Jim Stratman

Jim Stratman

Reporter

Evansville, IN

Jim joined the 14 News team in January of 2018 as a Multimedia Journalist/ Reporter. He says that the transition to news and the move to Evansville are very exciting.

Jim comes to 14 News from WYMT in Hazard, KY where he worked as sports reporter.

While in Hazard he covered over 40 high schools and colleges in Eastern Kentucky, including the Kentucky Wildcats.

Jim graduated from Western Kentucky University in May of 2017.

While in school Jim worked in front of the camera and behind the scenes at the university television station.

He also co-hosted a show on the local ESPN Radio affiliate and broadcasted local high school sports around Bowling Green, KY.

Jim grew up just south of Cincinnati in Ft. Wright, KY. He enjoys seeing his family and friends, and spending time with his girlfriend here in Evansville.

In his free time, Jim likes hitting the links, watching sports, and trying new things to eat.

If you see Jim around town say hello!

He hopes you’ll connect with him on social media or send him an email with any story ideas you want told.


Recent Articles by Jim

  Tri-State Senators react before impeachment trial

  Sunrise School Spirit food goes back to Forest Park community

  Sickness impacting school attendance

  From spark to inferno: How space heaters can cause a fire

  Meeting about 2020 US Census being held Tuesday in Evansville

  Indiana reports 22 flu deaths this season

  WWE Superstar Mustafa Ali sits down with 14 News

  Owensboro mayor, Daviess Co. judge-executive say city & county excelling

  Momentum for North Main growth continues into new year

  Debate over proposed Posey Co. wind farms blows into 2020

Really Big Show going back to the 80s for 2020 event

  Driver crashed pickup truck into house then ran away, EPD says

  Alcohol sales could start Monday in Hancock Co.

  Illinois State Police ready for legal marijuana

  Plan ahead to get home safe this New Year’s Eve

  Thunderbolts winning ways leading to more fans at Ford Center

  Tri-State meal kitchen feeding the hungry by whatever means necessary

  Increased holiday travel means increased ISP patrols

  What comes next in impeachment of President Trump?

  Holiday shipping deadlines quickly approaching

  Tri-State doctor warns of ‘aggressive’ flu strain in Indiana

  “This is the magic of Christmas:” Postal workers hustle for the holidays

  D-Patrick Honda donates van to Ronald McDonald House

  Promise Zone? There’s an app for that

  New Crossroads IGA on the Lloyd Expressway is now open

  Sharon Elementary surprises ‘Elementary School Principal of the Year’

  Giving back before giving thanks: 30th Annual Turkey Trot

  Indiana State Police adding additional patrols for Thanksgiving weekend

  Tri-State educator named Indiana Principal of the Year

  EPD: man wanted in connection to arson investigation in custody