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!


#4ThePeople: Here are your candidates for WA’s 7th District Position 1 Representative

#4ThePeople: Your candidates for the House of Representatives District 3 Position 2 race

#4ThePeople: Your candidates for the House of Representatives District 4 Position 1 race

‘Absolutely crucial’: WA State Dept. of Social and Health Services provide resources to people living at Camp Hope

Snow might be coming soon! Here are some tips to stay safe on the road

#4ThePeople: Your candidates for the House of Representatives District 4 Position 2 race

Spokane Police release body footage in shooting of man holding knife to child

State agencies unwilling to set deadline to clear Camp Hope without housing options

Welcome home, Sprite! Ox returns to local farm following fire damage

#4ThePeople: Your candidates for the House of Representatives District 6 Position 2 race

#4ThePeople: Your candidates for the House of Representatives District 3 Position 1 race

WA Department of Health helping people at Camp Hope get their birth certificates

‘A matter of weeks’: More services on their way to the Trent Resource Shelter

‘An absolute great atmosphere’ FanFest returns to the Kennel

Spokane bakery struggles to keep employees amid downtown crime

Spokane County Human Rights Task Force calls on elected leaders to work together to clear Camp Hope

‘Over-enthused’: WA Department of License provides IDs for people living at Camp Hope

‘Go Zags!’ Kraziness in the Kennel returns for another year

‘It’s been a barrier’: State superintendent plans to reduce cost of dual credit classes

University of Idaho confuses students on abortion, contraception permissions

Washington Superintendent wants to reduce the cost of college credit classes for all students

Thor-Freya Project expected to wrap up by November

‘We’re about halfway through:’ Businesses prepare for next step of construction on North Monroe Street

Fencing now up at Camp Hope, curfew goes into effect Friday night

Local Red Cross volunteers head to Florida for Hurricane Ian relief

"The devastation, it kind of boggles your mind"

Spokane Public Schools introducing students to ‘adulting’ skills

Northern Lakes Fire District receives grant to open third fire station

MultiCare hosts distracted driving course with hopes to decrease distracted driving deaths

Wendle Motors powers drive-in movie with all-electric truck

West Glen neighbors turn to C.O.P.S. after being fed up with crime

Jewels Helping Hands to be fined unless they remove its ‘Camp Hope Access Tent’

‘It seriously does work:’ Spokane C.O.P.S helps community members start “block watches”

‘ReAwaken America’ tour stops in Post Falls, local religious leaders speak out

‘Partners with Families & Children’ hosts first open house in new building

‘One of our best dispatchers:’ Post Falls PD dispatcher battling Stage 4 cancer

‘God has my beautiful baby:’ Memorial held for Kiersten Noel