Claire is a hometown girl - born and raised in Evansville.
She grew up going to Aces games, Otters games, the Fall Festival, and everything in between.
Claire is a graduate of Harrison High School and Western Kentucky University. At WKU, she majored in Broadcasting with a concentration in News and Sports Reporting and was also the News Director at the radio station on campus for two years
When not gathering news Clair enjoys watching Colts football and NASCAR with her family and spending time with her pug puppy, Boss.
A walk-in vaccine clinic is opening on Friday at the Henderson Housing Authority on South Adams Street.
The statewide mask mandate for schools in Kentucky is ending Friday. Now, school districts across the state are deciding whether to keep enforcing masks in schools or make them optional.
A Boonville man is now facing at least 12 felony charges after the sheriff's office says he attacked his mother, led authorities on a high-speed pursuit, and was arrested with numerous guns, syringes, vials containing unknown substances, and more.
Law enforcement is looking into several incidents of a driver in a black SUV trying to talk to children in Posey County.
93-year-old Eloise says 'she owes a stranger her life' for finding her collapsed in her front yard on a hot August day.
Tri-State schools are now mandating masking up as Governor Holcomb issues a new executive order.
A special session has been called to get the Governor and the legislature to work together and address the COVID-19 crisis in Kentucky.
As summer turns to fall, health officials are once again rolling out flu shots. This time, however, that immunity shot is lining up with potential COVID-19 booster shots.
Health officials are urging people to avoid mass gatherings ahead of Labor Day weekend. The warning comes as we see new COVID-19 cases climb throughout the Tri-State.
Kentucky State Police carried out four simultaneous operations that put 46 human traffickers behind bars, and brought 21 victims to safety.