Joseph joined the 14 News team in June of 2018 as a Multimedia Journalist/ Reporter.
He comes to 14 News from Ohio University where he graduated with a degree in Journalism News and Information and a minor in sociology.
While at Ohio University, Joseph worked as a reporter and anchor for News Watch in both news and sports at WOUB. During his senior year, he was also the host of the sports department’s flagship live television program called Gridiron Glory, where he led a team of reporters in their coverage of over 30 local high school football teams.
Joseph grew up in the small town of Ironton, Ohio, and attended St. Joseph Central Catholic High School. He gained an affection for television news as a young child while watching the local news and Sports Center. Joseph is also the youngest of four children. He has two older sisters and one older brother.
Aside from news, Joseph likes playing basketball, video games, piano, and playing with his niece and nephews. He also is a big fan of the Cincinnati Bengals, Cincinnati Reds, Ohio Bobcats, and Ohio State Buckeyes.
Joseph is excited to get his career started in Evansville and looks forward to getting to know the community.
If you see him around town, be sure to introduce yourself and send any story ideas that you might have his way!
For Elijah Nurrenbern, it was just another day at the ballpark. He took the field, got loosened up and waited for his spot in the lineup.But something has been missing. Elijah’s dad, Jeremiah Nurrenbern, has been deployed over in Poland and has not seen his son in nine months.
According to the Contract Bus Drivers Association, there are 59 independently owned buses that make up about 20% of EVSC’s fleet. Contract Bus Drivers Association president Brian Schmitt owns one of those buses, and he says maintenance is the driver’s responsibility.
Many people around Chandler were not sure if the speedpark would have an opening day this year. But now there is a whole summer scheduled at the track. Owner Reno Fontana says he could not believe the crowd on opening day last Friday and the visitors surely got their money’s worth.
Greg Wright is currently on City Council in Princeton but he believes his experience can help him succeed if elected to the Mayor’s office. Then there is Dan Beard, who has been a city employee for 40 years in several capacities. He hopes to bring all city government together.
When Mark Lyon heard that the allegations made against Father Bradley were substantiated, he broke down. He would have never dreamed that the man he has known and respected could ever be involved in something like this.
The busy intersection of US Highway 41 and Washington Avenue has been a safety concern for decades, primarily because so many kids have to cross to get to school. Community members have been pushing for a pedestrian bridge.
The stop lights at the intersection of Washington Avenue and Boeke Road have been out of service for about 2 weeks now. A crash brought one of the light poles down, but people who live nearby say more accidents have happened since those lights went out.
Sometime this fall, Boonville residents will be enjoying the completed work from the construction currently taking place at the square. Management at Yesterdaze Restaurant say it has been giving them problems.
Catholics have celebrated the mass here at St. Boniface for almost 140 years. But when lightning struck on that fateful day in March of 1902, historian Bob Koressel says this church looked much different.