Randy Moore was born in Evansville. He's a graduate of Harrison High School and Ball State University.
2015 marked Randy's 25th year in the Evansville TV market.
He's won multiple regional Emmy and Edward R. Murrow awards as well as a national Murrow Award.
Randy and his wife, Lisa, got married in 2014. Together they have six children.
Randy is very involved in the community. He co-founded the cancer support organization, Gilda's Club Evansville. He helped sick and injured children as host of the Children's Miracle Network for more than 20 years. Randy also helped kids with dyslexia learn to read as a board member with the Masonic Learning Center.
Randy's other community support activities included helping save historic Bosse Field as an original member of the Friends of Bosse Field.
Randy is also pastor of Baker Chapel United Methodist Church in Degonia Springs, IN.
In a conversation with 14 News Anchor Randy Moore, U.S. Senator Mike Braun of Indiana said that city, county, state and federal police agencies have to take a hard look at their own basic protocols and procedures.
Two Princeton men are charged with disorderly conduct after a fight broke out at a local restaurant. The prosecutor's office has been advised of six school bus stop arm violations already, and it’s only September 10.