Haley joined the FOX59/CBS4 news team in February 2017 as a multimedia journalist. A Cincinnati native, she’s excited to be back in the Midwest and calling the Hoosier state home!
Before coming to Indianapolis, Haley spent more than three years in Beaumont, TX at the CBS/FOX affiliates. She most recently worked as a weekend anchor and investigative reporter. She covered everything from catastrophic flooding to school district corruption and loopholes in the state’s mental health laws.
Haley graduated from the University of Maryland’s Philip Merrill College of Journalism, where she majored in broadcast journalism and government/politics. While there, she worked for the school’s Capital News Service, covering the state house, and interned for the CBS Evening News and the network’s political unit in Washington, D.C.
Haley also competed for the University of Maryland’s swim team and is a proud Terrapin! In her spare time, you can catch her at the pool, traveling and exploring all the city has to offer!
Feel free to reach her at firstname.lastname@example.org with any story ideas or just to say hello, she’d love to hear from you!
ANDERSON, Ind. – Betty Bingham, 82, had one thing on her mind when she found herself in the middle of a brazen crime, a carjacking in broad daylight. “I wasn’t thinking too much about anything except the car,” Bingham said. Anderson police said it happened about 5:30 p.m. Monday at a gas station at 19th and Meridian. Bingham said she was there to fill up her car, but as she tried to get back into her vehicle, a man approached […]
CARMEL, Ind. — There’s no hiding 4-year-old Owen Isaack’s love for the water, especially during swim lessons. He has an extra hurdle to learning though. His family says because of the genetic condition phocomelia, he was born without a right arm. Now they’re sharing his story in hopes of helping other parents keep their kids safe too. “Besides that, he’s just like any other regular 4-year-old. He’s a crazy toddler, you know,” his mother, Megan Isaacks said. “You know, runs […]
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — State lawmakers are considering a bill centering on sports and tourism in Indianapolis, though controversy remains over the issue of building additional hotels in the downtown area. Wednesday afternoon, representatives on the House Ways and Means Committee heard about four hours of testimony from stakeholders for Senate Bill 7. The bill is a 25-year fiscal strategic plan for the Capital Improvement Board. The board manages Bankers Life Fieldhouse, Lucas Oil Stadium, Victory Field and the convention center. […]
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. — Fourteen years after Sgt. William Brand died, the fallen Hoosier hero is getting recognition for his service and sacrifice. Friday night, the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office posthumously awarded him a Purple Heart. His now 17-year-old son accepted it on his behalf. “It makes me proud, it reassures my memories of him,” said John Robert Brand, Sgt. Brand’s son. “I don’t think a moment goes by where I don’t think of what would my father want, what should […]
JACKSON COUNTY, Ind. —A cleanup is underway at a Jackson County home after severe weather ripped apart the property Thursday afternoon. It happened in the 4100 block of N 25 East. Thankfully, no one was home and everyone was okay. “Then all of the sudden it just, rain just unloaded going sideways and it started to hail,” neighbor Greg Reedy said. He had been watching the storm, but about 15-20 seconds later he said what happened to his neighbor’s property […]
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.– State lawmakers are considering a bill centering on sports and tourism in Indianapolis. Wednesday, representatives on the House Ways and Means Committee heard about four hours of testimony from stakeholders for Senate Bill 7. The bill is a 25-year fiscal strategic plan for the Capital Improvement Board. The board manages Bankers Life Fieldhouse, Lucas Oil Stadium, Victory Field and the convention center. “If we don’t do something now we won’t sustain the strong economic impact that benefits the […]
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Each morning students, parents and staff at North Central High School start their day with a wave from the traffic control officer. “Kids sometimes call him Officer Smiley,” NCHS Principal Evans Branigan said. “It doesn’t matter. It could be 10 degrees below zero, and he’s always smiling,” NCHS PTO President Stacy Lozer said. But this week, he was noticeably missing from the MSD of Washington Township. Friday, the district said a traffic control officer was hit by […]
ANDERSON, Ind. – When you walk into Aerial Fit2Fly in Anderson, you’ll find a workout like no other in Indiana. Participants fly through the air, attached to a bungee cord. It’s a small sign of a larger effort underway to reinvigorate the city and launch new businesses. “You just smile the whole time you’re working out, “co-owner Lindsay Montgomery said. She and co-owner Charity Rees said there are only about 11 other studios like theirs in the country and 40 […]
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — A plan to expand the Indiana Convention Center downtown is drawing backlash from hotel operators in Indianapolis, as a key piece of legislation for the plan’s funding moves through the statehouse. Last year, the Capital Improvement Board unveiled plans for the center’s sixth expansion at Pan Am Plaza. It includes a ballroom, about 1,400 guest rooms with two Hilton-branded hotels, a climate controlled sky walk and more space. Hilton is also launching its new brand, Signia, in […]
ANDERSON, Ind. — Anderson Community Schools hosted a community meeting Wednesday night to talk about student safety, bullying, and suicide prevention with families. They hosted the meeting just over two weeks after student Carson Hankins, 12, died by suicide. The meeting started with a moment of silence for a student gone too soon and for others who are hurting. “You just feel like that could be your own kid, I mean it could be any of our own kids,” parent Ashley […]