Jim joined the 14 News team in January of 2018 as a Multimedia Journalist/ Reporter. He says that the transition to news and the move to Evansville are very exciting. Jim comes to 14 News from WYMT in Hazard, KY where he worked as sports reporter. While in Hazard he covered over 40 high schools and colleges in Eastern Kentucky, including the Kentucky Wildcats. Jim graduated from Western Kentucky University in May of 2017. While in school Jim worked in front of the camera and behind the scenes at the university television station. He also co-hosted a show on the local ESPN Radio affiliate and broadcasted local high school sports around Bowling Green, KY. Jim grew up just south of Cincinnati in Ft. Wright, KY. He enjoys seeing his family and friends, and spending time with his girlfriend here in Evansville. In his free time, Jim likes hitting the links, watching sports, and trying new things to eat. If you see Jim around town say hello! He hopes you’ll connect with him on social media or send him an email with any story ideas you want told.
A new laboratory at the Vanderburgh County Sheriff’s office is giving deputies new ways to solve crimes and it’s already paying dividends. The lab opened up a few years ago with input from detectives about what was necessary for them to solve cases more effectively.
EPD officers responded to call of domestic battery at this apartment off of South Kentucky Avenue around 3 p.m. on Saturday. The call came from a teenager inside the home who said her mother had hit and choked her.
The holidays are a time for gift giving, but the gift of a blood donation isn’t high on the list for most Americans. For James Templin III, his father James Templin II, and his son Zach Templin giving blood is something they do year round, but Saturday marked the first time all three gave at the sam
Workers from the Alcoa plant in Warrick County took time out of the office to go on a shopping spree at the Evansville East Side Target. Not for themselves, but for children who might not get a toy for Christmas.
One Dubois County community could be seeing a 25% hike in their water rates come 2019. Patoka Regional Water and Sewage announced that they will be raising rates across the board by 15.7% next March. This is the first rate increase customers will experience in the last decade.