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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.

Recent Articles
  • Couple says they’ll stop doing business online after convertible top disaster

    RUSHVILLE, Ind. — A couple says they hired a man online to install a convertible top and it turned into an expensive nightmare. Clarence Owens and his wife posted an ad on the internet, and the man who responded told them he had experience installing convertible tops. So, they hired him and paid him $600. “He was super nice the first day. I mean he was friendly, he came in my house,” Owens said. Owens said the man told him […]

  • Local group seeks bike donations for homeless veterans

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Men and women who served our country and have fallen on hard times need your help in the form of bike donations. Over the past year, little by little, Army veteran Weldon “C.W.” Shultz has set his life on a new path. He’s connecting with the world, working full time, and now, biking all the time, too. “Every day twice, to work and from work,” Shultz said. He received a bicycle a couple months ago, thanks to the […]

  • Free Saturday event will focus on gun safety for both kids and parents

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — A free event on Saturday will bring kids and their parents together to learn about firearms safety. How to talk about guns, especially with your kids, is not always the most comfortable topic. That’s why 10-year-old Addison McMillan’s parents enlisted some help from Tactical Firearms Training’s Guy Relford. “A priority in our household is to keep our family safe,” Addison’s dad, Charlie McMillan, said. Relford and Tami Watson, of Watson Chambers Defense Institute in Columbus, IN, will […]

  • Women upset hometown hospital won’t deliver babies anymore

    FRANKFORT, Ind. — Two Frankfort women are going on the offensive after their hometown hospital decided not to deliver babies anymore. IU Health announced in February that it will shutter the OB department at the Frankfort Hospital when it takes over on June 1st. St. Vincent decided not to renew its contract for the county-owned hospital. Sarah Brandenburg and Charissa Melton, both lifelong Frankfort residents, contacted FOX59 and local officials, hoping to bring attention to the decision. Melton gave birth […]

  • Water rates could nearly double for one city’s residents

    LAWRENCE, Ind. — Citizens of Lawrence could see their water rates double because of what leaders call a critical need. Longtime resident Dave Onda knew his water bill would be going up, since the city had been including information about its crumbling infrastructure in mailings for months. He didn’t expect it to go up by so much, though. “I was a little shocked, needless to say,” Onda said. A proposal sent to councilors calls for a 97 percent increase in […]

  • Drivers seek change at Speedway intersection after crash

    SPEEDWAY, Ind. — Two drivers involved in a crash near the 5800 block of Crawfordsville Road in Speedway agree that change is needed at the intersection in front of Speedway Crossing. Hallie Miller contacted FOX59 after the crash last Monday. It was a typical day for her; she’d dropped off her daughter at school, picked up lunch and was heading home. Then, another driver turned in front of her and the two collided. “By the time I saw him, my […]

  • Woman warns others after threatening phone calls

    MARION, Ind. — A Marion, Ind. woman is warning others after she received threatening phone calls twice a day for a week. Kay Bailey is in her 60’s, retired, and apparently a target for people who want her money. “I started getting these phone calls every day,” Bailey said. The callers, who sounded like they were American, told her she owed $590 on an old Pay Day loan. They had some of her personal information, including the last four digits […]

  • 15-year-old steps in to help after witnessing truck flip

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — An Indianapolis teenager stepped in to help after he witnessed a crash, and his mom captured his heroic act on video. Desmond Robinson, 15, and his mom Tawanna Hutcherson-Searcy were driving home from school last Thursday on I-70, when they took the exit to Keystone Avenue. Behind them, a driver took the ramp too fast, and his rental truck flipped onto its side. Robinson heard the crash first, then looked out the back window. “I saw him […]

  • Hidden fees could cost you if you get tax money up front

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Indiana’s Attorney General says he’s been getting complaints about hidden fees in programs that offer tax money up front. The refund advances, or loans, are offered at many big tax providers. They allow people to get money up front, before their taxes are processed, but Jeremy Brilliant at the AG’s office said they can end up being more costly than just waiting for your refund. “In one case, a person filed a complaint and said that he […]

  • Seniors give gift cards to college students for Random Acts of Kindness Day

    ANDERSON, Ind. — On Random Acts of Kindness Day, a group of seniors showed up at Anderson University to hand out gift cards to unsuspecting college students. The group of four women came from Primrose Retirement Communities, where many local residents are AU graduates. The company helped its residents participate in the day across the country Friday. Dondeena Caldwell wore her AU colors and made quick work, handing out dozens of Amazon gift cards worth $10 each. “They were so […]