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Gabby Gonzalez joined WXIN/WTTV in December 2014 as a morning show reporter. While she is new to Indianapolis, Gabby is no stranger to Indiana. She spent nearly four years working at WNDU-TV in South Bend as weekend anchor and reporter.

Gabby covered a wide range of stories in Northwest Indiana. She spent weeks researching synthetic drug sales and exposed how drug dealers were attempting to smuggle these substances into the country. Gabby also spent many Saturdays at Notre Dame Stadium covering the Fighting Irish football team. She traveled to her hometown of Miami, Florida to cover the team’s trip to the National Championship in 2013. As a nightside reporter in South Bend, Gabby covered many breaking news stories including several high-profile murder investigations.

Before moving to South Bend, Gabby worked at WIBW-TV in Topeka, Kansas. She split her time between reporting and producing the top-rated 6 and 10 p.m. newscasts.

Gabby also had the chance to cover stories in her hometown while interning for the Miami Herald’s video department. At the Herald, she worked on the video team that added live-streaming to major Miami stories. She closely covered the Miami Heat’s roster update, which included Lebron James and Chris Bosh. She conducted a one-on-one interview with Dwyane Wade in the days following the “decision.”

Gabby graduated from Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism in Evanston, Illinois. She served as the news director for the award-winning Northwestern News Network. Gabby co-founded and anchored the university’s first complete Spanish newscast. She was also part of NAHJ and Delta Delta Delta.

When she’s not reporting, Gabby loves to try new restaurants and recipes. Feel free to email her any suggestions!

Hair styled by Pure Concepts Salon

Recent Articles
  • Car crashes into apartment complex during police pursuit

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — A police pursuit on Mitthoeffer Drive Sunday night ended with a stolen car crashing through the side of the Brookview Apartments. Authorities are still searching for the suspect. IMPD officers responded to a call of shots fired at 8:11 p.m. near 38th and Mitthoeffer Road. While canvassing the area, officers saw a blue Toyota Camry that was reported stolen on Saturday during an armed carjacking. According to the police report, Jorge Garcia is the owner of the car […]

  • Greencastle school shut down until further notice due to mold concerns

    GREENCASTLE, Ind. – A school in Greencastle is shut down until further notice due to air quality concerns. Tzouanakis Intermediate School sent out an announcement overnight, saying 3rd, 4th and 5th grade students should stay home. The school cited “air quality concerns” as the reason. Parents received a recorded message Tuesday afternoon from the superintendent stating the school would be shut down until further notice as testing for mold continues. The district plans to relocate students to other school buildings. […]

  • Carmel school board to decide the fate of elementary schools

    INDIANAPOLIS, In. – The Carmel Clay School Board is set to decide the future of two elementary schools at a meeting Monday night. Carmel Elementary and Orchard Park Elementary both need extensive upgrades at a time when the district reports declining enrollment.  The interim co-superintendent has recommended a new Carmel Elementary be built on the same land where the current school stands. He also recommended Orchard Park Elementary School be shut down and a new school be built on the […]

  • Two people arrested after rifle stolen from Greenfield patrol car, police say

    GREENFIELD, Ind. – Police in Indianapolis arrested two people accused of stealing a Greenfield officer’s patrol rifle. According to the Greenfield Police Department, someone broke into an officer’s marked patrol car  while it was parked outside the officer’s home  in the overnight hours Monday. Police say the suspects, 18-year-olds Antoine Christie and Brendan Bodie, stole the rifle and a 30 round magazine. Greenfield Police Department Chief Jeff Rasche said they believe the car was unlocked because there were no signs […]

  • Shattered windshields, damaged fenders reported due to someone throwing objects onto I-65

    BOONE COUNTY, Ind. – A concerning situation along I-65 in Boone County—since the end of March, more than half a dozen drivers have made reports about objects hitting their car along the stretch of highway between Lebanon and 71st Street in Indianapolis. Lebanon Police say they received two additional reports of issues on I-65 since Thursday, when they initially informed the public of the string of cases. Drivers say it sounds like either rocks or bullets are hitting their car […]

  • Police investigate after man hit by train on Indy’s east side

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Police are investigating after a man was hit by a train on the east side of Indianapolis Monday morning. The incident occurred around 8 a.m. on the train tracks between Dearbon and Rural streets. According to a police report, the man’s legs were severed. A public information officer from Metro police said the victim is in critical condition. The police report also states train staff said they saw the man lying in between the tracks as the […]

  • IPS to host series of community meetings about new transportation plans

      INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Indianapolis Public Schools will host a series of community meetings starting Monday to address concerns about the district’s new transportation model. The change comes as students start the new “All-Choice” high school model in the fall. IPS announced plans to close three of their high schools, leaving four high schools total for the new model. Students can pick a school, based on an education specialty, no matter where it’s located.
 That means bus routes are going […]

  • Kokomo man arrested after allegedly holding woman against her will inside trailer

    KOKOMO, Ind. – A 55-year-old Kokomo man was arrested on Friday morning for allegedly holding a woman against her will inside of a trailer. Just before 6:30 a.m., authorities responded to the Tall Timber Mobile Home Park located in the 3100 block of N. Washington St. on the report of a female being held against her will. According to police, the woman contacted someone about her situation and that person called police. “Officers responded and did a little bit of […]

  • ‘I wasn’t driving that car’ says suspect in crash that killed Colts player, Uber driver

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind– The man accused of killing Colts linebacker Edwin Jackson and a Uber driver Jeffrey Monroe appeared briefly in court this morning. Manuel Orrego-Savala told the judge through an interpreter,  “I don’t know why I’m here. I wasn’t driving that car.” During the court hearing, the judge referred to him as Alex Cabrera, which is the alias he originally gave state police. Now prosecutors are trying to determine his exact identity and the charges he will face. “This is a […]

  • Christmas for kids event honors Lt. Aaron Allan

    GREENWOOD, Ind. – Christmas came early to hundreds of kids in the Indianapolis area this year. It was all part of Trooper Bartram Foundation’s ‘Christmas for Kids’ Shop with a Cop event. Nearly 250 kids were paired up with a law enforcement officer and were able to walk around the Greenwood Walmart, picking out clothing and toys. This year the event took on an extra special meaning. It was held in honor of Southport Lt. Aaron Allan, who was killed […]