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Zach Myers joined the Fox59 News team in 2005. After several years of live reporting for FOX59 Morning News, Zach became the station’s first Weekend Morning News anchor in 2010. In addition to anchoring FOX59 Morning News Weekend, he also reports during the week for FOX59’s 4 p.m., 5 p.m., 6 p.m. and 7 p.m. newscasts.

Zach is a graduate of Indiana University Bloomington, where he earned his bachelor’s degree from the Ernie Pyle School of Journalism. Before coming to FOX59, he spent seven years at NBC33 in Fort Wayne, where he worked as a producer, reporter and morning news anchor. He is a lifelong Hoosier, a member of the Sigma Chi Fraternity and an accomplished drummer.

Zach and his wife, Heather, live in Greenwood with their two children. Heather is an attorney who has an office in Greenwood.


Recent Articles
  • IMPD arrests man, woman accused of kidnapping 73-year-old man

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – A 73-year-old Indianapolis man was found uninjured after he was abducted from a home during an armed robbery on the near northeast side. A SWAT situation ended without injury at a home on Keystone Avenue in connection with the home invasion. Officers say they responded to a house in the 3200 block of Schofield Avenue just after 4 a.m. for a home invasion and robbery.  Multiple people armed with guns reportedly entered the home and began taking […]

  • Indianapolis Colts release statement on Bob Lamey’s retirement after announcer admits to using ‘inappropriate word’

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Bob Lamey–the longtime voice of the Indianapolis Colts–used an “inappropriate word” in the days before his sudden retirement. Lamey made the admission in a statement released through his attorney, Jim Voyles.  The statement said Lamey repeated a story while off the air to a friend at a radio station and used an “inappropriate word.”  The statement said Lamey immediately apologized after it happened. Here’s the full statement: Bob Lamey, the former “Voice of the Colts,” retired from […]

  • Police arrest fugitive ‘car wash bandit’ in North Vernon after months on the run

    JENNINGS COUNTY, Ind. – Police arrested the “car wash bandit” accused of stealing thousands of dollars from car washes around the state. Police arrested Dana Bailey in North Vernon Monday after getting a tip that he was at his mother’s home. He was taken to the Morgan County Jail on multiple charges. According to investigators, Bailey used a fishing line and laminated bills to trick auto-pay machines into giving him money. He’s been on the run for several months; police […]

  • Noblesville couple arrested in New Jersey, accused with plotting ex-wife’s murder

    MIDDLESEX COUNTY, N.J. – A Noblesville couple was arrested following a three-month investigation after being accused of plotting the murder of the husband’s ex-wife. Narsan Lingala, 54. and Sandya Reddy, 51, were arrested and both charged with conspiracy to commit murder and attempted murder after alleging hiring an undercover officer to murder the New Jersey woman.  The two appeared via video in a Middlesex County, New Jersey courtroom Monday afternoon to hear the charges against them. A three-month investigation included […]

  • Roncalli guidance counselor says job at risk over same-sex marriage

      INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Controversy is building after a Roncalli High School guidance counselor says she’s losing her job because the school discovered she’s married to a woman. The south side school issued a statement on Facebook late Sunday night after Shelly Fitzgerald’s status came to light. The school issued the statement in response to supporters of Fitzgerald, who were critical of Roncalli’s treatment of her. In a Facebook post, Fitzgerald said she’s been with Roncalli for 15 years and […]

  • Noblesville students head back to class with new safety measures in place

    NOBLESVILLE, Ind— Several school districts throughout Indiana are heading back to class this morning, and that includes Noblesville. It’s been less than three months since a student gunman opened fire in a classroom, injuring teacher Jason Seaman and student Ella Whistler. Both are expected to be at school this morning and are looking forward to getting back to their normal routine. Some parents said they were nervous sending their children back to schools in the district. “Little bit nervous about […]

  • Police: Former paramedic admits to stealing fentanyl from ambulances, fire trucks in 5 counties

    FISHERS, Ind.– A former paramedic faces several charges after police say he stole drugs from ambulances and fire trucks in five Indiana counties. Jason Howard, 41, was arrested Monday at his Fishers home on felony drug possession charges and misdemeanor theft charges. He was booked into the Hancock County Jail. Indiana State Police (ISP) investigators say Howard admitted to taking fentanyl and replacing it with saline solution. The investigation started in late May, after Greenwood Fire Department officials discovered evidence […]

  • Man convicted of robbing elderly couple, leaving them bound with duct tape sentenced to 62 years

    JOHNSON COUNTY, Ind. – A man convicted of robbing an elderly Franklin couple and leaving them bound with duct tape last year has been sentenced to a total of 62 years in prison. A Johnson County judge handed that sentence down to 29-year old Reese Keith on Wednesday. Keith was convicted of breaking into the home of Ella and Clayton Dixon, robbing them at gunpoint, and then leaving them bound with duct tape. Authorities say the crime happened after Keith […]

  • 17 people charged in Greenwood Sikh Temple brawl

    JOHNSON COUNTY, Ind. – The Johnson County Prosecutor’s Office filed charges against 18 people suspected of being involved in the April 15 brawl that took place inside Greenwood’s Sikh Temple. Prosecutor Brad Cooper filed the charges after meeting with temple leadership and several members who helped to identify those seen fighting on surveillance video. Fifteen people were charged with misdemeanor disorderly conduct. Two others face additional charges of battery resulting in bodily injury. The charges come two and a half […]

  • Brownsburg residents say neighbor alerted them to fire involving 4 homes

    BROWNSBURG, Ind – Residents in the Williamsburg Village subdivision say a fast-spreading fire could have turned out much worse if not for the quick reaction of one of their neighbors. Melba Montgomery says she was starting her drive to work at Maplehurst Bakery just after 6:00a.m. Monday when she saw heavy smoke coming from a home on James Blair Drive.  She says she called 911 and then jumped out of her car. “While I was on the phone with the […]