Jordan Yaney, 14 News

Jordan Yaney

14 News

Evansville, IN, United States

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Recent articles by Jordan:

SITEX Corp. bringing 30 new jobs to Henderson with $4.5M expansion

We’re told the project is expected to get underway immediately and finished by 2026. → Read More

Daviess Co. Schools police practice active shooter drills

One day after a massacre at Robb Elementary School in Texas left 19 children and two adults dead, the Daviess County Public Schools Police Department practiced active shooter response drills. → Read More

Three incumbent sheriffs across Tri-State lose primary election in Kentucky

Three incumbent sheriffs lost their primary elections, and four new sheriffs will take office in January. → Read More

Evansville florist getting creative ahead of Mother’s Day

Astound customers are now on their third day with faulty internet or phone connections, straining businesses abilities to get work done. → Read More

Chlorine prices rising for second straight year in Tri-State

The national chlorine shortage continues into the spring and summer of 2022, with prices even higher than they were a year ago. → Read More

Tri-State schools addressing pandemic learning loss

With the pandemic forcing students into unconventional schooling for parts of the last two years, school officials are working to recover the learning lost. → Read More

Tax filing deadline quickly approaching

The deadline to file federal tax returns is Monday, April 18. → Read More

High pollen count affecting people with spring allergies

With warmer temperatures arriving in the Tri-State, the pollen count is rising. → Read More

Several Morganfield homes damaged by Wednesday’s storms

In Morganfield, two neighboring homes were hit by the high winds, knocking one mobile home off its foundation and stripping the roof off another. → Read More

Flu cases on the rise in the Tri-State, Evansville doctor says

Flu cases are on the rise across the Tri-State, as well as nationwide. → Read More

Ky. Lt. Gov. Coleman presents money to help water and sewer improvements in Daviess Co.

Lt. Gov. Coleman presented a check as part the Better Kentucky Plan’s Cleaner Water Program as well grant funding for the OASIS Domestic Violence Program in Owensboro. → Read More

Drivers ignoring road closures on SR 64 in Francisco

Phase two of construction on State Road 64 in Francisco began Tuesday, but officials say drivers are ignoring road closure and detour signs. → Read More

Memorial cheerleader officially diagnosed with rare disease

Lei Lei Blair was adopted from China when she was 2 years old, but it took 15 years before she was diagnosed with Wiedemann-Steiner syndrome (WSS). → Read More

Evansville woman expresses worry for family in Ukraine

People with Ukrainian ties are rushing to learn about the safety of their loved ones in Ukraine. → Read More

Hopkins County Fiscal Court to vote on proposed sports complex

The proposal now moves to the Hopkins County Fiscal Court for a vote on Tuesday, March 1. → Read More

Communities starting to rebuild two months after tornadoes

Just two months after some communities in Hopkins County were reduced to rubble, families are already starting to rebuild their homes in Barnsley Loop. → Read More

Police: Shooting calls on the rise in Owensboro

Police data shows that 84 total shooting or firearm discharge calls were reported in 2021. → Read More

Owensville man goes sledding for first time in 20 years

Age didn't stop 94-year-old William Ping from taking on a steep hill with his old reliable sled. → Read More

EPD: Suspect shot and killed during hostage situation

Shortly after noon, we heard a gunshot and then saw a woman being taken away in tears. → Read More

Area stores run low on winter storm supplies, others stocked

We’re checking in with stores to see how they are doing with supplies. → Read More