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.
Officers are investigating a shooting that took place in Evansville Sunday night after a house was hit by gunfire.
Local hospitals are temporarily adjusting the rules as COVID-19 cases rise.
The Tri-State is mourning the death of a five-year-old boy from Tell City who passed away earlier this week.
The Indiana House approved a bill on Tuesday that would repeal the law that requires a person to obtain a license to carry a handgun in the state of Indiana.
14-year-old Alina Bartolon disappeared from her home in Owensboro on Christmas Eve and hasn’t been seen since.
Cold winds and freezing temperatures can impact your health before you know it. Doctors say it’s important to know how to protect yourself against the elements.
With the holidays over, COVID-19 testing shortages are hitting the Tri-State.
Friday night’s tornado knocked hundreds of houses into piles of debris across the state of Kentucky, trapping several people inside until they were able to be rescued.
We’ve been seeing random acts of kindness popping up all over the Commonwealth. This is another example of a good Samaritan.
Bremen city officials say they have received an overwhelming amount of support from fellow communities. Now, they need chainsaws, generators and money donations to help them in their recovery efforts.