Evan Gorman

Evan joined the 14 News team in June 2017 as a Reporter/Multi-media journalist. He tells us he is thrilled to be back in the Tri-State. Evan attended the University of Kentucky where he earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications. After graduation, Evan moved to Owensboro, KY where he administered community and economic development projects in seven western Kentucky counties. After about a year in that role, and several state funded grants later, he decided to transition into TV news. Evan comes to us from the NBC affiliate in Lexington, KY. He spent two years there reporting throughout central, eastern, and parts of southern Kentucky. His first on-air position was held at a Bowling Green television station where he also filled-in as a producer on their 90-minute morning show. A native of the Bluegrass, Evan grew up in the small town of Sturgis, Kentucky, most commonly known for the Kentucky Bike Rally, and yes — he has attended. Evan says enjoys going home to visit his parents, sister, a niece, Ellee Reese. Evan also likes boating, exercising, and dining out when he’s not working. “I’m a terrible chef!," he laughs. So, if you have any good restaurant recommendations, story ideas, or would just like to say hello, send him an email.

Recent Articles by Evan

  Students caught trying to sell pills at Webster Co. HS, detectives say

Tri-State TSA agent explains on-going shutdown effects

No school in McLean Co. Friday

Design plans released on Henderson’s new Jefferson Elementary

Hanson Elementary tops Hopkins Co. schools prioritized projects list

KSP Angel Initiative program helps people fight their drug addiction

SUV stolen from Owensboro home not once, but twice

Claims of Indian burial site contested as I-69 Crossing team studies

Two SROs added to Henderson Co. Schools

Woman shares scary experience after tree falls on her moving SUV

Southern Cherokee Nation Chief says new I-69 bridge would disrupt grave sites

Jasper named among US Best Cities to Live

NWS believes tornado hit; crew had to leave because of government shutdown

Strong winds rip part of the roof off a century old home

Three young siblings killed in fire are laid to rest

Memorial grows in front of Tell City home where three children died in a fire

Historic century-old Hopkins Co. cemetery decorated for the holidays

Local soybean farmer reacts to authorized trade relief payments

Spike in sickness closes one Henderson school Monday

Senate passes bill to reauthorize farm programs and food aid for the next five years