Megan DiVenti joined the 44News Team in June 2018. Megan is a Anchor on 44News This Morning.
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 with Big Brothers Big Sisters of Southwestern Indiana, the American Red Cross, and Junior League.
In her downtown, Megan enjoys hiking, attending theatrical productions, and spending time with her cats Nellie and Nora.
A Madisonville woman is in police custody after police say she shot her husband Sunday afternoon.
Henderson Water Utility Crews are out as of Sunday night working around an outag eof a large high-service pump at the North Water Treatment Plant.
A multi-vehicle crash knocked down a traffic light in Owensboro Saturday morning.
Young & Established spent Saturday afternoon hosting their First Annual "Harvest Festival."
Evansville shoppers were able to score a good deal Saturday, while helping local animals.
Honor Flight of Southern Indiana spent Saturday saluting our veterans with the help of the community.
Indiana State Police are partnering with the Drug Enforcement Administration to prevent prescription drug abuse.
Firefighters across the Hoosier State are offering their condolences after the death of one of their own.
Officials say they have taken multiple complaints of people receiving calls or text messages in reference to their German American Bank card.
The Preston Arts Center in Henderson will welcome the Black Violin's Impossible Tour in November.