Kyle Inskeep joined the Fox 59 News team in April 2015. He’s thrilled to return the Circle City, the place he called home for four year while attending Butler University (GO DAWGS!).
Before moving to Indianapolis, Kyle spent two years as a reporter/anchor at WTWO in Terre Haute, IN. While there he covered President Obama’s September 2014 visit to Princeton, IN and was one of the first reporters on the ground following the November 2013 tornado outbreak across parts of central Illinois and southern Indiana.
Kyle spent his first year out of college working for NBC News in Washington, D.C. He was selected as the 2012 Tim Russert Fellow. As part of this program, Kyle worked as a researcher for the network’s “political unit,” assisted correspondents and field producers, and worked alongside the Meet The Press digital team to create unique online content centered around the show’s high-profile political guests.
Kyle graduated Magna Cum Laude from Butler University with a degree in Electronic Journalism. He was on campus for both of the historic Final Four runs the Dawgs made in 2010 and 2011! He hopes to catch a few more games this season inside Hinkle Fieldhouse now that he’s back in Indianapolis.
If you have a story idea that you’d like to share with Kyle, email him at or you can catch him on twitter @kyle_inskeep.

Recent Articles
  • Woman leads police on low-speed chase through downtown, damages 3 police cars

    INDIANAPOLIS — One person is in custody after leading pursuing police on a slow-speed chase through downtown Indianapolis, ending with the suspect’s vehicle ramming two police vehicles. It started shortly after 2 a.m. at Washington and East St., where a Marion County Sheriff’s deputy saw a red car sitting in the intersection. When the deputy exited the squad car to ask the driver what was going on, the female driver nearly ran over the officer’s foot while speeding away, according […]

  • Columbus veteran running 300 miles for PTSD awareness 

    COLUMBUS, Ind .- A central Indiana Marine is training for a special mission next Month. Kyle Killinger says his goal is to help veterans struggling with PTSD. He’ll do this, in part, by running 300 miles in just seven days. “They’re like why are you running? I’ll stop running and I’ll say to them there are 22 veterans a day who commit suicide because they suffer with PTSD,” said Killinger. This is an issue that’s unfortunately impacted Kyle personally. Two men […]

  • Liquidation sales begin at select Marsh stores 

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.- Liquidation sales at select Marsh stores are now underway. Two companies agreed to buy 26 of the remaining 44 Marsh locations. The grocer must now get rid of the inventory in the 18 stores not bought as part of that deal. Currently, most items are between 10-30% off the original price. Back in May the store discounted all its liquor by up to 40% after losing the ability to sell it. Customers who spoke to Fox 59 said they […]

  • Firefighter has warning for parents after daughter nearly chokes on fidget spinner part

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Fidget spinners have become a must-have toy for many central Indiana children, but they may be more dangerous than parents realize. Some of the parts are very small and could pose a choking hazard if they pop off, as a Decatur Township firefighter discovered this week. The firefighter shared his story on the department’s Facebook page Thursday. He said his daughter was in the backseat spinning the fidget when one of the metal bearings broke off, flew […]

  • Coroner’s office identifies victims in east side triple homicide, police emphasize this was not a random crime

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – The search continued Friday for the person responsible for killing three people at an east side home Thursday as the Marion County Coroner’s Office identified the victims. The coroner’s office identified the deceased as Mark Higgins, 64, Keith Higgins, 34 and Jessica Carte, 34. The Chief Deputy Coroner Alfie Ballew said preliminary autopsy results wouldn’t be available until Saturday. “We knew Mark and [his wife] very well,” said neighbor Susan Horton. “Wonderful, just every day common working […]

  • Local designer takes Fashion at the 500 to a new level

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.- “Wow!” That’s the reaction every designer hopes for when unveiling a new clothing line. It’s also the one Jess West got from her customers when she launched a special collection geared towards race fans. She posted pictures of the shirts, checkered flag print shorts, one-of-a-kind skirts and tops, and the now infamous RompHim on her Instagram earlier this month. The “likes” quickly started piling up. “I think it`s a market that not a lot of people think about from […]

  • Swimming season brings concerns about drowning

    Keeping kids safe around water

    CARMEL, Ind.- Drowning is one of the leading causes of death for children between the ages of 1-14. The CDC says that three children die from drowning every day. With pools across central Indiana about to open for the season, Fox 59 is committed to helping parents keep their kids safe around water. One local swim expert says the earlier you can expose a child to water safety the better. Goldfish Swim School in Carmel begins teaching children as young as […]

  • Mild winter could lead to an increase in the local tick population

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  • Fix Your Finances 2.0: 15-year vs. 30-year mortgage  

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.- What’s the main difference between a 15-year mortgage and 30-year mortgage? Financial experts say it’s potentially thousands of dollars in savings! “A $250,000 30 year mortgage will cost you over $100,000 more on the life of a loan than a 15 year mortgage,” said Peter Dunn a local financial planner. The downside of a 15-year mortgage is that your monthly payment is significantly higher than if you were paying the loan back over 30 years. Here’s how it breaks […]

  • Fix Your Finances 2.0: Common home buying mistakes

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