Jessica Costello

Jessica Costello


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

  Mayor Winnecke reflects on COVID-19 in the community

  Evansville business, organization hand out free food Monday to those in need

  Families, organizations give back to support foster kids

  UE students return to campus this weekend

  Newburgh woman contracts COVID-19 after making thousands of masks for community

  Posey County Councilman’s social media posts raise concern for officials, residents

  Trash buildup causing concern for Woodland Park Apartment residents, city officials

  Paycheck Protection Program reopens Monday

  Conversation starts after mural vandalized in Owensboro

  EVSC teacher receives Pfizer vaccine

  This round of stimulus money sent to H&R Block customers the same way as 2019 tax returns

  People dumping items at closed recycling center

  Newburgh family finds money inside baby formula at Walmart

  Evansville couple ties the knot in drive-thru wedding

  Opioid overdose deaths make significant jump since last year

  Staff, residents at Redbanks in Henderson receive Pfizer vaccine

  Islamic Center of Evansville’s school expansion underway

  Customers doing last-minute Christmas shopping

  Healthcare workers at Deaconess in Henderson receive COVID-19 vaccine

  ‘The Giving Wall’ in Newburgh closed because people were wiping it clean

  RN talks caring for COVID positive mothers in postpartum unit

  Haynie’s Corner businesses ready to move forward after construction wraps up

  Tri-State customers make last-minute holiday purchases before Christmas

  Salvation Army makes final holiday push for Red Kettle Campaign

  Shipping delays create another obstacle for small businesses

  Long term care facilities prepare for vaccine

  Coroner identifies man found after minivan is pulled out of Ohio River in Henderson

  Evansville bar owners: Group refuses to wear mask, pours beer on security guard

  Fire crews: 1 person suffers 3rd-degree burns in McCutchanville fire

  Newburgh family moves back into home after destroyed by tornado