Chellsie Parker

Chellsie Parker


Evansville, IN

Chellsie joined the 14 News team in January 2018.

She anchors 14 News on the weekends and you can find her reporting stories that are making a difference in the Tri-State throughout the week.

Before coming to WFIE, Chellsie reported at KNWA/Fox 24 in Fayetteville, Arkansas.

She got her start in television right here in her home state of Indiana.

Chellsie graduated from Purdue University in 2012. She started as a production assistant at WLFI in West Lafayette, Indiana and later went on to work for Fox 59 in Indianapolis as an editor and camera operator.

Her dream of becoming a reporter turned into a reality when she went to Gainesville, Florida to report for the Florida Gators.

Though she spent several years in SEC country, she will always be a Big Ten girl at heart. BOILER UP!

Recent Articles by Chellsie

  Missing dog found in GA after 2-yrs reunited with IN owner

  Justice for Kids March planned for next month

  Western Bypass phase one approved in Posey Co.

  Posey Co. Commissioners vote no to rezoning

  Posey Co. residents concerned about proposed zoning change

  Jasper’s State of the City addresses substance abuse

  Former Evansville teacher on sex offender registry now a contestant on ‘The Voice of Holland’

  Experts discuss impact of coronavirus on local exports

  SW IN communities get part of $120 million in federal funding

  No trauma found on woman found in water at Mt. Vernon Riverfront

  Update: Lawsuit claims sexual harassment by Prosecutor Nick Hermann

Woman’s body found in water along Mt. Vernon riverfront

Extremely wide load makes way through Mt. Vernon

  Indiana’s Strategic Workforce Draft Plan released

  Grim Reapers Motorcycle Club qualifies for forfeiture following drug bust

  17 indicted on federal drug charges in connection to Grim Reapers raid

Sources: Downtown assisted living facility closing

  Holiday Inn Airport closing not impacting economy

  MSD of North Posey Catches three-stop arm violations on camera

  Meeting held to discuss rising water bills in Posey Co.

  Wind Farm proposal divides Posey County community

  Indiana Department of Child Services releases 2018 Child Fatality Report

  Evansville prepares for flooding with rain in the forecast

  Evansville teen shares story of how Riley Hospital changed her life, gave her courage

  Group holds funeral for fellow veteran with no family in attendance

  Evansville Libraries offering curb side service

  New townhomes coming to Henderson

  Man charged with Grandview Tower arson makes first court appearance

  Tri-State teachers go Red for Ed at public education rally at the statehouse

  184 coal miners to be laid off in Gibson Co.