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!
Inside the doors of Sauced, dozens of people celebrated a day of thanks. If you were there on Thanksgiving Day, you would have seen Brandy Hart and her son Owen. But what you would not have seen on their plate is the reason they were there in the first place.
Evansville Teachers Association president Michael Rust says more than 500 teachers from Evansville will descend upon Indianapolis Tuesday morning, joining thousands from around the state for Red for Ed Day.
"It's a 40 million gallon a day pumping station and the reason we have to build it here is because we don't have the real estate where our east treatment plant is today. It requires a massive amount of area."
The community that sits between Old State Road and Petersburg Road used to be serviced by it’s own water and sewer company called Old State Utility. In 2014, the courts ordered Evansville to take it over, and as part of the agreement, they were directed to upgrade the system.