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.
Several University of Southern Indiana students say they’re surprised to hear an entire student organization is quarantined after university officials say several organization members tested positive for COVID-19.
An inmate at the Henderson County Detention Center tested positive for COVID-19 on Saturday. According to Henderson County Jailer Amy Brady, the inmate was transferred to the facility earlier this week from Pensacola, Florida.
Several new COVID-19 safety protocols will be established at both places of business, such as guests getting their temperatures checked and answering a few screening questions whenever they walk through the door.
The Perry County Health Department says officials at Oakwood Health Campus reported 10 additional COVID-19 cases on Friday afternoon. This update comes after health officials confirmed that 21 people tested positive overnight.