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Gary Brian

Gary became the Bureau chief in April of 2018, but he has played an important role at WTHI-TV for many years.

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Gary.Brian@wthitv.com

Gary became the Bureau chief in April of 2018, but he has played an important role at WTHI-TV for many years.

Gary originally began his career as a photographer at News 10 in 2009. During his tenure, he developed two segments, "In the Spotlight" and "Gary's Good News." It was during this time he also gained four Emmy nominations as well as a handful of IBA and AP nominations and awards.

Before rejoining the team, Gary spent a year in Evansville as a Producer/Director at WNIN, the local PBS station. During this time he hosted a show entitled "Tri-State Life".

Gary is married to the love of his life and has two cats. When he isn't working he enjoys playing guitar, building model cars, and annoying his wife.

Gary.Brian@wthitv.com

Recent Posts by Gary Brian

Navy Support Activity Crane adds restrictions for COVID-19 pandemic

The base is also looking towards plans in case the base is affected by the pandemic.

Good Samaritan uses comfort cart to help locals donate to hospital staff

Residents can use an Amazon wishlist to buy things for medical staff fighting COVID-19.

Shoals city leaders paint words of encouragement on their town hall

The move comes after many parks have been closed due to COVID-19.

Good Samaritan encourages tele-health usage during COVID-19 pandemic

The hospital rolled out the program in 2019 and is stepping up its usage in 2020.

Vincennes shuts down some facilities in it's parks

Playground equipment and bathrooms are closed to help fight the spread of COVID-19

Good Samaritan hospital opens respiratory illness clinic

The clinic hopes to help isolate any potential COIVD-19 cases.

Olney Fire Department makes changes to help protect their own

The department will close it's building to outside visitors.

Knox and Crawford county United Ways set up local impact fund for COVID-19

The fund hopes to help those in need to get essentials.

'You need to take this incredibly seriously'; Olney mayor urges calm during COVID-19 closures

The city is asking residents to pay any bills online.

Oblong receives funding to fix wastewater lagoons

The project has been mandated by the FDA.

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