Jill Glavan joined the FOX59 team in 2012 and quickly made Indianapolis her home. After growing up in the Dallas area, her immediate family moved to Indiana and Jill spent summers during her college years at the University of Missouri getting to know Indy- she now considers herself an adopted Hoosier! One of those summers was even spent interning at FOX59 as Jill developed her skills as a journalist.

Jill began her career at WPTZ in Burlington, VT, where she got used to tough winters! In addition to her daily assignments, Jill produced a yearlong series where she became a “localvore,” only eating food produced within 40 miles of her own home. It was a challenging project, but gave her an appreciation of local food and businesses.

Since joining the FOX59 team, Jill has contributed to every newscast. Some highlights of her career (thus far) in Indianapolis include producing the Dirty Dining series, helping countless Hoosiers get answers they needed, participating in an inspiring WWII Honor Flight, and traveling to Super Bowl XLVIII in New York for a week of news coverage.

When she’s not at work, Jill enjoys reading, attending live concerts, spending time with family and friends, and cheering on her favorite teams: the Colts and Mizzou Tigers.


Recent Articles
  • Low-income residents stuck in the middle as sale of apartment complex stalls

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — All parties involved in the sale of a low-income apartment complex agree that it desperately needs renovation, but construction has been delayed as the sale stalled. Residents at Stonekey Apartments on the near southeast side say they are living with major health and safety issues in units subsidized by the federal government, through the Department of Housing and Urban Development. Meriah Flores has kept close track of the problems in her apartment. When she moved in a […]

  • Stay-at-home dad tries to get McDonald’s to reinstall baby changing station in men’s restroom

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — A stay-at-home dad says a McDonald’s restaurant on the south side of Indianapolis removed the baby changing station from its men’s restroom during a remodel and his calls to have it reinstalled have gone nowhere. Chris Brand contacted FOX59 after more than a year trying to get the issue resolved with McDonald’s managers. Brand used to take his young daughter to the location at US 31 and Stop 11 Road all the time, but after the restaurant […]

  • Greenwood woman selling late husband’s ring online says she nearly fell for possible scam

    GREENWOOD, Ind. – A woman who tried to sell a sentimental item online says she wants other people to know about the buyer who she thinks tried to scam her into sending the item and cash. Betty Hoskins thought she’d found a good home for the custom diamond ring she was selling for $4,500. A man on the website Let Go told her through an online message that he wanted to buy the ring for his wife. This wasn’t the […]

  • Residents go up to 9 months without repairs at west side apartment complex

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Health department records show repeated problems at a west side apartment complex, where residents say they have gone as many as nine months waiting on repairs in their units. Heather Fields first contacted FOX59 about issues at Addison Creek Apartments last summer. Since then, she has continued to have problems in her apartment, where the Marion County Health Department has issued more than one repair order, including an emergency repair for broken air conditioning. “This is our […]

  • Battle continues over north side apartment complex’s property tax exemption

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — A county tax board will reconsider its suspension of a north side apartment complex’s property tax exemption, as more information about the property’s owners has come to light. FOX59 found out that a lawyer representing the owners of Lakeside Pointe at Nora sent a letter and packet of information to county officials on July 12, two weeks before the Marion County Property Tax Assessment Board of Appeals met and suspended the tax exemption. The information did not […]

  • City finally demolishes vacant house after nearly 500-day wait

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — A house on the near north side that caught fire in March of 2018 has finally been demolished by a city contractor. It took crews less than two days this week to remove the house, which was badly damaged in the fire and exposed to the elements. The fire also damaged Al Waton’s childhood home next door, which his family recently put on the market. “The first thing people ask when they come to look at the […]

  • Woman warns of scam after work-from-home job offer turns out to be fake

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – A woman searching for jobs online wants other people to be aware after she nearly fell for a scam. Dee Emerson has spent many hours looking for jobs and last week, she got an offer she thought she couldn’t refuse. It came from someone claiming to be with Jackson Health System in Miami, for a data entry/customer service work from home position. “I was excited (for) the money and to be able to work from home, that […]

  • Noblesville woman thinks door-to-door salesperson sold her dead tree

    NOBLESVILLE, Ind. — A homeowner who bought a tree from a man who knocked on her door says she can’t get him to honor his own warranty. Betty Armstrong says she stopped getting any response from the owner of Chip’s Complete Tree Nursery a few weeks ago. Armstrong said he stopped by her house in March and sold her the tree off of a flatbed truck. “I saw this river birch and I thought, ‘Oh, that would be just wonderful,'” […]

  • Despite 10 years of requests to city leaders, far east side neighbors can’t get curbs repaired

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Neighbors on the far east side of Indianapolis can’t get their crumbling curbs repaired, despite 10 years of requests to the city. If there’s such a thing as the opposite of curb appeal, you’d find it at Carol Cain’s house in the Washington Trail subdivision. “You can’t pull your car out without thinking about it,” Cain said. Cain and her neighbors have repeatedly reported their curbs to the city and have been added to a “needs list,” […]

  • County board suspends apartment complex’s tax exempt status amid efforts to force cleanup

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — A county board voted Friday to suspend a property tax exemption at Lakeside Pointe at Nora, a north side apartment complex recently targeted by health inspectors and community leaders. Marion County records show that the complex’s owners, Farh-Fox Lake Affordable Housing, received a tax exemption in 2006 for running a charitable affordable housing agency. The exemption means the owners have not paid property taxes in more than 10 years. “I just think it’s unbelievable. Obviously if you’re […]

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