A Louisville, Kentucky native, Paige Hagan joined the 14 News team in May 2016.
Hagan graduated from Western Kentucky University with degrees in Broadcast Journalism and Sports Management.
She previously reported for Rivals.com, a national sports recruiting website covering Hilltopper Football and Men's Basketball. Hagan was a sideline reporter during Hilltopper Football games and previously worked with CBS and FOX Sports throughout her time at WKU.
She has won a collegiate Emmy Award for Best On-Air Talent in 2016 under The Ohio Valley Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences.
She has won eight Kentucky Associated Press Broadcaster's Awards in her career.
When Paige isn't working, you can find her on the links playing golf or exploring her new home in the Evansville area.
John Pritchett of Evansville was at a meeting Wednesday evening when someone came running inside the building, frantically asking for help.What Pritchett chose to do in the next minute may be the reason why the person he helped has a second chance at life.
The Alabama legislature on Tuesday gave final approval to the nation’s most restrictive abortion law, a measure that makes performing abortion a felony at any stage of pregnancy with almost no exceptions.
Visit Owensboro along with Kentucky Department of Tourism officials and Brand USA, the destination-marketing organization for the United States, officially launched the campaign at the Bluegrass Music Hall of Fame and Museum on Thursday.
A total of 34-miles of county roadway will be repaired in 2019 at a cost of $4.9-million. These projects will be funded by INDOT Community Crossing funds, county highway funds, local road and street funds, and TIF dollars.