My name is Scott, or you can call me Scoop, Scoop J, or Scoop Jones, or whatever you like.
Just don’t call me late at night, because I work early! 

I co-anchor the FOX59 morning show with Kristin Kane from 4-7 a.m. If you ever get up that early, tune in because we try to bring you the news with a little bit of fun too.

I grew up in the Washington and Oregon, with an older brother, and lots of animals. Mom said I would often talk to the cat in a louder TV-type voice, “HELLO CAT”! So, she told me she was not surprised when I became a broadcaster.

Even though the weather is not the same as it is out west, the people are very similar. Both the Midwest and Pacific Northwest have great friendly people who love to chat. So if you ever see me out and about, stop and say hi.

I also like to go to the gym and stare at the weights. And I sort of play golf, or as I call it, “Throwing my clubs for distance.” My best club is the “foot wedge” if you know what I mean!

See ya on TV, or where ever we meet.

Recent Articles
  • Help clear the shelters with $25 cat adoptions on Saturday

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. —  It’s a one-day deal that can give a cat a forever home and also give you a friend. The IndyHumane Society is putting on a $25 cat adoption this Saturday, October 12 with the helpful sponsorship of The Bissell Pet Foundation. “Kittens are normally $75 to adopt and adult cats are normally $50, but this Saturday they are only $25. The Empty the Shelters Adoption Event is from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. at IndyHumane on Michigan […]

  • Habitat for Humanity sells donated home goods at ReStores across central Indiana

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — If you’re looking for something for your house, there’s a good chance you will find it at one of Central Indiana’s Habitat for Humanity ReStores.  Did you even know they had stores?  It’s all donated stuff, and some of it is brand new and still in the box. “We get new stuff donated from either the manufacturer or people.  You or I end up buying something that we may not end up using, and our customers benefit,” […]

  • Save money and find ideas for your home at the Suburban Indy Home & Outdoor Living Fall Show

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – We are giving you a look at the Suburban Indy Home & Outdoor Living Fall Show and showing you how to stretch your dollar at the same time. If you want the ultimate exterior area for your home, at any budget, we talked to the experts at Vive Exterior. Don’t forget about one thing you never see that can cost you thousands of dollars without it: proper insulation.  Whether your home is new or old, the people […]

  • The importance and necessity of creating a will

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – A new study shows 75% of Americans think it’s important to have a will while only 40% actually have one. The people who are least likely to have a will are Millennials, but they are not alone.  There are many reasons people don’t create a will. Maybe they don’t think they have enough money or they don’t have children or anything of value. Regardless, if you want to minimize stress for your family and friends, consider creating […]

  • How to sell your home quickly and for top dollar

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — If you’ve got a house to sell, it may be the little things that the potential buyers are going to catch. It could turn them off to wanting to buy your house.  Be sure to remove clutter and clean, which surprisingly, not everyone does. “I also like having the sellers paint the front door just a nice clean color, and touch up the beds around the front door.  It just kind of shows pride of ownership,” said […]

  • Don’t let summer slip away! Save big on last-minute vacation deals

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Summer is winding down, but almost 1 in 4 Americans still hasn’t finalized their end of summer travel plans! Now is actually a great time to go on vacation because prices are low and temperatures are still high.  When booking, do it alone or consider a travel agent. “For most reservations, there is no fee involved using an agent.  We receive our money from those offering the vacations, such as the destinations.  That means there is no […]

  • How to boost your credit score

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. —  There is one thing almost everyone has, but few people fully understand: a credit score. A recent survey shows confusion is causing so many Hoosiers to lose thousands of dollars.  Here’s what you need to know to improve your understanding and your credit score, which is a big factor in determining your loan rate. A recent survey by Credit Card Insider found many people don’t know what goes into your credit score. “It’s quite a misconception that […]

  • Score big discounts while back-to-school shopping at Just Between Friends sale August 7-10

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — If you have kids, have you finished back-to-school shopping yet?  Even if you finished, there’s always a need for next year.  We have a place where you can buy what you need well below the retail price.  You can also sell your kids’ clothes and items they no longer use and make some money. “When it comes to outfitting  my kids, it can cost a lot of money because I have seven children! But I greatly lower my […]

  • Thousands of car enthusiasts will visit small town Coatesville for free annual car show

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — In the small town of Coatesville, Indiana, where about 500 people live, there’s a big event coming this weekend, Saturday, July 20. The annual tradition may more than double their population. “Probably nobody had really even heard of Coatesville for years until Steve put the car show on. It’s a major event where people come from several cities and states away,” said Lanny Horn, car show contestant and Coatesville resident. The 2019 Coatesville Car Show will bring […]

  • Make a splash on the Canal with classic summer flicks

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — It’s hard to believe, but just a couple weeks ago it was a bit on the chilly side, especially if you were jumping in the water. And jumping in the water is exactly what a lot of people are doing in the canal in downtown Indianapolis. It’s all part of the Sunset Cinema on the Canal Series. Once a month, the organizers of and the Indy Film Fest showcase a movie.  It started in June and runs […]

Notice: you are using an outdated browser. Microsoft does not recommend using IE as your default browser. Some features on this website, like video and images, might not work properly. For the best experience, please upgrade your browser.