Tanner Holbrook

Tanner Holbrook


Evansville, Indiana

Tanner Holbrook joined the 14 News team in May 2019 as a Reporter/Multimedia Journalist. He is excited to get out and explore the Tri-State area after moving here from Coldwater, Michigan!

Holbrook graduated from Ball State University with a dual degree in Journalism and Telecommunications and a minor and Sociology in Spring 2019. While at Ball State, he served as anchor, reporter, producer and news director of BSU’s nightly newscast, NewsLink Indiana. In the summer of 2018, Holbrook interned with Local 12 News, WKRC-TV, in Cincinnati, Ohio where he assisted with overnight breaking news coverage and Good Morning Cincinnati.

Holbrook also has experience in radio, as he served as a reporter for 100.3 WLKI News in Northern Indiana.

He loves trying new foods and restaurants, so if you have a recommendation pass it along! You can connect with him on social media, or send him an email with any story ideas you have.

Recent Articles by Tanner

  A look back at the support, criticism, protests over mask mandates

  Motorcyclist hit by car in Evansville

  Henderson Boys & Girls Club makes plans to move into old armory

  Ky. gets money to help promote tourism

  Ky. Gov. Beshear: All events hosting 1,000 people or fewer can increase to 75% capacity on May 28

  Ascension St. Vincent Evansville: Ages 12-15 should go to vaccine clinic for Pfizer shot when approved

  EPD Chief: Social stigma on police could be causing officer shortage

  Low turnout for first day of federal Henderson vaccination clinic

  Federal vaccine clinic in Henderson Co. opens Thursday

  Authorities: Crews extinguish train fire in Fort Branch, no injuries reported

  White House partners with Kentucky to establish community vaccination center in Henderson

  American Duchess riverboat makes stop in Henderson on Thursday

  Deputies: Suspect in earlier EPD chase crashes at Darmstadt and Mt. Pleasant

  Police: Victim in weekend shooting dies, no suspect at this time

  Native Americans reburied at Angel Mounds

  Evansville awards Tri-State Towing with another city contract

  Ohio Co. suspect shot by deputy has criminal record, court records show

  Housing market is booming right now, expert says

  Ribbon cut on new Deaconess clinic at Memorial Baptist Church

  Inmates at Vanderburgh Co. Jail receive COVID-19 vaccine

  Tri-State doctors concerned about potential COVID-19 spike amid spring break travel

  Downtown Evansville plans dozens of events for 2021

  Emge’s Deli closes downtown location, moving to north side

  Texas Gas says their line not involved in deadly Corydon home explosion

  Former ECHO Housing director sentenced to 2 years probation

  Regional hospitals increasing visitation as COVID-19 numbers continue to drop

  University of Evansville Board approves realignment plan

  UE announces new realignment plan with fewer cuts

  Evansville nursing home celebrates closing COVID-19 unit

  Hoosiers 50 and older now eligible to get COVID-19 vaccine