Lindsay Nadrich is a reporter and multimedia journalist. She is currently a crime and courts reporter and fill-in anchor at KREM 2 News in Spokane, Washington. She is passionate about accurate reporting and providing information in new and innovative ways. She is not afraid to ask the tough questions and dig deeper to hold people accountable. She has experience shooting, editing, producing, writing, reporting, and anchoring under strict deadlines.
As a crime and courts reporter she has covered stories such as the resignation of Spokane’s former police chief, the investigation into how Spokane’s Mayor handled public records requests, sexual harassment claims at Spokane’s City Hall, the murder-for-hire trial of James Henrikson, and the triple murder trial of Roy Murry. She also obtained an exclusive interview with a man suspected of multiple bank robberies, interviewed a victim of human trafficking to expose the underreported crime, discovered that one in four children in Spokane are at risk of hunger, and reported on multiple scams taking advantage of consumers.
Before working at KREM 2 News, she was a reporter and producer at KHQ Local News in Spokane. Prior to KHQ she was a production associate at CNBC in New Jersey where she wrote and produced packages for NBC affiliate stations for the show “American Greed.” As a production associate she was also responsible for social media for “American Greed,” interviewed sources, shot undercover footage for the show “Crime Inc.,” worked on an hour-long documentary on Costco Wholesale, and wrote articles for CNBC.com that helped educate investors on how to avoid fraud.