Jill Lyman

Digital Content Manager

Evansville, IN

Jill has been with 14 News since 2005. She has worked as a video journalist, producer, assignment manager, and digital manager.

She grew up in Gibson County and has lived in Evansville since 2001.

A long time west sider, Jill now lives on the north side with her husband and son.

If she's not at work or spending time with family, she's probably at a concert somewhere - pretty much anywhere in the country.

Recent Articles by Jill

  Touchdown Live Game of the Week: Central vs Reitz

  Patient at Woodmont Health in Boonville dies of COVID-19 complications

Wood Memorial starting hybrid schedule Monday

Four Freedoms Veterans Parade canceled

1 additional Evansville Catholic Diocese student tests positive for COVID-19

  More Hopkins Co. businesses receive mask citations

  Owensboro Public Schools returning to class Oct. 12 under hybrid plan

  Feds charge 7 with meth trafficking in Owensboro area

State shows new COVID-19 death, 47 new cases in Vanderburgh Co.

  No sewer rate increase in 2021 in Evansville, customers to be billed differently

  Gov. Holcomb says mask mandate is working

  Exclusive: One of two people that tested positive for COVID-19 after visiting Evansville bar shares perspective

  Feds discuss drug cartel take down in Evansville area

  Man in custody after Owensboro standoff

Gov. Pritzker announces financial help for businesses impacted by COVID-19

  Road back open after gas main hit in Madisonville

Streaming Game of the Week Schedule

3 new COVID-19 deaths reported in Warrick Co.

  Touchdown Live Game of the Week: Memorial vs Mater Dei

Castle Band plays concert at Friedman Park

  New dashboard breaks down COVID-19 among Henderson students and school staff

  Death investigation underway after neglect victim found covered in lice

  Several COVID-19 cases reported in USI student organization

Henderson Police investigate shots fired into home

  Webster Co. man accused of raping child

  Solar farm planned near Francisco

  Evansville man found guilty of child molesting

  McLean Co. Schools starting in-person classes one month earlier than planned

Gov. Pritzker gives COVID-19 update

63 new COVID-19 cases in Vanderburgh Co., state cases up 758