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Lindy Thackston anchors FOX 59 Morning News weekdays from 4 to 7 a.m. She’s been with FOX 59 since October 2013. Lindy is a Hoosier and happy to be home!

While not in the newsroom, Lindy is an emcee for Indiana Pacers games and a trackside announcer at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway for the IMS PA team.

Lindy has spent more than 16 years covering news, sports and entertainment. She has been an anchor and reporter at various stations, including WLFI-TV in Lafayette, Indiana, WSIL-TV in southern Illinois and First Coast News in Jacksonville, Florida.

She spent many years as an IndyCar Series pit reporter and pre-race host for the Versus Network and NBC Sports Network and also reported from college football sidelines for a few years.

Lindy has been a fill-in host for the Daily Buzz, a three-hour morning entertainment show that airs in a large part of the country, and a reporter for Hollywood 411 on the TV Guide Network.

She is the winner of two Edward R. Murrow awards and several Associated Press Awards.

Lindy is from Frankfort, Indiana and graduated from Purdue University.

She has been married to her husband Christian since January 2014 and they had a son in October 2015.

Recent Articles
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    Indianapolis, Ind. – We continue our Your Town Friday March Madness tour at Butler University in the historic Butler-Tarkington neighborhood. Butler was founded by abolitionist Ovid Butler in 1855. The original campus was at 13th and College, hence the name College Avenue. It moved to Irvington in 1875 and to the current location about five miles from downtown Indianapolis in 1928. Today there are about 4,700 undergraduates. Some famous alums include NBA player Gordon Hayward, Boston Celtics coach Brad Stevens, […]

  • Your Town Friday, March Madness edition: Purdue University

    West Lafayette, Ind. – We’re kicking off our March Madness tour of colleges in Indiana and we’re starting with Lindy’s alma mater, Purdue University. Purdue is celebrating a 150 year legacy this year with a program called 150 Giant Leaps, highlighting the school’s remarkable history of leaps. One of the biggest leaps was made by graduate Neil Armstrong on the moon! He enrolled at Purdue in 1947 on a Navy scholarship. He passed away in 2012. Today, Armstrong Hall is […]

  • Your Town Friday: The Snow Artist in Greenfield

    Greenfield, Ind. – Rick Horton has been in more bands than he can name. We bet you’ve never seen a guitar like he plays. You’ll see why later in the story. First, let’s meet Rick. “I’m born and raised in Greenfield, lived here all my life and you know, I just enjoy the small town atmosphere out here. I never thought I would kind of help put Greenfield on the map.” He also never thought he would get traffic backups […]

  • Your Town Friday: A gift of song

    Indianapolis, Ind. – In 1944, 45 men met in the Claypool Hotel at the corner of Washington and Illinois Streets in downtown Indianapolis. It was the first Barbershop Harmony Chapter here. They soon merged with the Broad Ripple Chapter and today they are still singing today. Their voices blend like they were born to sing together. Singer Derek Bailer actually was born into this! “It’s really cool because basically all the men in my family do this, said Derek Bailer, Vice […]

  • Your Town Friday: 64 years of love and countless slices of pizza

    NOBLESVILLE, Ind. – Since February is the month to celebrate love in our lives, we’re sharing a love story out of Noblesville for this week’s Your Town Friday. Tom and Lois Beers remember when they met 64 years ago. “I lived in Detroit and Lois came down with a group from Lansing,” Tom recalls. “She met my cousin. They came over to see us one day and a short time after that, you called me didn’t you, Lois?” “I was […]

  • Your Town Friday: The Indy Heritage Tour

    Indianapolis, Ind. – We’re cruising into February and since it’s Black History Month, we’re taking a special route for this week’s Your Town Friday. The Indy Heritage Tour: The African American Experience is a list of stops in the city that honor the past and present achievements of African Americans who call Indiana home. We start at a place many of you will recognize. If the wind blows just right, the delicious smell of what’s cooking inside Kountry Kitchen Soul […]

  • Your Town Friday: Town names that make you scratch your head

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — To wrap up our month of visiting towns with interesting names, we’re covering a lot of ground in one day instead of focusing on one place. To do that, we found a woman who knows her stuff when it comes to Indiana’s town naming history. Kate Scott has answers right at her fingertips at the Indiana Historical Society Library. “The thing I love most about my job is that I’m one of the people who gets to answer the incredibly random, often fun and […]

  • Crowbar Inn, unique name add to Trafalgar’s charm

    TRAFALGAR, Ind. — This month we’re checking out places with names that make you go, “Hmmmmm.” This week we are in Trafalgar for Your Town Friday! (Click here to watch last week’s adventure to Gnaw Bone, Indiana) The town sits where State Roads 135 and 252 meet in Johnson County. We went straight for the Crowbar Restaurant and Lounge, where the kitchen never stops and the stories don’t either. Mike Sisson knows most of them. He’s been eating at the […]

  • Your Town Friday: Gnaw Bone

    Gnaw Bone, Ind. – This month for Your Town Friday we’re hitting up towns with names that make you scratch your head and question who came up with that?! We’re starting in Gnaw Bone, Indiana. Gnaw Bone stretches less than a mile long on Highway 46 between Nashville and Columbus in Brown County. It’s so small you can hold your breath while you drive from one end of town to the other. Yes, we tried it! We heard our first […]

  • Your Town Friday Holiday Edition: Avon’s New Ice Bumper Cars

    Avon, Ind. – For this week’s holiday themed Your Town Friday, we’re heading to a true one-of-a-kind winter activity. There are bumper cars at the Avon Ice Rink! It’s the first place in the nation with bumper cars on synthetic ice. The “iceless” rink is also open for ice skating. Watch the video for a look! Ice skating is $5 per person and ice bumper car sessions are also $5. Children must be 36 inches or taller and 5 years […]

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