Megan DiVenti joined the 44News Team in June 2018. Megan is an Anchor and Reporter.
Originally from Baltimore, Maryland, Megan grew up constantly watching local news with her family. From a young age she aspired to share stories that mattered in the community.
Megan graduated from Temple University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania with a degree in Broadcast Journalism (Go Owls!)
Some of Megan’s career highlights include reporting from Washington D.C for the Senator swearing into office. In addition, Megan shares the stories of people making a positive impact across the Tri-State in her weekly “Hometown Hero” segments.
Beyond her career, Megan volunteers as a Big Sister at Big Brothers Big Sisters of Southwestern Indiana.
In her downtown, Megan enjoys hiking, attending theatrical productions, and spending time with her cat Nellie.
The Reopen Evansville Task Force announced COVID-19 testing at C.K. Newsome Center will continue through the end of 2020.
The North Gibson School Corporation says all Princeton Community Middle and High School students, along with staff, will return to in-person learning starting Monday.
An Owensboro man is arrested after police say he attempted to steal a PlayStation 4 console from a residence Sunday.
The Indiana Department of Health is releasing their latest COVID-19 numbers across the state.
A federal appeals panel has upheld Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear’s order to stop in-person classes at religious schools during the coronavirus pandemic.
Indiana State Police say there was a small plane crash Saturday in French Lick.
Evansville Police say they were dispatched to the 2500 block of Pollack Avenue around 10 p.m. Friday in reference to a juvenile male that had been shot in the abdomen.
A tri-state man is finding the time to give back wherever and whenever he can. He spends countless hours making his community a better place for all.
The Dream Center in Evansville is hosting their 13th Annual Feast With Friends.
One Tri-State community is coming together to make this Thanksgiving special despite the ongoing pandemic.