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!


New Whitworth freshmen carry on the family tradition

Panhandle Health District warns public of dangerous algae bloom in local lakes

Inside the new homeless shelter on East Trent Avenue

‘Trade up 2 Construction’ campaign coming to Spokane

Palisades Fire in West Spokane now 50 percent contained

All beagles taken in by SpokAnimal shelter find new homes

Spokane Downtown Stadium construction expected to finish by 2023

Neighbors want more safety measures near Hill N’Dale Park

“Unity in the community” celebrates 28 years honoring Spokane’s diversity

‘It’s a real challenge for us’: Hospitals struggle with lack of long-term care options

‘We could see the black smoke’: Event south of Spokane postponed after Wednesday fire

Opening statements given in former Spokane officer’s rape trial

What to know about insurance if you received storm damage

More evacuations expected for Mohr Canyon Wildfire in Douglas County

Man accused of threatening woman with gun in University High School parking lot

Sullivan Family Farms hosts fundraiser to help repair damage from fire

Red Cross hosts evacuation site in Ritzville

Daybreak Youth Services responds after state issues Letter of Intent to suspend licenses

Spokane’s Daybreak treatment center faces indefinite closure over allegations of inappropriate staff behavior, non-cooperation

Spokane County Fire District 8 offers fire safety tips amid heatwave

Spokane coalition asks city to increase cooling center services

Washington hospitals are facing a financial crisis and it’s impacting patient care

Nadine Woodward announces run for second term as mayor

‘Now I can move on’ WWII soldier from Spokane returns home, laid to rest

Cyberstalking investigation underway after teen girl finds tracker on her car

House passes act to protect same-sex marriage rights from Supreme Court

Many Washington hospitals facing patient capacity crisis

Cities consider renewing mask mandates despite lower case rates

New Dungeons and Dragons themed brewery opens in downtown Spokane