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

  KY mask mandate affecting local restaurants

  Evansville mayor announces city-wide mask mandate starting Wednesday

  Red Cardinal Inn evictions pushed back

  Owensboro Police continue to investigate fatal shooting

  City leaders working on plan to revitalize Evansville apartment complex, local community

  Owensboro police are still investigating fatal stabbing

  Court documents show more information about arrest in Henderson burned dog case

  Several headstones vandalized at Corydon cemetery

  Tropicana Evansville Casino and Deli set to reopen on Monday

  Officials report 31 new COVID-19 cases at Oakwood Health Campus in Perry Co.

  Henderson woman wants justice after her dog is found burned alive

  Officials react to ‘peaceful’ Saturday protest

  Protest remains peaceful in downtown Evansville

  Organizer, police officer reacts to weekend Evansville protest

  Vanderburgh County Fair projects to be judged virtually amid cancellation

  Evansville Police investigating stabbing

  Tens of thousands file unemployment insurance claims in southwest IN

  400 tests available at Ohio Co. testing site Wed, Thurs, Gov. Beshear says

  Local schools reviewing KY Dept. of Education re-opening guidelines

  Toyota Indiana production lines running again following COVID-19 hiatus

  Colleges, universities pending decisions on resuming in-person classes for 2020 fall semester

  Toyota Indiana welcomes workers back; implements new coronavirus safety precautions

  Madisonville city officials postpone summer concert series

  Tri-State counties given poor social distancing grades

  Amazon could be coming to Vanderburgh Co.

  Inmate family members react to 112 new confirmed COVID-19 cases at Green River Correctional Facility

  Community honors Memorial HS administrator who recently passed away

  Doctor responds to Indiana stay-at-home order being lifted

  Muhlenberg Co. park could be re-named for Deputy Terry Vick

  Baptist Health Madisonville contact tracing COVID-19 patients in hospital; more than 30 patients traced