Emily Goodell

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Emily Goodell joined the KAPP/KVEW team in February 2019.

Emily was born in raised in Yakima, where she currently works as our Yakima Bureau Chief. She’s worked in nearly every journalism medium, but above all else, her passion is investigative reporting.
At the Yakima Herald-Republic, Emily worked as a breaking news, city government and crime and courts reporter. She’s served as a city government and education reporter at the Ellensburg Daily Record, a freelance journalist for Yakima Valley Publishing and as Northwest Public Broadcasting’s Yakima Correspondent.
Emily completed a news reporting internship with Spokane Public Radio and an arts and culture reporting internship with The Inlander, an alternative urban weekly in Spokane, Wash.
She also covered censorship and freedom of the press issues facing student media across the nation at the Student Press Law Center in Washington, D.C.
Emily graduated from Whitworth University in 2017 with a bachelor’s degree in Journalism & Mass Communication.
In college, Emily worked with her colleagues and researchers at Florida International University on a collaborative project looking at the experiences of women working as professionals in the communication field.
Throughout her high school and college career, Emily competed in speech and debate tournaments at the regional, state and national level.
Emily is an avid traveler. Within the U.S., she’s visited 16 states and the District of Columbia. Outside the country, she’s also been to Canada, the United Kingdom and South Africa. While in Durban, South Africa, Emily was more than 10,000 miles away from her hometown — about as far as you can get.

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Free drive-in movie this weekend at Kiwanis Park in Yakima

Jean's Cottage Inn back open with new outdoor seating

Lions Pool, YMCA & Yakima Rotary Aquatic Center reopening after months-long closure

Yakima Parks brings joy during pandemic with 'Bearable Adventure'

Selah residents demonstrate against human trafficking

New drive-in theater opening at SOZO Sports complex in Yakima

City of Yakima seeks public input on housing options

Increased masking leads to COVID-19 decline in Yakima County, health officials say

Fred Meyer knife assault suspect charged with attempted murder

ACLU 'deeply concerned' by Virginia Mason, CHI Franciscan health system merger

Yakima police see 4 shootings, 2 injured overnight

Suspect in Fred Meyer knife assault escaped from a Yakima treatment facility, prosecutors say

'We can do this safely': Yakima County wineries hope health officials will work with them on reopening

Selah man lives in dog kennel to raise money for the YWCA of Yakima

Local wineries question new Phase 1.5 rules as health officials tell them to close again

Wineries, breweries told to shut back down in Yakima County

Mother accused of sex trafficking 15-year-old daughter to pay for drugs

Warning: This article includes incidents of sex trafficking and sexual assault

YPD responds to video showing police dog biting pinned-down DUI suspect

K9 Foundation Yakima Valley receives $2,500 grant to help local law enforcement

City of Ellensburg dedicates $75,000 in CARES funding to rental assistance

'You are not alone': Sexual assault survivors speak out at Yakima protest

Inklings Bookshop reopens for customers, shopping by appointment

Four injured in shootings, stabbings in Yakima over holiday weekend

Some businesses reopen as Yakima County moves into Phase 1.5

Selah gym responds to $9,600 fine by state, considers filing appeal

Yakima man charged with first-degree murder in mother's shooting death

City of Yakima encourages residents to create chalk art for Independence Day

Yakima County gets $2.8 million in CARES Act funding for small businesses

Bail set at $1 million for Yakima man accused of fatally shooting his 74-year-old mother

Healthy eating businesses give free meals to first responders, medical workers

New art exhibit takes over Downtown Yakima windows

Yakima County sheriff's office asks for help to find stolen car

Authorities identify 74-year-old woman fatally shot in Yakima

'It hurt just to breathe': COVID-19 survivor shares her story, advocates for face masks

Child sex trafficking investigation leads to 10 arrests in Yakima County

Yakima business sees more customers after enforcing 'No Mask, No Service' policy

Yakima County sheriff's deputies will enforce face mask order, but hope they don't have to

Violating the order could mean up to 90 days in jail and up to a $1,000 fine

Virginia Mason Memorial hospital clarifies statement about hospital capacity

City of Selah repeatedly erases children's Black Lives Matter chalk art, labels it graffiti

After the third time, community members helped recreate it on a larger scale

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