Brady Williams, 14 News

Brady Williams

14 News

Evansville, IN, United States

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Recent:
  • 14 News
Past:
  • FOX19
  • WSFA 12 News
  • WBRC FOX6 News
  • KFVS News
  • WMBFNews.com

Recent articles by Brady:

Ohio man kayaking to Gulf of Mexico for mental health awareness

An Ohio native is paddling his way to the Gulf of Mexico, and he made a stop in Evansville on Friday. → Read More

City of Evansville holds meeting to address homelessness

The meeting is open to the public. → Read More

Graduating Bosse High School students receive $1K scholarships

In total, 92 students received $1,000 scholarships on Wednesday. → Read More

Wind damage, power outages reported as severe weather hits Tri-State area

Storm damage and power outages have been reported in several areas throughout the Tri-State. → Read More

Friday After 5 kicks off in Owensboro

The stage at the Riverpark Center will now go up behind the Holiday Inn. → Read More

Police: 1 injured in plane crash at Owensboro airport

Authorities confirm that emergency crews were sent in response to a report of a plane crash at Owensboro-Daviess County Regional Airport on Thursday night. → Read More

Gas prices on the rise across Tri-State

According to GasBuddy, the national and Indiana average prices set a new record high on Tuesday. → Read More

Former corrections officer dead, fugitive inmate in custody after police chase in Evansville

The 10-day nationwide manhunt for Alabama capital murder suspect and a former corrections officer has finally come to a close in Evansville, Indiana. → Read More

Vanderburgh Co. Council approves $1.9M for road work

Road projects in Vanderburgh County could cost up to $4 million. The County Council approved nearly $2 million toward that goal on Wednesday. → Read More

Evansville church raises $18k for Ukraine

Evansville First SDA Church has raised tens of thousands of dollars on behalf of Ukraine. → Read More

Gov. Beshear signs bill potentially allowing Ky. students access to days off for mental health

The new law states that it will allow public schools in Kentucky to provide children with excused absences for reasons involving their mental health or behavior. → Read More

Dispatch: Crews respond to Evansville house fire

Dispatch says the fire broke out on the 400 block of East Franklin Street in Evansville on Thursday night. → Read More

Tri-State runner participates in Boston Marathon in memory of late brother

Many people from the Tri-State are on their way home after participating in the Boston Marathon, and one runner had a special cause. → Read More

Tri-State residents express fears for loved ones in Ukraine living near Kyiv region

Lyubov Pechin stays in contact with her family as her home country continues to be attacked. → Read More

Fans attend make-up Morgan Wallen concert at Ford Center

People from all over gathered at the Ford Center on Thursday to attend a concert after Morgan Wallen canceled the previously scheduled event in February. → Read More

Hopkins Co. residents shelter from Wednesday tornado warning

Residents of Hopkins County had to take cover amid a tornado warning on Wednesday. → Read More

Evansville residents react to US-41 pedestrian bridge progress

On Monday, Evansville Mayor Lloyd Winnecke updated the progress of a pedestrian bridge across U.S. Highway 41 at Washington Avenue. → Read More

FEMA assistance: How to file appeal in cases of rejection

The deadline to register for FEMA assistance was Monday, but officials say people can still appeal if they were denied. → Read More

Evansville woman stays in contact with family left behind in Ukraine

Lyubov Pechin is from Ukraine, and in recent weeks, parts of her family have been stuck trying to help where they can in a war-torn country. → Read More

Illinois oil production likely to increase amid Russian sanctions

As Russian attacks continue against Ukraine, oil prices are soaring. → Read More