Nick McGill is a Reporter for Fox59. He joined our team in October of 2016
Nick comes to us after spending two years out west, where he was a reporter with KUSA-TV in Denver. He credits his time there for helping develop his passion for storytelling.
Before that he spent two years at the NBC affiliate in Toledo.
A native of Chicago, Nick is no Stranger to Indiana. He graduated in 2012 from Saint Joseph’s College in Rensselaer, where he studied Mass Communication and Political Science.
When not at work you can usually find Nick out on the golf course or at a brewery or restaurant where he loves trying new local fare.
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Recent Articles
  • Pence touts need for career technical training during Indianapolis visit

    INDIANAPOLIS, IN— Vice President Mike Pence made a pit-stop in Indianapolis Wednesday to address the country-wide shortage of skilled laborers. The Vice President spoke to a crowd at the Strada Education Network’s national symposium addressing what he identified as a “problem” in an otherwise “booming” economy. “We haven’t made it possible for young Americans entering the workforce to get the skills and the training a background that they need to take those good-paying jobs, or we haven’t provided the opportunities,” Pence […]

  • ‘We’re just farmers.’ Hemp drying facility opens its doors in Kokomo

    KOKOMO, Ind. — Industrial hemp now the latest crop to pop up on Hoosier farms. Now the city of Kokomo has found its way at the center of this new frontier with the opening of new business. “There’s nothing suspicious going on here,” Mike Lewis said, “We hear that a lot!” Mike Lewis with Third Wave Farms says they just take it all in stride, giving some inquiring minds a tour of their 22,000 square foot hemp drying facility. “Most […]

  • First responders warn about dangers of being broken down

    INDIANAPOLIS, IN—The death of a man killed on I-465 while changing a tire is prompting Indiana State Police to issue a warning to drivers. ISP Sgt. John Perrine says while we can’t place blame on the person killed, this time of year, the risk of experiencing a disabled vehicle increases. So, it’s important for those who find themselves in that situation to take extra precautions. “You’re essentially gambling your life on the assumption that other drivers are going to see […]

  • Is Victor Oladipo ‘The Masked Singer?’ The cost of keeping secrets

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — For weeks now, fans have wondered if Pacers star Victor Oladipo is really a contestant on the masked singer. The latest episode of the show only seemed to fuel speculation. But if Oladipo is in fact on the show, he doesn’t appear to be letting the secret slip anytime soon. Which begs the question: with a secret this big, is there a chance it will get out? For many people, secrets can often lead to complications. According […]

  • Experts warn of fireplace dangers ahead of cold weather

     INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Many Hoosiers may want to curl up next to a nice warm fire with colder weather hitting central Indiana, but before you put your fireplace to work, safety experts are issuing a warning. According to the Chimney Safety Institute of America, there are over 20,000 chimney fires each year. Local chimney experts like Dennis Lamb, with The Mad Hatter, say things like creosote buildup can lead to those fires. Which is why Lamb recommends annual inspections and sweeps to […]

  • Spreading good news: East-siders work to promote the positive with weekly newspaper

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.– Spend a decent amount of time in downtown Indy, or on the city’s east side, and chances are you’ll be able to spot a bright green newspaper box. Inside those boxes are what some call one of the city’s best-hidden gems. “The Weekly View” is an east-side-focused newspaper which highlights “everything positive” happening in the community.  The paper is a passion project Judy Crawford, Ethel Winslow and Paula Nicewanger started 10 years ago. “We started a newspaper in […]

  • Indianapolis women say medical transport company took mom on ‘dangerous ride’

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Two Indianapolis women are calling out a medical transport company they say took their mother on a dangerous ride. Dahyrealle Parker and Nicole Woods say their mother texted them Wednesday afternoon as she was on her way to a doctor’s appointment. She told her daughter she was in a medical transport van sent by her insurance, but the ride wasn’t going smoothly. “And she said she was scared, and she was frustrated, and the driver was driving […]

  • IU looks to crack down on the spread of misinformation as elections loom

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.– In a months’ time, Indianapolis will hold a mayoral election. One year from now, the country will hold a presidential election. Nationwide, two big concerns for government officials and voters alike are election security and the spread of misinformation. Indiana made a $10 million investment to help address election security. The money, in part, will make way for 10% of the state’s voting machines will have paper trails. A little black box attached to electronic election machines allows […]

  • INDOT to install traffic light at ‘dangerous’ Brownsburg intersection following deadly crash

    BROWNSBURG, Ind. — Public safety officials, and hundreds of residents in Brownsburg, are calling for changes to be made to an intersection described as “dangerous.” According to the Hendricks County Sheriff’s Office, deputies have responded to the intersection of State Road 267 and County Road 1000 North 38 times in the past five years. Two of those accidents resulted in deaths. On Wednesday, first responders were called to the intersection for a multi-car accident. One juvenile was killed, another juvenile […]

  • Head of Indy FOP: ‘We are now part of the national conversation when it comes to ongoing violence’

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Indianapolis is now part of the national discussion when it comes to crime in large cities. This week the head of the Indianapolis FOP gathered in D.C. with the national FOP president, and the heads of some of the largest police unions in the country for the purpose of addressing ongoing violence across the country. “Our city, our Indianapolis FOP, and our community has been recognized as ground zero for this discussion,” Rick Snyder said. Snyder says […]

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