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

  Community organizations help families in need during Thanksgiving holiday

  Passengers flying despite CDC warning against Thanksgiving holiday travel

  Officials: High rate of failing grades among OPS students attributed to pandemic

  Owensboro Catholic Schools to reluctantly comply with Gov. Beshear’s orders

WiFi hotspots added at 7 volunteer fire stations across Daviess Co.

  Coroner: Man in officer involved shooting had 3 gunshot wounds

  New restrictions hit IL counties Wed., businesses strained

  Friday marks 15 year anniversary of deadly Nov. 6 tornado

  Several coronavirus cases reported at Bethel Manor

  Sen. Mitch McConnell wins re-election

  Name released of person found with gunshot wound in deadly crash on Kentucky Ave.

  KY Senate candidates make final push for votes in Western Kentucky

  City council discusses Mayor Winnecke renewing order requiring written plan for social gatherings over 125 people

  Commonwealth pursuing death penalty in Hopkins Co. murder

  Monday is last day to register to vote in Indiana and Kentucky, early voting starts Tues. in Indiana

  Evansville Day School switching to virtual learning this week due to COVID-19

  Funeral for first Posey Co. COVID-19 death held, family urges people to take pandemic seriously

  A look at hospital capacities across the Tri-State

  Indiana passes first weekend in ‘stage 5’

  2 suspects shot by authorities after search near old Dogtown Tavern

  Vigil held for woman and children killed in Hwy 41 crash

  Saturday marks 6 months since 1st confirmed COVID-19 cases in Tri-State

  Feds discuss drug cartel take down in Evansville area

  USI Students react to quarantined student organization, several cases attributed to Frontier Com. College Baseball Team

  Union Co. Jail to ’operate as closed’, County enters into agreement with Webster Co.

People at Wesselman Park enjoy Labor Day cookouts, weather

  IN passes 100K COVID-19 cases, 24 new cases in Vanderburgh Co.

  Coroner identifies 9-month-old girl shot, rules death as homicide

  Ohio County Healthcare receives funding for new surgical center

  KY Gov. Beshear: State not stepping in on fall sports