Lesya Feinstein

Lesya Feinstein

Reporter

Evansville, Indiana

Lesya Feinstein is a reporter for 14 News in Evansville, Indiana. Born and raised in Utah, Feinstein is excited to be in the Tri-State.

Feinstein is a proud alumna of Utah State University where she majored in broadcast journalism and minored in sociology. Her broadcast career started in Utah State’s student-run newscast, Aggie TV, where she reported, produced, anchored and covered weather and sports.

During her senior year at Utah State, Feinstein spent her weekends listening to police scanners working as the weekend assignment editor at CBS affiliate KUTV 2News in Salt Lake City. At KUTV, Feinstein field produced at major events like Election Day and Utah’s Gubernatorial Debate.

Feinstein is a second-generation American, as her parents and two older sisters moved to the United States from Russia in 1992. She is proud of her Russian heritage and can speak fluent Russian.

When not in the newsroom, Feinstein spent her free time in her college years as a professional freelance makeup artist.

Lesya is excited to serve the people of the Tri-State and tell their stories!


Recent Articles by Lesya

  OVC basketball tournament brings economic benefit to Evansville businesses

  Fairfield Memorial hosts COVID-19 vaccine clinic

  Indiana nursing homes to make changes in visitation policy

  Rice’s Pharmacy prepares for shipment of newly approved Johnson & Johnson vaccine

  Boonville Fire Department unveils Safe Haven Baby Box

  Hopkins Co. students return to in-person learning 4-days a week

  Greenville Fire Department looking for new volunteer firefighters

  Man dies in Madisonville house fire

  Program allows free education for AmeriQual employees through Ivy Tech

  OPS hosts meal pick-ups as students learn virtually due to snow

  Sledders leaving litter behind at Reitz Hill, neighbors react

  Roads clearing up in Kentucky

  UE students shovel driveways, donate proceeds to local nonprofit

  Crews work out in the cold as the snow storm progresses

  Grocery store shoppers, staff prepare for upcoming winter storm

  Can’t find rock salt anywhere? Evansville hardware store recommends alternative

  Owensboro nursing home couple married 76 years give Valentine’s Day advice

  Drivers should expect more slick roads, ice on the way

  Warrick Co. Health Depart. holds vaccination clinic for senior apartment complex

  Students donate to local food pantry for the school’s War on Hunger project

  USI joins initiative to help nursing homes during pandemic

  AmeriCorps volunteers team with Habitat for Humanity to build homes for low-income families

  Evansville restaurant donates lunches to local businesses

  CDC orders new mandate requiring masks on public transit, effective Monday

  Jasper Public Library’s new location now open

  Wabash County Jail brings new UV light sterilization equipment to combat COVID-19

  Warrick Co. Schools dismissing students early due to weather

  Evansville City Council approves rezoning for former Henry Reis school building

  Family claims retired fire department badge found with metal detector

  Owensboro daycare builds new sensory playground