Randy Spieth is a multi-media journalist and reporter for Fox59/CBS4, who joined the team in February of 2017.

Randy comes to Indianapolis with more than ten years of experience. A native of Indiana’s first state capitol, Corydon, Randy spent time in Nebraska and Michigan before moving back to his home state in 2011.

Randy spent four years working in Fort Wayne, mostly in news but did frequently help out the station’s sports department, too.

He’s excited about his move to central Indiana. Randy has family who lives in Hendricks County and Monroe County. He’s also an Indiana University graduate. He studied Telecommunications while in Bloomington.

He’d like to cover at least one story in each of Indiana’s 92 counties.

The number one question he gets these days is if he is related to golfer Jordan Spieth. He says he doesn’t believe so, Jordan doesn’t play golf like any family member Randy knows. Randy adds Jordan’s success has helped everyone correctly pronounce his last name – which he appreciates.

Feel free to say hello, or send a story idea, to him at RSpieth@fox59.com.

Recent Articles
  • Bartholomew County searching for new veteran services officer

    COLUMBUS, Ind. – The Bartholomew County commissioners are searching for a new leader to help connect veterans to their benefits. This comes after the commissioners voted to fire the person in charge earlier this week. Commissioner Larry Kleinhenz told FOX59 that the commissioners had initially informed the veteran services officer, Tom Crawford, he would be out of the job at the end of the year. However, the decision was made now as the commissioners felt it was the best decision […]

  • Clinic puts children in proper seats before riding in cars

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Trained staff can protect children in a car crash, simply by making sure the young passenger is in the proper car seat. Certified Child Passenger Safety (CPS) technicians help parents install car seats and boosters seats and inform parents which kind of seat is best for their children, based off their height and weight. Saturday, Community Hospital East held a car seat safety clinic to help parents better understand what they should be buckled in with. “We’ve […]

  • The Path Home: Ten years of veterans helping veterans

    GREENSBURG, Ind. – An organization formed to get veterans help and provide a variety of services has served central Indiana for ten years. The Path Home was formed in 2008, and became a non-profit in 2010. The organization’s founder, Bob Luenebrink, spent time serving in Iraq and wanted to find a way to continue to help his brothers and sisters in the military. “When I came back, I struggled with being the guy that got to come home and someone […]

  • Non-profit awarded grant to tackle drug problem with Madison County students

    ANDERSON, Ind. – A new classroom session will take place in some Madison County schools in the upcoming school year, aimed to keep young students from ever doing drugs. Intersect was awarded a $90,000 grant through the Indiana Family and Social Services Administration’s (FSSA) Division of Mental Health and Addiction. The office gave out three grants in the state, with programs that come up with new and innovative approaches to preventing Hoosiers from abusing drugs. Intersect’s executive director, Karesa Knight-Wilkerson, […]

  • Two women charged after selling baby raccoons online

    INDIANAPOLIS – An ad on Craigslist will land two women in court. A conservation officer with the Indiana Department of Natural Resources said two women in New Castle were responsible for the ad and were trying to sell baby raccoons online last month. According to court documents, a member of the Henry County Humane Society got word of an ad on Craigslist and notified the DNR. That’s when the conservation officer tried to contact the number listed and acted as […]

  • Deaf pilot flying to her dream at Purdue

    WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. – A seven-week scholarship program is giving people with disabilities the chance to get into the pilot seat of an airplane. Able Flight funds pilot lessons for the deaf and people in wheelchairs. It’s the ninth year the program has taken place at the Purdue University Airport. According to instructors of the program, the university is one of two aviation programs to run the lessons. The other is at Ohio State University. Two students are in a […]

  • Rally, vigil held for 14-year-old fatally shot during birthday party

    LAWRENCE, Ind. – People are calling for a cease fire to put an end to violence. Friends, family and neighbors gathered Saturday in memory of Damon Johnson, 14, who was shot last Saturday. He died Friday from his injuries. According to the teen’s mother, Cheree Sampson, her son was at the Lions Club for his friend’s birthday. She typically doesn’t let her children go somewhere without her, but had done research to make sure adults would supervise the party. Lawrence […]

  • Year two of Fort Ben Farmers Market underway as Lawrence still down a grocery store

    LAWRENCE, Ind. – For the second summer in a row, a farmers market is taking over Civic Plaza on Thursday evenings. Last year, the city held its first ever Fort Ben Farmers Market season, which opened following the closing of two Marsh grocery stores. Lawrence Mayor Steve Collier said last summer the farmers market had been in the works well before it was announced the two stores would close. The addition of the weekly farmers market would help residents by […]

  • Residents lead fundraisers to restart New Castle K-9 program

    NEW CASTLE, Ind. – Earlier this year, New Castle police were looking to grow their K-9 program, not restart it. Now, thousands of dollars have quickly poured in to help the department get two dogs back on duty before the end of summer. In March, leaders with the New Castle Police Department decided it was time to expand the K-9 program from one dog to two. However, a few weeks later, things changed when Lex, the only K-9 in the […]

  • Pride Fest wraps up downtown

    INDIANAPOLIS – Tens of thousands of people once again attended Indy Pride Fest to celebrate LBGQT community. For the second straight year, the day-long festival took place at Military Park. The festival is the largest gathering for LBGQT+ people in Indiana. “We’ve fought for a lot of things over the years and through the decades really,” said Indy Pride board president Jeremy Turner. While the community continues to fight for equal rights on national and state issues, Turner said efforts […]