Erran Huber has been with 44News since April 2019, and comes to WEVV-TV from Louisville.
Born and raised in the Bluegrass, Erran is thrilled to share what matters from his home state and from across the Tri-State. Erran's love of helping tell people's stories and connecting with Tri-Staters comes from a lifelong passion, but stems in part from holding multiple storytelling roles at Walt Disney World Resort, and from his time as Louie, the Cardinal Bird mascot at the University of Louisville. Erran holds degrees in political science and humanities from UofL, and has previous broadcast experience, but his current on-air role with 44News fulfills a lifetime childhood dream.
Erran knows the culture that comes along with living near the Ohio River well, but is always eager to know about the hot-spots and hidden treasures across the Tri-State. Outside the news, Erran enjoys discovering new experiences, foods, and drinks; loves petting dogs; and is a major theme park fan!
The fire took place on East McLaughlin Avenue in Madisonville.
One person died on Thursday after a major crash on Highway 57.
Kentucky Auditor Mike Harmon said Tuesday that over 400,000 emails to the state's unemployment office had been 'ignored,' leaving thousands of potentially-struggling Kentuckians in the dark.
Education officials in Gibson, Pike, Posey, and Vanderburgh counties sent a letter to Gov. Holcomb on Monday asking him to prioritize school staff and educators in receiving the COVID-19 vaccine.
The body of a 29-year-old Dawson Springs man was discovered off of I-69 early Sunday morning after he was reported missing by state police Friday.
A man with ties to Owensboro was arrested on Thursday after the FBI says he "repeatedly maced officers" at the U.S. Capitol during the Jan. 6 riot.
Individuals in the Evansville area will be able to receive the COVID-19 vaccine at the Old National Events Plaza as soon as Tuesday, Feb. 9.
They are seeking both clinical and non-clinical workers to assist with clinic staffing.
A Newburgh-based company opened its second location in Evansville.
According to Indiana State Police, a 67-year-old Jasper man was killed on Tuesday after being hit by a semi on I-64 near the Spencer-Warrick County line.