Megan DiVenti joined the 44News Team in June 2018. Megan is an Anchor and Reporter.
Originally from Baltimore, Maryland, Megan grew up constantly watching local news with her family. From a young age she aspired to share stories that mattered in the community.
Megan graduated from Temple University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania with a degree in Broadcast Journalism (Go Owls!)
Some of Megan’s career highlights include reporting from Washington D.C for the Senator swearing into office. In addition, Megan shares the stories of people making a positive impact across the Tri-State in her weekly “Hometown Hero” segments.
Beyond her career, Megan volunteers as a Big Sister at Big Brothers Big Sisters of Southwestern Indiana.
In her downtown, Megan enjoys hiking, attending theatrical productions, and spending time with her cat Nellie.
North Middle School students and volunteers from the Warm Center in Henderson helped with the placement of the flag displays.
The Daviess County Sheriff and some of his deputies participated in the law enforcement Torch Run on Wednesday.
Something new is emerging on the North Side of Evansville.
Another sign the Tri-State is making strides towards normal.
There's a nationwide truck driver shortage and it's starting to impact the Hoosier state.
They are the ones with big hearts shaping little minds.
Evansville Police are investigating after they say a suspicious man approached two children Friday.
Evansville Police are investigating a Friday night stabbing incident.
Evansville Police are investigating an early Saturday morning homicide.
It has been a vital part of ensuring our Tri-State families could make it thru this health crisis.