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

  Owensboro man shares experience of battling COVID-19

  Daviess Co. Detention Center employee tests positive for COVID-19

  Tri-State paramedics volunteer to help in NYC

  Glenmore Distillery, OZ Tyler Distillery make cleaning products for non-profits, businesses

  Owensboro Family YMCA possibly opening back up for emergency childcare

  Owensboro’s Meals on Wheels program doubles over last 2 weeks

  Swedish Match closes after 2 employees test positive for COVID-19

  High number of Daviess Co. coronavirus cases could be due to faster testing, health officials say

  Owensboro businesses prepare for non-life-sustaining business closure

  Owensboro Health doctors address dealing with COVID-19

  Western Kentucky non-essential business prepare for indefinite closure

  Henderson Co. Judge-Executive’s parents are stuck on cruise

  Daviess County community reacts to first confirmed coronavirus case

  Workers are facing unemployment following coronavirus closures

  Daviess Co. EMA holds COVID-19 press conference

  Owensboro Public Schools extending free lunch program

  Hancock County Schools delivers food to students amid closure

  Owensboro Public Schools offering free meals while schools are closed

  Gov. Andy Beshear suggests suspending church due to coronavirus threat

  Gov. Beshear encourages visitor restrictions at long-term care facilities

  Owensboro commissioners learn more about Northwest Neighborhood Revitalization plan

  Muhlenberg Co. experiences 6 overdoses in 24-hours

  Metzger’s Tavern in Henderson wants to expansion

  Mirrored mural in Owensboro getting changes

  Alma Randolph Foundation grants family home makeover

  Two breweries to open in downtown Owensboro

  Officials working to stop 'meth scourge’ in Owensboro

  2 Owensboro deaths believed to be murder-suicide

  Schools taking precautions when it comes to coronavirus

  Groundbreaking held for memory care facility in Henderson