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 Evansville Vanderburgh Public Library Oaklyn Branch will be temporarily closed after an employee experienced "prolonged exposure" to an individual who tested positive for COVID-19.
A Vanderburgh County inmate escaped from the facility Saturday before being quickly apprehended by jail staff.
One Evansville man is proving perseverance can beat the pandemic.
It's on her front porch where Lois Starks now spends most of her days, but this Madisonville crossing guard of 50 years, has many stories to tell.
For one woman, her career has become her passion. So much so, she just celebrated four decades worth of service.
In Evansville, a Trump Rally Caravan took place on the West side of the River City Saturday to show support for the President.
In Posey County, the Sheriff's Office says the FBI Task Force responded to SABIC in Mount Vernon Saturday for a suspicious package.
Feed Evansville spent the day putting together food boxes for EVSC Virtual Academy students.
For one Tri-State woman, she had to make an unexpected, last minute decision when her husband passed away during the pandemic. While it wasn't from the virus, the health crisis still found a way to complicate things.
Labor Day weekend quickly coming to an end for some families.