Aria Janel

Aria Janel

Reporter

Evansville, IN

Aria joined the 14 News team in September of 2018 as a Reporter/Multi-Media Journalist.

Aria is from Kannapolis, North Carolina, a small town outside of Charlotte. She graduated from The University of North Carolina Wilmington in May of 2018. Aria earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication Studies and minored in Psychology.

While Studying at UNCW she spent a semester abroad in England where she attended Keele University and took classes in film and marketing. She also Interned at Spectrum News Charlotte and WWAY in Wilmington and was a general assignment and business reporter for her school’s student media team, TEAL TV.

Aria is a proud member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc. and loves finding ways to give back to her community.

When Aria is not working she loves playing and taking photos with her dog Kaizer, binge watching TV shows, Face-timing her family and friends, trying new restaurants, and traveling to new places.

Aria has always dreamed of being a news reporter and she is glad that the tri-state area has given her a place to live out her dream.


Recent Articles by Aria

  Tri-State family welcomes two adopted children after months-long delay

  Tri-State parents opting to home school children due to COVID-19 concerns

  Teachers prepare for upcoming school year; Survey sent to EVSC parents

  MASK of Evansville marches against gun violence

  RV sales skyrocket during pandemic

  How to keep pets safe during firework celebrations

  Owensboro Convention Center holding ‘Live on the Lawn’ events throughout July

  DCSO seeking public’s help with robbery case involving over $80,000 worth of items

  Petition started to delay EVSC planned start date

  Popular brew ‘Black is Beautiful’ being sold in Evansville

  Evansville woman facing murder charges following deadly shooting

  KC’s Marina Pointe, Xcess Night Club experiences COVID-19 exposures

  Demolition starts at Lou Dennis Pool in Newburgh

  Newburgh hosts pride parade to show support for LGBTQ community

  3 new restaurants heading to downtown Henderson

  Juneteenth celebrations continue in downtown Evansville

  Special Report: ‘The Talk’ showcases how parents talk to their children about social injustices

  Kentucky leaders looking to hire more teachers of color

  IN retail stores allowed to reopen at 100% capacity

  Surveillance footage opens new leads in Henderson burned dog case

  Panther Creek Bridge to reopen in fall after being badly damaged

  Local hospitality industry loses estimated $15M due to COVID-19 pandemic

  Southwestern IN Chamber of Commerce creates multicultural business directory

  Holiday World prepares for reopening with COVID-19 safety measures

  Names released in Carmi, IL shooting believed to be murder/suicide

  Evansville, Owensboro rallies follow multiple nationwide protests

  USI announce plans for in-person, online learning for 2020 fall semester

  Solar power farms coming to Henderson, Webster Co. line

  Burdette Park reopens in time for Memorial Day

  Owensboro native works front lines of testing sites