Katie Kapusta

Katie Kapusta joined 14 News in October 2017 as a Reporter/ Multi-Media Journalist. A Columbus, Ohio native, Katie is excited to make Indiana her home again after attending Indiana University. Katie graduated with a degree in Journalism with specializations in broadcast and sports journalism. She also minored in marketing and entrepreneurship. Katie may be from Ohio, but she is a Hoosier at heart. While at IU, Katie got involved with Big Ten Network Student U, reporting live from the sideline of some of IU Athletics biggest events. She was also the Hoosier Sports Report intern for the Bloomington Herald-Times where she reported on IU athletic events for their Apple Tv/Roku channel. Katie knew she wanted to be a reporter from a young age, sealing the deal in high school as the sports reporter and anchor for the weekly television show. She hasn’t stopped chasing her dream since and couldn’t be for excited to start her reporting career here in Evansville! In her free time, you may see Katie on her bike around town. Katie rode in the Little 500, the historic bike race at IU, for three years and now cycling is in her blood! Katie also enjoys discovering new restaurants in town, spending time with her friends and family, and traveling to the beach. Connect with Katie on social media and send any story ideas her way!

Recent Articles by Katie

  Center Piece given new van after previous van was stolen

  Wendell Foster closing autistic program

  OMU Commission passes changes for stabilizing rates

  United Way offering 211 service in Western KY

  Henderson kidnapping suspects in court

  Owensboro downtown business closing

  Owensboro Fire Department getting body armor as part of rescue task force

  Students help Keep Evansville Beautiful at Bayard Park

  World-renowned fiddler shares story

  KY passes NRA backed bill to get rid of conceal carry license

  Officials hope community members take survey on new senior center

  Muhlenberg Special Olympics basketball teams head to state

  Owensboro residential bills expected to go down by 5.8%

  First homes on Wyndcrest Drive demolished

  Mitchell Memorial Cancer Center getting major renovation

  Plans to expand Daviess Co. syringe program

  Custody battle for kids causes children to stay at home for year and half

  Superintendents voice concerns over House Bill 205

  Girl with cystic fibrosis gets wish for Owensboro shopping spree

  Program to help get Daviess Co. elementary students back in school