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!
SPEEDWAY, Ind.– While Hoosiers get ready for the Indianapolis 500, emergency crews are making their own preparations for the race weekend. “We drink lots of water, lots of water. That’s what we do,” Brent Reed said. Reed has traveled to the Kentucky Derby, a youth horse show in Ohio and now the Indianapolis Motor Speedway in the past month to sell pizza. He’s visited the track for at least half a dozen years, operating Fire in the Hole Wood Fired […]
MUNCIE, Ind.– An effort is underway to help soothe some of the most vulnerable victims of the opioid crisis, newborn babies experiencing withdrawal, through a new study in Muncie is hoping to relive some of their pain. “I saw the drug withdrawal you can hear the scream and so those symptoms really drew me to what can I do to help,” Hannah Fluhler, a new graduate of Ball State University said. She also worked at IU Health Ball Memorial Hospital […]
SOUTHPORT, Ind. — A trip to the grocery store ended in frightening moments for a woman in Southport. Lori Gordon says while picking up a prescription she heard a 76-year-old woman shouting at the Meijer on Southport Road. “Went through the drive through, and as I was leaving, you got to go through the lot to get out, and I see this older woman screaming, ‘Help, stop, stop him! He’s got my purse!’ and she opened the door and was trying […]
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – A Hoosier woman waited three decades for answers in the disappearance of her sister, only to find out she’d been a Jane Doe states away for an almost equal amount of time. The last time Liza Plummer saw her big sister, Tina McKenney Farmer, was at Liza’s birthday 35 years ago. “We never just thought that you know we would ever see her again,” Plummer said. After a Thanksgiving gathering in Indianapolis that year, Plummer said her […]
MADISON COUNTY, Ind. – A man is accused of animal cruelty after investigators said they found a dead horse and two other neglected horses on a Madison County property. According to court documents, the site on East Rt. 236 is used as a horse farm and has been investigated several times in reference to possible animal neglect. “Most people can look at an animal and tell whether it’s mistreated or not,” Madison County Prosecutor Rodney Cummings said. According to court documents, a […]
MONROE COUNTY, Ind. — A bicyclist was killed in a hit-and-run crash in Bloomington. Investigators with the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office said they were called to E. SR 45 and N. Russell Rd. on Monday night for a man found on the side of the road. “One of the neighbors had been sitting at home last night and stated that he had heard what sounded like some type of a crash. He didn’t think much of it,” Lt. Troy Thomas said. But […]
KOKOMO, Ind. — While the water rushes and threats loom at low head dams, one nonprofit organization is hoping to save lives from the dangerous part of the waterways. This weekend, the Wildcat Guardians unveiled a new portage trail around a low head dam on Wildcat Creek in Kokomo. “We felt like the money and the effort would be worth it if one life was saved,” the organization’s president Rick Parsons said. Like Parsons, the organization is filled with people passionate […]
NOBLESVILLE, Ind. — Later this month will mark one year since a student opened fire in a classroom in Noblesville West Middle School, injuring a student and teacher. Since that time, there has been another school shooting in Indiana and others across the country. Lawmakers have also completed another session at the Indiana Statehouse. But since session ended, some Noblesville parents are expressing disappointment in how it played out. Sitting around a kitchen table Thursday night, Steve Rogers, Stephanie Lambert […]
FRANKLIN, Ind. — Community members in Franklin are getting a new listener to hear their concerns about any contamination in the area: the U.S. EPA Office of Inspector General. The OIG held a listening session in Franklin on Wednesday as part of a larger audit on the EPA’s risk communication. Franklin is one of a handful of cities the OIG is visiting. “How the EPA has communicated risk information, and including human health indicators to the public, and the way […]
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — On the heels of a violent weekend in Indianapolis, a teen who felt the impact of violence two years ago this week is working to help prevent any more lives lost in a unique way. “When I received the notice you were gunned down, it was so unexpected,” Brandon Warren, 19, reads aloud from a letter he wrote to his friend, Dijon Anderson. The letter is how Warren introduces his memoir, starting at May 6, 2017. The […]