Shaelie Clark

Shaelie Clark

Anchor

Evansville, IN

Shaelie has been a Hoosier most of her life. She graduated from Indiana Wesleyan University with a bachelors degree in Media Communication. While at IWU, she produced and co-hosted a program called Crossroads on WIWU-TV. This is her first job out of college, and she couldn't be more excited! She has wanted to be a news reporter for as long as she can remember and can hardly believe the time has finally come.

When she's not working, you'd probably find her around outside in the sun, exploring new places in town, or getting some coffee at Starbucks. She loves talking with people and hearing their stories.


Recent Articles by Shaelie

Salvation Army’s War on Hunger surpasses goal

  Community Conversation: Kentucky schools adjust to pandemic learning one year later

  Snow brings high alert for southeastern region of Tri-State

  Owensboro Santa gets creative, finds new ways to spread Christmas cheer despite pandemic

  Sen. Mitch McConnell wins re-election

  Early voting starts Tuesday in Indiana

  Several food booths setting up at Evansville church despite no Fall Festival

  Ohio Co. Schools return to in-person class Monday on hybrid schedule

  Some Daviess Co. students return to in-person learning after starting year off virtually

  School year starts virtually for Daviess Co. with access to WiFi across the county

  OPS students start virtual learning

  Staying home for school: More than 2K students signed up for EVSC’s Virtual Academy

  New Jasper Elementary welcoming students with plans in place to keep everyone safe

  Josiah Henson: The true story of Uncle Tom

  A Pause to Remember: Owensboro woman stops for ‘Taps’ every day

  Easing Anxiety in Children: Tips from RiverValley Behavioral Health

  Owensboro church gears up for annual Christmas production

  Artists add Christmas flair to windows in Owensboro

  Forest Park Rangers break record for Sunrise School Spirit

  New Tech Institute takes on Sunrise School Spirit challenge

  Apollo Eagles soar onto Sunrise School Spirit

  Sunrise School Spirit takes over Webster Co. High School

  Sunrises School Spirit gets wild with the Jasper Wildcats

  Sunrise School Spirit takes over North Posey High School

  Henderson Co. Colonels showing their Sunrise School Spirit

  Mt. Vernon Wildcats double last year’s number for Sunrise School Spirit

  Lightning strike causes fire at Daviess Co., Ky. fire station

Bluegrass musician Jeff Austin dies

  Owensboro filmmakers focus on third production

  14 News Special Report: New Beginnings