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Chelsea Kopta Signs Off For The Last Time On KHQ

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SPOKANE, Wash. - Investigative reporter Chelsea Kopta is headed to New York City after two years at KHQ.

Chelsea has won several awards from the Society of Professional Journalists including first and second place investigative reporting. Prior to her time in Spokane, she was a reporter and fill-in anchor for KEPR-TV, a CBS affiliate in Pasco, Wa.

Her career began at the University of Washington where she earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Journalism. While attending UW, she wrote for the university paper, The Daily, and periodically freelanced for several area newspapers including the Issaquah Press. Before KEPR-TV, she worked for KOMO-TV, producing for the sports team as well as promotional writing in the news department.

When Chelsea is not working, she is traveling, playing volleyball, reading, spending time with friends and family, and cheering on her alma mater - Go Huskies!

 

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