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 future is looking a bit brighter for a local restaurant that closed its doors because of the sagging economy.
It was a random act of kindness born from a Tik Tok video.
As the Tri-State begins its recovery from several snowstorms, experts are weighing in on how to protect your health.
The Madisonville Police Department is investigating an attempted theft of an ATM Sunday morning.
The Indiana Department of Health is releasing their latest COVID-19 numbers Sunday.
The Indiana Department of Health is releasing their latest COVID-19 numbers Saturday.
The Green River District Health Department is releasing their latest COVID-19 numbers Saturday.
An early Saturday morning chase lands an Evansville man behind bars on several charges.
Many people are anticipating the start of spring, but for those who plow snow, they are staying busy.
Many of us are feeling the impact of the wintry conditions, but your home can also take a brutal hit.