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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
  • Vaccine to reverse Type 1 diabetes gets national attention

    A promising vaccine to reverse Type 1 diabetes is getting national and local attention. Three years ago we told you about the trials getting underway using BCG. Now the vaccine formerly used for tuberculosis is being used to restore blood sugar levels to near normal in diabetes patients. A local family is raising more awareness about the vaccine trials. Amy and Bill Sampen are parents to three young men, two of whom have Type 1 diabetes. You can also be a […]

  • 7 steps to good online parenting

    We hear the warning all the time when it comes to social media, technology and our children, but it can be hard to stay out in front of all the dangers. Stephen Balkam is an expert in the field and founder of the Family Online Safety Institute. He visited the FOX59 Red Couch to answer questions about the seven steps to good online parenting. Seven steps to good online parenting: Talk with your kids. It sounds simple, but the number […]

  • Volleyball benefit for Ella Whistler this weekend

    The outpouring of support continues for Ella Whistler, the student who survived the May shooting at Noblesville West Middle School. Ella is a volleyball player and a tournament benefiting her is the focus of this week’s Angela Answers. Katelyn Storms Rizer with the academy volleyball club appeared on FOX59 Morning News along with players Ava Rundle, Olivia Endris and Taylor Thompson. The academy volleyball club will host “Ella’s Invite” this Friday and Sunday. Proceeds will go to aid Ella in her recovery. […]

  • Deputy Pickett Chill & Grill

    Angela sits down with Dr. Jim Nossett, director of emergency medical services at Hendricks Regional Health, to answer questions about an upcoming event to honor fallen Deputy Jacob Pickett. In 2016, President and CEO Kevin Speer initiated appreciation events he calls “Chill & Grills” to honor local emergency agencies. He had an idea to hold a Chill & Grill to benefit Deputy Pickett’s Memorial Fund. He reached out to Jennie Pickett with the idea and obtained her blessing to move forward. The […]

  • The Longest Day

    The Longest Day – it’s the Alzheimer’s Association’s highlight day for fundraising coming up on June 21! It is also the longest day of the year or summer solstice. There are more than 100,000 Hoosiers living with Alzheimer’s disease and June is dedicated to raising awareness about the fatal condition that has so many family members searching for help and answers. For those with Alzheimer’s disease and for their caregivers, every day may seem like the Longest Day. American Senior […]

  • 911 active shooter training

    HAMILTON COUNTY, Ind. — The day before a student shot two people at Noblesville West Middle School, 911 dispatchers in Hamilton County went through active shooter training. Michael Snowden is the head of the dispatch department, along with Shalina Harrington and Larken Uhrick. They joined us to answer questions about what that training was like and how it was put into action. Active shooter training for scenarios are becoming common across the country. According to CNN, There has been on […]

  • Juncos Racing is shocking a lot of people

    With the Indy 500 just days away, we have the story behind the very small racing team competing for the second time. Juncos Racing is shocking a lot of people and this morning we are answering the question – How did they get to where they are today? Team Owners Ricardo and Danielle Juncos join us along with driver Kyle Kaiser. If you would like to know more about the Juncos or Kyle, click here.

  • Tips on becoming more mindful and less stresed

    May is Mental Health Awareness Month and there’s no better time than the present to learn how to become more mindful and learn to be less stressed, peaceful and relaxed. Sounds good right? Morgan Sheets, a certified holistic well-being coach and massage therapist, sat down with Angela Ganote to discuss how that can be achieved. What is mindfulness? Mindfulness is simply being conscious and aware in the moment and accepting and acknowledging what is going on in your body and environment. […]

  • Microblading safety

    This week we showed you a microblading horror story. A woman in Detroit started having redness, pain and swelling and this photo got a lot of attention. Her eyebrows are getting better – but dermatologists say the situation could be very serious. Ali Erdel is a microblading artist at Indy Microblading. She’s answering questions about what research you need to do to stay safe. Research before making appointment: Style of brow and quality of work. Check reviews, happy clients? Do they […]

  • Dragonfly: A Daughter’s Emergence from Autism: A Practical Guide for Parents

    It’s a practical guide for families with autism and it’s all based around the personal journey of a local teacher and her daughter. “Dragonfly” has been the number one best seller on Amazon for parenting and family resources. A special needs mom and autism advocate, Lori Taylor, is founder and publisher of Emerging from Autism, co-founder and director of Hendricks County Autism Support Group, a professional speaker, and a member of Avon School Corporation’s Autism Team. Taylor’s 24-year career as a […]