Emily Jaceks

Good Morning Northwest Anchor/Producer

"I am thrilled to be hosting this amazing show! I absolutely love being close to my hometown and feel very privileged to tell the stories that affect the people who are so close to my heart."

Emily Jaceks joined the KAPP/KVEW team as Anchor, Host and Producer of Good Morning Northwest in September of 2012.

Emily grew up in a military family. Born in New York, New York, her parents later retired and made one final move to the Moses Lake area. There, Emily was a cheerleader for her high school and a Running Start participant.

Emily later transferred to Washington State University. After graduating from the Edward R. Murrow College of Communication, she started her career in radio in her hometown of Moses Lake. At KBSN/KDRM, she reported in the afternoons and was a DJ on the weekends.

From there, Emily moved to the Tri Cities to gain more experience in the television industry. She worked as a newsroom assistant at KEPR TV, before landing her first full-time radio gig in Walla Walla. Emily spent 6 years at the Capps Broadcast Group and served as News Director for three stations in Southeast Washington. In addition to reporting and anchoring, Emily hosted a daily talk show that featured a wide range of guests on a variety of community based topics.

Emily is excited to stay close to home and meet viewers in the region. She is an animal lover,  outdoor enthusiast, and avid shopper. She enjoys sunshine and spending time with her family in the Columbia Basin and in Southern California.

Articles

Kennewick Firefighters Investigating House Fire On Canal Drive

Kennewick Fire Department

No injuries reported, but firefighters did save a puppy.
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Woman Kidnapped, Calls Police From Car

Morrow County Sheriff's Logo

OSP locates and arrests driver near Arlington, OR.
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Fire Burning Near Finley

Finley Fire

Firefighters working on burnout operations.
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Flags Lowered at WA State Agencies For Elson Floyd

elson floyd

The WSU President passed away June 20 from complications from colon cancer.
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Domestic Violence Serives Benefits From Competition

crossfit

2nd Annual Atomic City Throwdown held at Natural Selection CrossFit.
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State Lawmakers Reach Budget Agreement

Senate budget deal

Deal must be signed by midnight Tuesday to prevent government shutdown.
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Ice from Plane Crashes Through Roof of Home

Moxee Police

Although people were home, no injuries were reported.
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Suspect in 2011 Shooting Arrested in Texas

Victor A. Paniagua

24-year-old Victor Paniagua is being held in the Benton County Jail, suspected of shooting Edgar Torres and Ernesto Lopez during an argument at an Edison Street apartment.
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Borgans Island To Reopen After September Closure

Borgans Island

Corps of Engineers cleans up island after it was littered with trash and human waste.
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Man Charged With Arson In Radio Tower Fire

Radio Tri Cities

DNA evidence linked authorities to suspect.
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Walla Walla Man Pleads Guilty To Landing In Federal Wilderness

Trees

Faces Maximum fines of $5,000 or up to 6 months in jail.
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UPDATE: Two Dead, Three Injured In HWY 124 Crash, Victims Identified

Burbank Crash

WSP says both drivers were not wearing their seat belts.
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Man dies in accidental drowning

Benton County Sheriff Logo

A man died in an accidental drowning in the Yakima River near Prosser Tuesday night.
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Mammography Coach Rolls Into Sunnyside

Mammography coach

Provides free mammograms for women.
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Relay For Life of the Columbia River Raises More Than $48,000

relay for life

Two-day event at the Southridge High School track celebrated life and hope.
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Law Enforcement Officials Make Pancakes For Charity

Pancake Breakfast

11th Annual benefit breakfast serves as a fundraiser for SARC and Safe Harbor.
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Person of Interest In Custody For Suspicious House Fire

Handcuffs Gfx

Early morning fire destroyed home on the 1100 block of Fruitvale Blvd.
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One Person Injured In DUI Crash

Police Lights 3

Driver was not wearing her seat belt.
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Four Children Injured In House Fire

Smoke Detector

Children sent to hospital for smoke inhalation.
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