Alexa Green joined the FOX59/CBS4 team as a morning reporter in June 2017 and is thrilled to be in the Hoosier state covering the stories that matter to you!

Before moving to Indy, Alexa was a reporter for Spectrum News in Binghamton & Syracuse NY, covering stories in some of the snowiest cities in the country.

When she wasn’t outside reporting on the snow (or the cold!) Alexa broke dozens of stories and landed exclusive interviews, including one with prison escapee David Sweat’s mother, speaking with her just hours after her son was captured alive. She also is an AP-award winning reporter for her stories on a fatal fire that killed two young children and the tragic murder of a 21-month year old.

A Jersey girl at heart, Alexa is a proud graduate of Syracuse University’s Newhouse School of Public Communications ( Go Orange!).

When she isn’t working, you can find Alexa out running, reading and trying out new restaurants around in the area. If you have a story idea, or just want to say hi, she’d love to hear from you at

Recent Articles
  • Hundreds brave cold for 27th annual Shamrock Run & Walk

    INDIANAPOLIS, IND — It was a cold start for nearly 2,000 runners and walkers this morning at the 27th Annual Shamrock Run. The race kicked off near Indianapolis Fire Department’s Union Hall in downtown. It was a sight to see. Dozens of participants dressed up, showing off their Irish pride. From leprechauns to shamrocks, people went all out for the annual event. “It’s fun to see the outfits and everybody coming out, supporting our community, and the city,” said Dawn Johnson of […]

  • Look for extra patrols this St. Paddy’s Day weekend

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind– With St. Patrick’s day falling on the weekend this year, chances are even more people will be out celebrating. But law enforcement agencies all over the area are reminding Hoosiers not to push their luck. IMPD will have extra patrols, both uniformed and undercover officers, out all weekend long. State police will also be conducting DUI checkpoints in Marion and Hamilton counties. “Drink responsibly. There are far too many accidents that could be prevented from people consuming adult beverages,” […]

  • City-County Council to vote on multi-million dollar road repair plan tonight

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind—Tonight, the City-County Council will vote whether or not to approve a multi-million dollar plan to address the growing pothole problem in Indianapolis. Mayor Joe Hogsett has previously asked for roughly $14 million to pay for the road repairs, in addition to the $88 million already budgeted for infrastructure work in 2018. The plan includes funding specifically for personnel, supplies, contractors, and capital equipment to “address the emergency repair of city streets.” “This is going to go until we […]

  • Memorial growing in honor of Deputy Pickett outside Boone County Sheriff’s Office

    BOONE COUNTY, Ind– A memorial in honor of the Boone County deputy who was fatally wounded Friday continues to grow. Outside the Boone County Sheriff’s Office, family, friends and community members have been dropping off flowers and words of encouragement in honor of Deputy Jacob Pickett. Several other people dropped off donuts and coffee to the law enforcement agencies who have stepped in to help out the Sheriff’s Office. Indiana State Police, the Marion County Sheriff’s Office, and Hamilton County […]

  • Services set for Boone County teen killed in crash

    LEBANON, Ind. – Funeral arrangements have been finalized for the  Western Boone Jr. – Sr. High School student who died in a car crash Thursday. 18-year-old Sydney Foster was in the backseat of a 2007 white Ford Focus wearing her seat-belt headed to J. Everitt Light Vocational School with two other students when the head-on collision happened. She was later pronounced dead at Methodist Hospital. Visitation will be held on Monday, March 5 from 3:00 p.m. until 8 p.m. at Traders Point […]

  • Indy museum allows kids & adults to let their inner rock-star shine

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind– It might be hard to believe that spring break is right around the corner. For those of you who are not flocking out of the Hoosier state, FOX59 has you covered. Rhythm! Discovery Center has been around since 2009. It is home to the largest collection of percussion instruments in the country. It’s not only a museum, but a place where kids and adults can express themselves, one beat at a time The museum is located in the […]

  • Could you handle this tasty 5K race?

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind – It’s known as the tastiest 5K of the year. But could you handle it? Hundreds of runners participated Saturday in the 3rd annual Circle City Donut Dash run. But it’s no easy task. Racers must eat a dozen donut holes when they reach the halfway point before they can complete the race. After eating the dozen sweet treats, those who want to be eligible for the donut challenge awards, must “hold down” the donuts until they make it […]

  • IPS students snag highly sought-after Michelle Obama tickets

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind– Former first lady Michelle Obama will take the stage tonight at Bankers Life Fieldhouse in front of a packed audience. Obama will be here as part of an event hosted by the Women’s Fund of Central Indiana called “A Moderated Conversation with Former First Lady Michelle Obama.” The audience will include nearly 300 Indianapolis Public School students. The Women’s Fund donated the tickets to IPS, giving students a chance to see the first lady up close and personal. […]

  • Thousands participate in first Mini-Marathon training run

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind – It was an early start for nearly two thousand runners Saturday morning as they got ready for one of the city’s winter traditions. The 500 Festival’s three mile race brought people of all ages downtown. The race is the first of three training runs leading up to the half marathon this may. Organizers say it’s a chance for runners to practice and learn from their mistakes. “Whatever didn’t work at the 3-miler you can try something different […]

  • Jazz making a comeback in the Circle City

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind—It’s known as one of America’s original art forms and it may be hard to believe, but for many years, the Circle City drew in some of the greatest jazz musicians. “I can listen to jazz on Indiana Avenue and Indianapolis jazz greats and I can distinguish their sound from someone in Kansas City or New York,” said historian David Leander Williams. During the 1930’s and 1940’s, Indiana Avenue was thriving and was home to many African American businesses […]