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!
According to the Supreme Court, Justice Ginsburg died from a complication from cancer.
Ben Savage shared on Instagram a photo of himself in front of a Tri-State restaurant.
Health leaders here in the Tri-State say drawing connections is a bit more complicated than it seems.
The Hopkins County Health Department says several businesses have been cited for not following Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear's statewide mask mandate.
Basketball, among other winter sporting events, appear to be either on schedule or with little delay.
35-year-old Michael Farrow is facing a range of new charges, after U.S. Marshals and Owensboro police took him into custody.
The proposal looks to move money from the general fund that goes to the police department to support affordable housing, and replace that police funding with dollars from the public safety income tax fund. The amendment specifically spells out that it is not intended to reduce funding to the police department.
COVID-19 worries have kept many of those who typically volunteer at St. Vincent de Paul's thrift stores in Henderson unable to help out.
A new investment is coming to the Francisco community, which goes just beyond renewable energy.
Warrick County Clerk office phones are ringing off the hook, with voters uncertain about mailings being sent to them.