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

Walk MS Draws Participants To Columbia Park

Walk MS

Walkers raise funds and awareness about Multiple Sclerosis in annual Walk MS event.
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Teens Join Kiwanis to Clean Up Pasco

Pasco Clean Up

Members of the Pasco and Chiawana High School Key Clubs spend their Saturday sprucing up downtown Pasco.
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Mall Prepares for Easter Bunny's Arrival

Easter Bunny's burrow

Easter Bunny's burrow on display at Columbia Center Mall.
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Athletes Compete in Skookum Challenge

Skookum challenge

The first ever Skookum Challenge brings athletes from around the region to the Tri-Cities.
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Deadline To Remove Studded Tires Approaching

Studded Tires

Monday is the last day motorists in Washington and Oregon can legally drive their vehicles with studded tires.
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Fast Crawlers Compete In Diaper Derby

Diaper Derby

Some of the fastest crawlers compete in the first ever Diaper Derby at Columbia Center Mall.
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Yakima Teen Dies in Selah Crash

Traffic Accident

One person has died, another is injured in a two-dvehicle crash near Selah.
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Morning Fire Engulfs Richland Home

Richland house fire

Fire consumes Richland Home
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Stranded Hunter Saved in Dangerous Rescue

Firefighter's Helmet

Rescuers work through the night to locate and save trapped hypothermic hunter.
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Snow Helps Police Nab Criminal

Kennewick Police Department Logo

Kennewick police recover a stolen vehicle and follow footprints in snow to bandit.
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Authorities Targeting Unsafe Drivers

Police Lights

Umatilla County authorities cracking down on unbuckled and speeding motorists in upcoming "Click It Or Ticket" campaign.
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Shopping for a Good Cause

go red

Go Red! Bazaar connects local vendors to shoppers who want to give back to a good cause.
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Pasco Educator and Coach Remembered

Jeffery Dong

Jeffrey Dong remembered in a funeral service at Pasco High School.
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Hawks Fans Watch Game On Big Screen

Hawks fans at Carmike

Carmike Cinemas in Kennewick hosts a viewing party of the Seahawks-Saints game.
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Missing and Endangered Person's Advisory Issued For Royal City Teen

AMBER ALERT Monica Helberg

An endangered and missing person's alert has been issued for a Royal City teen. An amber alert previously issued for the teen has been canceled
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Sunnyside Lighted Parade Goes On Despite Cold

sunnyside lighted parade

Sunnyside celebrates 25th anniversary of the Lighted Farm Implement Parade
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Early Morning Shooting Injures One

Crime Tape

A man is shot and injured while walking in Yakima this morning. His injuries are described as non-life threatening.
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New Releases Entice Wine Drinkers To Walla Walla Valley

Cavu

Wine enthusiasts head to the Walla Walla Valley to try out new wines during Fall Release.
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Government Shutdown Keeps Hunters Home

mcnary

Government shutdown puts a damper on opening weekend of waterfowl season.
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"Tip-A-Cop" For Special Olympics

Tip A Cop

Law enforcment officers and volunteers work as waiters during the annual "Tip-A-Cop" event.
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