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
  • Nonprofit rolls into town giving Hoosiers the ride of a lifetime

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — It’s a worldwide movement allowing seniors a trip down memory lane. “Cycling Without Age” started in Denmark, but it made its way to the Indiana last year. “The motto for Cycling Without Age is ‘The right to the wind in your hair,’” explained Indy chapter Vice President Brad Bolling. His mother Evelyn is 88-years-young, and up until a few months ago, she had never been on a bicycle. That was until Cycling Without Age rolled into the Circle […]

  • Housekeeping services offer free cleanings to cancer patients

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Indianapolis resident Francine Long, 64, says these days she barely has the energy to get out of bed. The thought of tidying up her home while after undergoing chemotherapy sounds downright exhausting. “It turns your body inside out. My energy levels just tanked,” Long said. But her everyday life was was made a bit easier when she found out about  ‘Cleaning for a Reason’. Within a few days, cleaners from Indy-based The Dust Devils showed up, ready to get to work. […]

  • Facebook group looks to spread kindness in Kokomo

    KOKOMO, Ind. — It started as a way to spread kindness in Kokomo,  but it gained popularity all across Howard County. Today, the Facebook group “Pay it Forward Kokomo” has over 11,000 members. It began four years ago because of one woman. “I find it so important to let people know it’s okay to be caring, loving, compassionate and supportive.  It’s okay to open your heart to somebody,” said Cat Gray. It’s something Gray knows firsthand. She said it’s because of […]

  • Expert weighs in after explosives found outside home on southeast side

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Police say a homeowner found two explosives outside a southeast side home overnight. Just before midnight, the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department responded to the home on Candy Spots Court, which is near Thompson Road and South Arlington Avenue. The bomb squad was also called in and detonated the incendiary devices, which had been placed near the front and back doors. “An incendiary device and an explosive device are very similar to each other. It’s just that in […]

  • Fishers Police Department launches new crime fighting app

    FISHERS,  Ind. — The Fishers Police Department has a new tool it hopes will reduce crime and help residents report suspicious activity. The community engagement and crime prevention app is called Relay. It replaces the Fishers Police Department’s CrimeWatch app, which had about 6,000 users. Relay streamlines the user interface and allows residents to directly report information to officers. “This is just those calls for service where we think our community ‘I don’t want to bother anybody with this but […]

  • Northeast side home offers free care for those who are terminally ill

    INDIANAPOLIS,  Ind– For more than a decade, a facility on Indy’s northeast side has been offering a free place for people to live out the rest of their lives. It’s not considered hospice, a nursing home, or a medical facility. But the Abby Hunt Bryce Home is aimed at housing a special population, that is often forgotten about as they age. “To claim your hospice benefit, you need an address,” explained Morning Light Community Involvement and Events Manager Madison Gonzalez. […]

  • Knitting for newborns: Indy mom pays it forward to NICU babies

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — For six weeks, Indianapolis mom Heather Urschel remembers watching her newborn son and waiting. “When you’re here and they are that little, you can’t look farther ahead than today,” she explained. Community Health Network’s NICU became her home away from home, after she delivered her son Ben eight weeks early. “I remember what it was like. The simple tokens,” said Heather. But she never could have imagined, two decades later, she’d be back at the same place. […]

  • ‘Anyone can do it’: 12-year-old Carmel girl works to clean up neighborhood

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – This week on “Pay it Forward,”  we shine a spotlight on a Carmel middle school student who is on a mission to clean-up every part of her neighborhood. Olivia Nelson, 12, got the idea while jogging around her neighborhood earlier this summer. “On some streets, I’d see a lot of trash. It just bothered me, so I’d tell my parents,” said the Park Tudor School 7th grader. Olivia and her dad first went out together, but they quickly realized four hands […]

  • Pay it Forward: Meet the man behind Riley’s Magic Castle Cart

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — This week on “Pay it Forward,” we introduce you to a longtime Riley Hospital for Children volunteer who has been delivering smiles to patients for over 20 years. If the bright colors and mystical creatures on the outside of a 450-pound wooden cart don’t get your attention, just wait until you see what’s inside. “If we have a girl, the first thing is bracelets and a ring,” explained Riley Hospital for Children Magic Castle Cart Founder Bob […]

  • IndyGo officials say roadwork is complete for Red Line project

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — The IndyGo Red Line project just reached a major milestone. Officials say roadwork is now complete.  IndyGo officials say they know there will be some confusion over the next few weeks as drivers get used to the changes. That’s why they released these videos, showing the new lane configurations and pavement markings. “We’re all working with those drivers, working with those new bus riders, figuring out how to best understand how to use this space,” said IndyGo […]

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