Reporter for 44News/WEVV.
Alex Worth joined the 44News team in July of 2021. The Kansas City native recently graduated from the University of Kansas, where he majored in News and Information Journalism and minored in Business Administration.
He spent the summer of 2020 interning at KSNT in Topeka, KS, where he got his first real glimpse at covering news.
In his free time, Alex enjoys cheering on his Kansas City Chiefs, going to the gym and playing golf.
A senior at USI found an interesting way to give back to Evansville residents.
The award was for research linking artificial intelligence and aging.
This is constitutionally required every 10 years following a new census.
An Evansville woman chose to celebrate her 50th birthday by giving back to the community.
Northeast Dubois Intermediate School suffered from extreme flooding back in August.
The county health department reports 25 new cases.
The paving process will take roughly 10 hours on Saturday.
Vehicle accidents are one of the leading causes of death in children.
Sarah Gayler becomes the first woman to be Men's Head Basketball Coach in NAIA history.
The missing man was last seen on September 3.