Angela Ganote is an Indiana girl with 21 years in the business. She grew up in Brownsburg, worked at WLFI in Lafayette, WSBT in South Bend, and WCMH in Columbus, Ohio.

Angela graduated from Indiana University and had no idea she would go into TV until a chance meeting with fellow news anchor, Anne Marie Tiernon.

What I love….
Making people smile and giving people a voice when no one else will listen.

My other job…
I actually have two full time jobs and my favorite is being a mom and wife. I am also a travel softball coach and have been a cheerleading, basketball, and soccer coach!

But I really love….
Football! We are huge Colts fans and please don’t send me nasty email, but we are big Cowboys fans too. I married a man from Pennsylvania who grew up a Dallas fan.

For my 40th birthday….
I celebrated at two football games
For my husband Bradd’s birthday….
I took him to NYC to see Rock of Ages.

My greatest TV moment…
Winning a couple of Emmy’s for stories on the people that really matter. I was able to tell the story of one of my fellow cheerleaders at I.U. She lost an amazing battle with ALS, but before she died she was an inspiration many will never forget.

My worst TV moment….
That one time when someone turned on a leaf blower and my top went flying!!!

If I had free time, I would…
Love to spend my day at the ball field. I love competition and teaching girls through sports. I also enjoy watching my son learn the game of baseball.


Recent Articles
  • Youth sports and your retirement

    From expensive equipment to private coaching and out of town tournaments, the cost of youth sports continues to rise. While many of us will do anything for our kids, are we wrecking our financial future? Casey Marx from Crown Haven Wealth Advisors appeared on FOX59 Morning News to discuss the issue. How can parents balance paying for sports and saving for retirement? Create a budget Find cost saving alternatives See the big picture Prioritize your retirement You can learn more […]

  • Hendricks County Boutique Crawl this weekend

    Designers, discounts and drawings! The 4th Annual Hendricks County Boutique Crawl is this weekend. Two of the featured boutiques and their owners appeared on FOX59 Morning News to answer questions about the weekend.  Michele Isenhower owns Michele’s Boutique in Brownsburg and Tiffany Wallace owns Tiffany’s Boutique in Avon. The 4th Annual Hendricks County Boutique Crawl runs from Sept. 13 through Sept. 15. Here are some of the perks: Swag bags full of goodies will be given away to the first […]

  • Alcohol sales at Memorial Stadium

    Wine and beer while you cheer! Indiana University starts a pilot program inside Memorial Stadium this weekend during their home opener. Fred Glass joined FOX59 Morning News to answer questions about that and other changes coming to Bloomington this football season, including a new honor and upcoming statue for former IU All-American George Taliaferro, the first African American drafted by the NFL. Purchase tickets here Football_Tiered_Seating_Map  

  • Upcoming ride to benefit brain injury survivors

    Approximately 65,000 Hoosiers suffer some form of traumatic brain injury every year. Many patients go untreated, end up in prison, are left in group homes or with aging parents who struggle to take care of them. Now a group of families is working to build Indiana’s first residence for acquired brain injury. Susie Fitt and Raeann Ray joined FOX59 Morning News to answer questions about the home and their efforts to raise money. This Plainfield Eagle Riders annual Five Star […]

  • Vaping and respiratory illness

    Indiana is 1 of 14 states where 94 possible cases of severe lung illness are connected to vaping. The CDC came out with some guidance on the issue in the past few days but many people, especially parents, have questions. Nurse practitioner Annette McDaniel, director of the nicotine dependence program with Community Health Network, appeared on FOX59 Morning News to discuss the issue. Symptoms include: Shortness of breath Fatigue Cough Fever Chest pain For more information from the CDC on […]

  • Learning about Riverside High School

    With students heading back to the classroom, Riverside High School wants you to know they are open for enrollment. Riverside was started in response to the high demand of their sister school, Herron High School. Katie Dorsey, head of school, and Lissania Perez Diaz, a founding scholar, answered questions about Riverside on FOX59 Morning News. If you would like more information about touring Riverside High School and enrollment, click here.

  • Finding support for life after prison

    When ex-offenders are released from prison, they are more than 12 times likely to die in the first two weeks of their release compared to the average citizen. And without support nearly 34% will return to prison in three years. Dr. Cameual Wright is the medical director of a nonprofit health plan called Caresource that is working to change that. She joined FOX59 Morning News to talk about it. The program aims to connect with prisoners before their release, educate […]

  • College is a very dangerous place

    Two years ago his essay, “A Sunday Talk on Sex, Drugs, Drinking and Dying with the Frat Boys,” went viral. Now he’s back with another message: “A Very Dangerous Place for a Child Is College.” Author, public speaker, emergency room physician and father Louis Profeta explains what it all means in this edition of Angela Answers. He’s joined by former Navy Officer Matt Orme and his daughter, Ali.  

  • Saving money with digital textbooks

    We posed a question to our new FOX59 intern who is a junior in college. With so much information and books online these days, have her textbook costs gone down? Without hesitation her answer was a loud, “NO!!!” It’s been an issue for years, but an Indianapolis company is trying to change that. Jason Konesco, president of Perceivant, appeared on FOX59 Morning News to answer questions about saving money as kids get ready to head to college.

  • Alzheimer’s Association prepares for ‘Longest Day’ fundraiser

    We are celebrating the start of summer Friday as we take the FOX59 Morning News on the road. Friday is also the summer solstice–the longest day of the year and a time to raise awareness about finding a cure for Alzheimer’s disease. Melanie Perry with American Senior Communities and Anne Murray with the Alzheimer’s Association joined Angela to talk “The Longest Day.” If you would like more information about American Senior Communities or register for “The Longest Day,” click the […]

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