Katie Tercek is a reporter for NBC 14 News in Evansville, Indiana.
She's honored to listen, record and share your stories daily. She encourages you to message her with any questions or stories! She loves hearing from you!
Ever since Katie was young, she's been talkative, energetic, and curious. She enjoys being around people, helping them, and making them happy. As a journalist, Katie has the ability to inform, help and give back to communities. She chose this career path because of those reasons.
Katie is a proud alumnus of St. Bonaventure University in Western New York where she got her start in broadcast journalism. She was a reporter and the news director of SBU's television station, SBU-TV. One of Katie's most memorable reporting experiences was covering the St. Bonaventure University Men's Basketball journey to the NCAA Tournament in Dayton, OH and Dallas, TX.
In the spring of 2017, Katie founded and created her own lifestyle blog, the.hopscotcher. The blog motivates others to live a mindful lifestyle. Her intention is to restore your soul through recipes, fashion and travel.
In 2018, Katie joined the KFBB ABC/FOX news team in Great Falls, Montana where she covered national stories including the disappearance of Ashley Loring Heavy Runner. Ashley’s story has made an impact in bringing justice for missing murdered Indigenous people.
When Katie isn't working in the newsroom, she is spending time with family/friends, running, hiking, traveling, cooking or watching movies.
Voters waited in lines out the door at the Daviess County Courthouse and Towne Square Mall on Tuesday and Wednesday, forcing election officials to add more poll workers and a second check-in station to the courthouse.
The Vanderburgh County Sheriff’s Office addressed the manhunt that followed an officer-involved shooting on Friday, as well as broke down the list of potential charges the two suspects could be facing.
According to Kentucky State Police, the preliminary investigation reveals that an Owensboro police officer stopped a man for a traffic violation on the 400 block of Parrish Avenue around 9:45 a.m. on Sunday.