no better area': Downtown business owners react to relocation of police precinct