Brady Williams

Brady Williams


Evansville, Indiana

Brady started working for 14 News in November 2020.

He works as a multimedia journalist reporting on the news that matters most.

Before moving to Evansville, he earned a master's degree in Broadcast and Digital Journalism from Syracuse University. Before that, he earned a bachelor of science in natural science with a chem minor from Daemen College. He's excited to use those analytical skills to serve his new home in the Tri State.

A native Western New Yorker, Brady spends most Sundays frantically cheering for the Buffalo Bills. When he's not doing that, he's usually playing piano or trying new recipes.

Recent Articles by Brady

  Evansville women excited to see first female US vice president

  Evansville neighborhood lights COVID luminary for pandemic victims

  Tri-State celebrating MLK Day Events differently due to pandemic

  Hopkins County begins vaccinating school workers

  White County Senior Citizen Center faces financial struggles

  Funeral homes fall behind as death certificate filing is delayed

  Senator Mike Braun stays quiet following Capitol riot

  Discussion period for UE realignment plan extended

  Police: Man arrested in connection to suspicious packages found in Huntingburg

  Inflammatory syndrome numbers growing among children and adults

  Gibson Co. Commissioners continue searching for company to design the jail

  Gibson Co. Commissioners vote to repeal zoning ordinance

  Ridgewood Terrace receives COVID-19 vaccines

  Residents in Madisonville can develop new skills at Kentucky Movers & Makers

  Evansville YMCA gets New Year’s rush after remodel

  4-year-old boy fights COVID-19 related inflammatory condition

  Rental assistance programs strained in Daviess County

  Rapid COVID-19 testing available in Dubois Co.

  AT&T outages wipe out credit card use; harm small businesses

  Officials expect action on new I-69 bridge over the Ohio River next year

  Western KY continues to experience phone service issues due to AT&T outages after Nashville explosion

  Christmas moviegoers keep tradition alive despite pandemic

  Homeless shelters open doors as White Flag Day declared across Tri-State

  Retiring court deputy receives special send-off from daughter on last day

  Jasper dog trainer charged with animal cruelty

  Evansville unveils remodeled homes as part of low-cost housing project

  50 Hoosier hospitals to have Pfizer vaccines by end of the week

  Evansville Salvation Army starts Toy Town

  Inspired by Newburgh woman, Tell City plans for ‘Giving Wall’