Gary Brian

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

Title: Bureau Chief
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

Smart911 is coming to Knox County - here's what that means

The program will allow dispatchers to get information about users quickly in emergencies.

Hobby Lobby becomes first store to open it's doors at Kimmel Pointe

Texas Roadhouse and Marshall's are also planned for 2020.

Lincoln Trail singers spread cheer on Valentine's Day

The event is part of a yearly tradition.

North Daviess elementary gets grant funding to help expand breakfast program

The grant funding will help to supply education to expand students getting the meal.

Crawford County sheriff's office gets new rescue vehicle

The office received the humvee thanks to the federal 1033 program.

Vincennes/Knox County Visitors and Tourism Bureau lays out plans for new building

The building would more than triple its current size.

Barr-Reeve prepares referendum for May ballot

The new referendum would cut the tax rate to 25 cents compared to the previous referendum of 89 cents

'You can't have all your coal in one bucket...' Communities sign agreement with Navy to increase communication

The agreement hopes to help the communities surrounding Crane Navy Base.

VU Homeland Security and Public Safety program rates high nationally

The online program was rated #9 nationally.

'We don't have any other choice'; Oblong schools forced to implement alternative bus routes amid driver shortage

The school district's pool of substitute drivers has caused the need to combine some routes.

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