Erin McNally

Erin McNally


Evansville, IN

Erin Joined the 14 News team in June 2019 as a Reporter/Multi-Media Journalist. She couldn’t be more excited to launch her news career in Evansville.

Originally from the North East, Erin grew up just West of Philadelphia in Downingtown, Pennsylvania. She graduated from the University of Alabama in May of 2019 where she studied journalism with a minor in political science.

During her time in Alabama, Erin interned at WVUA in Tuscaloosa as a general assignment reporter. This is where she developed her love of visiting with people in the community and getting to know their stories.

When she’s not working on stories or covering news, Erin enjoys exercising, spending time with her family, and exploring the Tri-State Area.

Recent Articles by Erin

  SUV crashes into vacant Daviess Co., Ky home

  Developers have last chance to save Gabe’s Tower

  Expungement Expo held in Madisonville to help people find jobs

  Madisonville named ‘best city government of the year’

  Southern Indiana Honor Flight veterans welcomed home

  Headstone moved at Rosehill & Elmwood Cemetery in Owensboro

  Daviess Co. merges voting precincts ahead of Nov. election

  Owensboro property tax increase for VFW Post 696

  Man accused in Owensboro beating death makes court appearance

  New senior living facility coming to Owensboro

  Owensboro’s mosaic mural getting a facelift

  Fairness Ordinance petition created in Owensboro

  OPD investigating after firearm discharge hits car, detached garage on Fri.

  OPD receives $7K grant from Spirit of Blue

  Veteran honored in Owensboro for National Prisoner of War Day

  Princeton parks hit by vandals

  Local priest catches thief suspect

  CNA program started at Princeton Community High School

  Disney World theme parks close ahead of Hurricane Dorian

  New apartments coming to Vanderburgh Co.

  ‘Let’s Chalk About it’ mental health to be held Saturday

  New housing coming to Fort Branch

  New community center in Dubois Co.

  Video visitations at Dubois Co. Jail

  Ferdinand Fire Dept. to start charging for certain fire calls

  Gibson Co. EMA meets with the NWS to discuss possible impact of wind farms

  Warrick Co. School Corporation taking new security measures

  Storm causes damage in Grayville

  Oakland City University gets new building thanks to Regional Cities Initiative, U.S. Department of Agriculture

  New law changes some school bus routes