Brontë Sorotsky


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Brontë Sorotsky joined the 4 News Now team in July 2022 as a Multimedia Journalist.

Brontë was born and raised in Los Angeles, and is a graduate of San Francisco State University’s Broadcast and Electronic Communication Arts program.

Before joining the 4 News Now team, Brontë was a Reporter and Anchor at our sister station in Pittsburg, Kansas. There, she covered impactful stories like the ten-year anniversary of the Joplin Tornado.

When Brontë isn’t out on a story you can find her trying new restaurants in Spokane or enjoying a good book!


Washington Domestic Violence Advocacy programs could face budget cuts

House committee gets rid of ‘confession’ exception in clergy reporting bill

‘Would be reassuring’: New Lewis and Clark security cameras could be ready in 2 months

Trent Ave. Bridge construction to wrap up six months ahead of schedule

“I’d just like to see the neighborhood get back to where it was,” Camp Hope is shrinking, businesses still affected by nearby crime

‘They’ve moved on’: Camp Hope prepares to shrink as population reaches below 200

Central Valley schools focusing on student’s math skills and mental health in upcoming year

‘Prevent the chaos’: Spokane Valley Fire holds live ice rescue training on Newman Lake

‘It’s been a heartache in the entire community’: Students prepare for campus return as Moscow murders investigation continues

Gov. Inslee’s proposed budget could create years-long delays for North-South freeway project

‘We see protests very frequently’: Washington AG’s office introduces measures to protect abortion rights

Local food banks battle rising costs and supply shortages

‘This isn’t over’: Moscow Police wait for murder suspect to return to Idaho

Catalytic converter thefts decline five months after Washington law takes effect

Southwest travelers scrambling at airports nationwide

Local non-profit helps make season bright at assisted-living facility

Delays and cancellations continue for people flying ahead of Christmas

Travelers at the Spokane International Airport battle delays ahead of Christmas

How to prepare your pipes for sub zero temperatures

City, County, and Camp Hope officials focus on getting people shelter amid freezing temperatures

Old construction equipment leaks oil into Lake Coeur d’Alene, again

Inland Northwest drivers flock to Airway Heights for lower gas prices

Four U of I murder victims honored during commencement ceremony

Spokane City Council holds executive session in response to law enforcement at Camp Hope

Law enforcement hands out closure notices at Camp Hope second day in a row

Browne’s Addition neighbors asking for earlier notice on street snow plowing

‘The world is a darker place without them’: Memorial held in Post Falls for 4 University of Idaho students

Numerica Christmas tree lighting ceremony takes place in downtown Spokane

Spokane International Airport offers travel advice ahead of Thanksgiving

Spokane County invests $500k to bring in new resources to Trent Shelter

City says more help is coming to the Trent Resource Center amid concerns

‘I don’t feel safer’: West Hills neighbors express concerns with Catalyst Project

Volunteers of America offering services to homeless veterans

University of Washington expert discusses health risks of daylight saving time

How weatherizing your home can help you save money this winter