Samantha Johnson

Samantha Johnson

Reporter

Evansville, Indiana

Samantha Johnson joined the 14News team in May 2020 as an Anchor/Multimedia Journalist. A native Hoosier from central Indiana, she is excited to now be living in the Tri-State!

Johnson is a two-time graduate of Ball State University, first earning her Bachelor of Arts in 2018 in both Telecommunications and Journalism News with minors in Spanish and Leadership Studies. Most recently, she completed her Master of Arts in Digital Storytelling in May 2020.

During her time in Muncie, Johnson served as a news and sports anchor/reporter for NewsLink Indiana, Delaware County’s only live nightly newscast. In February 2018, Johnson spent two weeks as a multimedia journalist in Pyeongchang, South Korea covering the Winter Olympic Games. During her time in graduate school, she worked as the Recruiting & Operations Assistant for Ball State Football and as a sideline reporter for ESPN+ covering NCAA men’s basketball.

A football fanatic at heart, Johnson loves to spend her Saturdays and Sundays in full stadiums cheering on her favorite teams (#ChirpChirp, #GoIrish, #GoHorse), exploring new coffee shops and running her way through the Tri-State.


Recent Articles by Samantha

  Evansville business takes to social media for support

  Vanderburgh Co. Health Dept. increases vaccine appointments, has back-up list

  ‘New Year, New Life’ blood drive a success

  Health officials break down costs of COVID-19 vaccines

  500 vaccination appointments rescheduled in Western Kentucky

  Gov. Holcomb announces next steps in I-69 Ohio River Crossing

  Owensboro Health puts new COVID-19 vaccination appointments on hold

  One-on-one with KY Representative Brett Guthrie

  COVID-19 vaccine wait list sees thousands of patients

  How to sign up for COVID-19 vaccine

  Hoosiers 70+ signing up for COVID vaccine

  Health departments ready to administer COVID-19 vaccines

Deaconess attributes low flu numbers to COVID safety precautions

  Hoosiers 80 and older can sign up for COVID-19 vaccines

  Tri-State leaders react to the swarming of the U.S. Capitol

  Hoosiers over 80 may get vaccinated starting Friday

  Deaconess administering second doses of COVID-19 vaccines to frontline workers

  Volunteers organize free Christmas breakfast in Owensboro

  ‘Elf on a shelf’ caught on camera by Chandler family

  UE: Number of faculty increased while enrollment continued to decrease

  Dubois County sits in ‘red’ ahead of upcoming holidays

  CVS recruiting employees in preps for vaccine

  Indiana Lt. Gov. Suzanne Crouch reflects on 2020

  Deaconess plans to vaccinate more than 1,300 healthcare workers by Friday

  Frontline healthcare workers receive first COVID-19 vaccinations at Deaconess Hospital

Deaconess officials: First vaccinations given as part of training on Tues.

  Dry ice supplier ready to help Tri-State store COVID-19 vaccines

  Vanderburgh County prepares for December holidays amid COVID-19 pandemic

  Deaconess, Ascension St. Vincent prepare for arrival of COVID-19 vaccine

  Warrick County prepares for COVID-19 vaccine