Jessica Costello

Jessica Costello

Reporter

Evansville, Indiana

Jessica Costello joined the 14 News Team in January of 2020 as a Reporter / Multimedia Journalist. She looks forward to serving and exploring the Tri-State area during her time at WFIE.

Jessica graduated with her Bachelor’s degree in Journalism: News and Information, with specialties in Electronic Media and Broadcast Media. She took on numerous roles with WOUB’s public media at Ohio including online host, anchor, and reporter. She also worked with ESPN3 working in different roles including sideline reporting. Jessica spent her summer’s before graduating as an intern with Cleveland 19 Sports Department and NBC6 Miami as a Multimedia Journalist News intern.

Jessica is looking forward to making Evansville and the Tri-State area her new home. Feel free to reach out to her with any story ideas or new places to adventure to through social media or by email.


Recent Articles by Jessica

  KSP investigating deadly officer-involved shooting in Muhlenberg Co.

  Henderson businesses extend hours for scavenger hunt

  Man shot during incident with contracted city employee

  Posey Co. Sheriff’s Office adopts sensory equipment kit for children

  West Side Nut Club announces winning ticket number for 2020 Half Pot

  Council President withdraws proposed amendment to budget

  Local IN counties seeing large number of early voters

  Evansville man linked to murder of Megan Nichols, victim’s friend speaks out

  Coroner identifies both men killed in ultralight plane crash

  Tri-State leaders express concerns about rising COVID-19 cases

  EFD’s probationary firefighters take on live fire training

  Chloe Randolph Organization opens its doors in Henderson

  Kentucky voter registration deadline approaches

  Early voting to start in Indiana on October 6

  2 suspects shot by authorities after search near old Dogtown Tavern

  Dropbox not an option for absentee ballots in Warrick Co.

  South Spencer Schools continues to tackle COVID-19

  Redbanks records jump in COVID-19 cases

  Family members remember loved ones lost in deadly crash on Hwy 41

  Officials introduce new virtual platform that inspires community engagement amid pandemic

  Families concerned over rising COVID-19 cases in long-term care facilities