Evan Gorman

Evan Gorman


Evansville, IN

Evan joined the 14 News team in June 2017 as a Reporter/Multi-media journalist. He tells us he is thrilled to be back in the Tri-State.

Evan attended the University of Kentucky where he earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications. After graduation, Evan moved to Owensboro, KY where he administered community and economic development projects in seven western Kentucky counties. After about a year in that role, and several state funded grants later, he decided to transition into TV news.

Evan comes to us from the NBC affiliate in Lexington, KY. He spent two years there reporting throughout central, eastern, and parts of southern Kentucky. His first on-air position was held at a Bowling Green television station where he also filled-in as a producer on their 90-minute morning show.

A native of the Bluegrass, Evan grew up in the small town of Sturgis, Kentucky, most commonly known for the Kentucky Bike Rally, and yes — he has attended. Evan says enjoys going home to visit his parents, sister, a niece, Ellee Reese.

Evan also likes boating, exercising, and dining out when he’s not working. “I’m a terrible chef!," he laughs. So, if you have any good restaurant recommendations, story ideas, or would just like to say hello, send him an email.

Recent Articles by Evan

  Vandal tags several spots in Evansville’s arts district

  Daviess Co. Fiscal Court votes to relocate Confederate statue

  Evansville Rescue Mission resident tests positive for COVID-19

  Sharon Elem. hosts back to school informational sessions for parents, providers

  Gov. Holcomb makes slight change in newest executive order

  New COVID-19 deaths in Vanderburgh, Dubois, & Spencer counties

  Group marches in downtown Evansville for human trafficking awareness

  Tri-State native, sports reporter recovering from COVID-19

  Police: Man arrested after two emaciated adults in his care die

  EVSC releases individual school reopening plans

  Local public, private schools release further details on reopening plans

  Daviess Co. Schools to vote on 2020-21 reopening plan

  Newburgh resident, business owner share thoughts on statewide mask mandate

  EVSC discusses reopening plan

  Hopkins Co. School Board to host meeting Monday evening

  Kentuckians react to new travel advisory, gathering order made

  EVSC delays reopening by two weeks

  Henderson Co. Schools approve reopening plans for upcoming academic year

  Local group pushes back on Evansville mask mandate

  Vanderburgh County Commissioners unanimously votes in favor of face masks

  Evansville mask ordinance draws strong opposition during Monday meeting

  KY Gov. Beshear announces mandatory mask mandate starting Friday

  Publicly wearing masks might become mandatory in Evansville

  Free COVID-19 testing site comes to Evansville’s 47714 Thursday

  EVSC, parents plan for students to return in the fall safely

  EVSC releases new reopening details with less than a month before start of new school year

  Owensboro celebrates Independence Day with Friday fireworks

  Elected leaders, health professionals address COVID-19 uptick in Vanderburgh Co.

  Stage 5 of Indiana’s reopening plan postponed two weeks due to recent spike in COVID-19 cases

  Daviess Co. Fiscal Court postpones vote on Confederate monument