Haley joined the FOX59/CBS4 news team in February 2017 as a multimedia journalist. A Cincinnati native, she’s excited to be back in the Midwest and calling the Hoosier state home!

Before coming to Indianapolis, Haley spent more than three years in Beaumont, TX at the CBS/FOX affiliates. She most recently worked as a weekend anchor and investigative reporter. She covered everything from catastrophic flooding to school district corruption and loopholes in the state’s mental health laws.

Haley graduated from the University of Maryland’s Philip Merrill College of Journalism, where she majored in broadcast journalism and government/politics. While there, she worked for the school’s Capital News Service, covering the state house, and interned for the CBS Evening News and the network’s political unit in Washington, D.C.

Haley also competed for the University of Maryland’s swim team and is a proud Terrapin! In her spare time, you can catch her at the pool, traveling and exploring all the city has to offer!

Feel free to reach her at hbull@fox59.com with any story ideas or just to say hello, she’d love to hear from you!


Recent Articles
  • Indianapolis councilors consider moving monument for Confederate soldiers in Garfield Park

    INDIANAPOLIS, IN– On the heels of violence and unrest in Charlottesville, VA, some councilors are asking that a monument for Confederate soldiers in an Indianapolis park be moved to another location. The monument in Garfield Park marks the lives of more than 1,600 Confederate soldiers and sailors who died while prisoners of war at Camp Morton. Thursday, members of the Democratic Caucus requested the Indianapolis Department of Parks and Recreation find it a new home. Council majority leader Monroe Gray […]

  • Marion County prosecutor, chief public defender raise turnover concerns at budget hearings

    INDIANAPOLIS, IN– While the Indianapolis mayor’s office is presenting a proposed 2018 budget focusing in part on public safety, two agencies say they may need more funds. During budget hearings Wednesday night, both Marion County Prosecutor Terry Curry and Chief Public Defender Robert Hill called one of the challenges their offices face a crisis to members of the Public Safety and Criminal Justice Committee. They said they’re seeing more cases, but a high turnover because of low pay. “We need […]

  • Marion County sheriff addresses proposed cuts to service, as other departments raise concerns

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. —Marion County Sheriff John Layton is defending his announcement of proposed cuts to major services his department provides for other law enforcement agencies, while other departments prepare to handle more responsibilities. Layton sent out a memo Monday night to law enforcement agencies outlining his plan, and Tuesday pointed to concerns over staffing and costs. “Over the years it’s been so much rising cost of doing this business,” Layton said. He said next month he’ll close the Arrestee Processing […]

  • Warren Central students honor Dijon Anderson, work to stop youth violence

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – An Indianapolis community is coming together to say enough is enough to youth violence, and it’s teens themselves spearheading the effort. Friday night, Warren Central High School hosted a “3’s’ up” football scrimmage to honor Dijon Anderson. That was the teen’s number when he played for the Warriors. Last May, he and classmate Angel Mejia-Alfaro were shot and killed. “It just shows the love and the compassion and just who he was, like he touched the community,” […]

  • Family of Aaron Bailey reveals new details in his death, seeks answers

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — New details are emerging in the fatal shooting of Aaron Bailey as his family seeks answers to what happened and police investigate whether the officer involved shooting was justified. Police said on June 29, Bailey drove away from a traffic stop and crashed his car on the northwest side. Two IMPD officers opened fire, striking Bailey. He later died at a hospital. No weapon was found in his vehicle. Thursday night, more than 40 days after Bailey […]

  • Madison County defunds needle exchange program

    ANDERSON, Ind. – A needle exchange program in Madison County is coming to an end after the county council voted to prohibit funding. The program allowed drug users to turn in dirty syringes for clean ones. Tuesday night, the Madison County Council voted 5 to 2 for an ordinance that denies appropriation of funds to the program for supplies, equipment and labor for operating it. The county council’s appropriation power includes donations, gifts and grants. The vote left the Madison […]

  • Frustrations mount over transportation, finance issues in Muncie schools

    MUNCIE, Ind. — The Muncie board of school trustees met Tuesday to a packed room of parents and the public expressing frustration over recent transportation issues and a looming financial shortfall totaling nearly $20 million. “Things have been better, still not perfect,” parent Adam Bouse said. “There hasn’t been a good plan at all,” parent Bethany Hilty said. Transportation woes on the first day of school closed the district for two days after it became clear bus routes were not […]

  • Superintendent of Muncie Schools addresses transportation issues

    MUNCIE, Ind. – Muncie Community Schools resumed classes Monday after starting the school year off with busing missteps that caused two days of closures. The district said though things aren’t perfect, Monday went as any first day would. The issues come as the district faces the possibility of running out of money this fall. A new bus company selected this year, Auxillio, is supposed to save the district $1.4 million. On the first day of school last Wednesday, parents complained of […]

  • Rides open after safety inspections for state fair’s first day

    INDIANAPOLIS, IN—While Hoosiers head to the state fair, state officials are making sure the rides are good to go. After more than a dozen Indiana Department of Homeland Security inspectors checked rides Thursday, the department said 40 of the 46 rides it regulates are open.   Friday, an IDHS spokesperson said three of the inspected rides had violations. They are in different stages of repair and will be re-inspected after the violations are fixed. Three other rides were not inspected. […]

  • Advocates focus on mental health training for officers in rural communities

    PERU, INDIANA– An effort to make sure law enforcement in communities both large and small know how to handle those dealing with mental health crises is underway in Indiana.   It’s coming into the spotlight after Peru Police said they saved a man who was contemplating jumping off of a bridge and streaming it live on Facebook. Officers said a relative showed them the stream.   “I could tell there was someone dangling off a bridge,” Sgt. Samantha Raber said. […]