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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
  • Being Blue: The man behind the Colts’ mascot

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind — It’s a full-time job that requires strength, flexibility and some sweet dance moves. But being Blue the Mascot is about much more than that. Behind the mask is a father of two,  trying to make a big difference here in the Hoosier state. Trey Mock first caught the mascot fever during his time at Auburn University as Aubie the Tiger.  From there, a stint with the Atlanta Falcons, then the Buffalo Bills followed, before he landed this […]

  • Police search for suspect after son finds father dead inside home on Indy’s northeast side

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. –A 64-year-old man was found dead inside his home on the city’s northeast side by his own son, and now police are working to track down his car after it was stolen from the scene. Officers were called to the 5200 block of Daniel Drive shortly after 1 a.m. Tuesday morning. Police say the victim’s son was unable to make contact with his father, so he drove to his home to check on him. When he arrived, he […]

  • First day for Monroe County Schools without Auxilio

    MONROE COUNTY, Ind — Monroe County school district’s new transportation plan will be put to the test this morning after they cut ties with their busing company Auxilio last week. This comes after major issues earlier this year when students were left waiting at the bus stops for hour and in some cases, the buses never came at all. Auxilio was hired at the beginning of the school year to provide 42 bus drivers to assist the district with transporting […]

  • 15-year-old boy dies after east side shooting

    INDIANAPOLIS –A 15-year-old boy died after being transported to the hospital this morning  following being shot. Kevin Rainy was found by officers laying in the street early Saturday morning on the city’s east side. IMPD investigators were called to the intersection of Tiffany Dr. and E. Penway St around 12:30 am. for reports of shots fired. Before they arrived, a second 911 call came in from a  passing motorist who reported that a body was lying in the intersection. At […]

  • It’s tee time! TopGolf in Fishers is now open

    INDIANAPOLIS Ind– Golfers, it’s tee time! After months of anticipation Topgolf in Fishers is now open. More than a dozen people were lined up outside before doors even opened this morning.. The 65,000 square foot golfing and entertainment facility features three levels and more than a 100 climate controlled bays. The price depends on the day and time but one bay ranges anywhere from 25 -45 dollars. “I experienced Topgolf in Denver, Colorado and I fell in love with it. We […]

  • Superintendent of Carmel Clay Schools placed on administrative leave

    CARMEL, Ind. – Dr. Nicholas Wahl, the superintendent of Carmel Clay Schools, has been placed on administrative leave. The Carmel School Board made the announcement during a meeting Monday night. “The board is undertaking a thorough review of its district leadership and believes that its action today will enable it to complete this review more quickly and in a manner that respects the confidentiality of its employees’ personal matters,” said Board President Layla Spanenberg in a statement. For now, day-to-day […]

  • Firefighters stress having a plan during National Fire Prevention week

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind- Cooler temperatures will arrive soon in Indiana and that means Hoosiers will be turning up the heat. This week marks National Fire Prevention week and local fire firefighters are reminding people to think ahead and have a plan if a fire were to break out. This conversation is especially important with young kids. Firefighters say parents should make sure their younger ones know how dangerous matches, lighters and candles can be. They also need to talk about what […]

  • The verdict is in on Peyton Manning’s statue

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — The verdict is in. Dozens of Colts fans were out early Sunday morning checking out Lucas Oil Stadium’s newest permanent resident. For the most part, fans we spoke to were pleased with how Peyton Manning’s statue turned out. “It was actually a little bit bigger than I expected,” said fan Steve Childers. Childers was one of many who stopped by the north plaza to take photos with it and see the nearly 13-foot bronze statue up-close and […]

  • Heading to Manning statue reveal? Look for “live” statue

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind– The Peyton Manning weekend of celebration is officially underway in the Circle City. But if you can’t wait until the big reveal at 3 P.M outside of Lucas Oil Stadium, you might want to try  heading downtown to look for his “live statue.” The Colts have teamed up with world-renowned artist and performer Robert Shangle, to create a live bronze statue of Peyton Manning for fans to take photos. To learn more about the artist, click here.  Saturday, […]

  • Hoosiers line up for flu shots as clinics open Thursday

    Flu season expected to one of the worst in years

    Indianapolis, IND — This year’s flu season is expected to be one of the worst in years! Medical experts say that’s because of some of the recent natural disasters we’ve seen over the past few months, including hurricanes and wildfires. Doctors at Eskenazi health say people’s lives and routines have been interrupted and they might not get their flu shot this year. For others, if they’re living in shelters or bunkers, viruses there can be easily spread. “There’s more room […]