Jill Glavan is thrilled to be back in Indianapolis, where her family has lived for more than 10 years. After growing up in the Dallas, Texas area and going to school at the University of Missouri, she now considers herself an adopted Hoosier.

Jill began her career at WPTZ in Burlington, VT, where she got used to tough winters! In addition to her daily assignments, Jill did a yearlong series where she became a “localvore,” only eating food produced within 40 miles of her own home. It was a challenging project, but gave her an appreciation of local food and businesses.

Since joining the FOX59 team in 2012, Jill has contributed to every newscast. You can now see her on Fox 59 News at 10 and Newspoint at 11. She also produces the popular “Dirty Dining” series. When she’s not at work, she enjoys reading, spending time with family and friends, and cheering on her favorite teams: the Colts and Mizzou Tigers.


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    BLOOMINGTON, Ind. — The City of Bloomington has reached an agreement to pay $800,000 for a property that houses the city’s only strip club. The City’s redevelopment commission reached the deal Thursday with the property owners. The property is on South Walnut Street, next to the future site of Switchyard Park, a big public park the city is starting to develop this year. Night Moves, the only gentlemen’s club in Bloomington, has sat on the property for decades. Owner Rodney […]

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    Zionsville police officer buys family groceries after baby left in cold car

    ZIONSVILLE, Ind. — A police officer bought groceries for a struggling family after a man was arrested for leaving a baby in a cold car. According to Boone County court documents, Alan Godbey got out of his stalled car in the middle of a Zionsville intersection on Saturday. An officer stopped to check it out and found a baby sleeping in the backseat. At the time, the windchill was below zero. The baby was still warm and unharmed. About 10 […]

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    Perry Meridian sixth grader accused of making online threats arrested by Homeland Security

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) arrested a Perry Meridian student accused of making threats directed at the school district on social media. According to Perry Township Schools, the school district found out about the threats on Friday night. IMPD and DHS investigated the threats, and they identified the source within three hours early Saturday morning. The suspect is a 12-year-old student at Perry Meridian Sixth Grade Academy. The school district released this statement on Monday: Perry Township Schools learned […]

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    Police department offers coupons, demos of home security cameras

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    Doctors, counselors say you can learn from ‘terrible’ 2016

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    Men spend holiday weekend behind bars following beating

    THORNTOWN, Ind. — Three men spent the holiday weekend in jail after their arrest for beating and robbing a man in Thorntown. Police arrested the men on Thursday, after finding a man who had been beaten and stabbed with a screwdriver. FOX59 talked to a woman who was driving in the area of Plum and West Streets, when she said the victim ran into the road and asked her for help. According to court paperwork, provided by the Lebanon Reporter, Matt […]

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    IU researchers develop free website to track spread of fake news

    BLOOMINGTON, Ind. — A team of researchers at Indiana University have developed a website that allows you to track the spread of fake news stories online. The tool, called Hoaxy, tracks how many times an article has been shared, and who’s sharing it publicly. It’s the brainchild of Professor Filippo Menczer, Director of IU’s Center for Complex Networks and Systems Research. Menczer has been studying fake news since before most people knew it was a possibility. “We’ve been predicting that […]