Alexa Green joined the FOX59/CBS4 team as a morning reporter in June 2017 and is thrilled to be in the Hoosier state covering the stories that matter to you!

Before moving to Indy, Alexa was a reporter for Spectrum News in Binghamton & Syracuse NY, covering stories in some of the snowiest cities in the country.

When she wasn’t outside reporting on the snow (or the cold!) Alexa broke dozens of stories and landed exclusive interviews, including one with prison escapee David Sweat’s mother, speaking with her just hours after her son was captured alive. She also is an AP-award winning reporter for her stories on a fatal fire that killed two young children and the tragic murder of a 21-month year old.

A Jersey girl at heart, Alexa is a proud graduate of Syracuse University’s Newhouse School of Public Communications ( Go Orange!).

When she isn’t working, you can find Alexa out running, reading and trying out new restaurants around in the area. If you have a story idea, or just want to say hi, she’d love to hear from you at AGreen@FOX59.com.


Recent Articles
  • Suspect in Noblesville West Middle School shooting makes initial court appearance

    NOBLESVILLE, Ind. — The 13-year-old accused of shooting a student and teacher at Noblesville West Middle School last month made his initial court appearance Monday morning. The hearing lasted only about 15 minutes. The 13-year-old suspect, who CBS4 is not identifying because he is a juvenile, showed little to no emotion as his two parents stood next to him in court. Science teacher Jason Seaman, who’s credited with stopping the shooting and was shot three times, was among those inside […]

  • Learning gardens dishing out ‘real food’ to IPS students

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind—It’s a far cry from the gardens we had in school. That is, if your school even had a community garden. Right now, there are more than two dozen “learning gardens”  located at schools across Marion County. It’s just one concept of the national nonprofit Big Green co-founded by Kimbal Musk. Big Green officials work with local teachers, showing them how to plant and harvest. Teachers are then able to use the gardens as outdoor classrooms. The goal is […]

  • Thousands of bikers ride for Riley Hospital for Children

    SPEEDWAY, Ind. – Bikers from across the Midwest gathered Sunday morning in Indianapolis to raise money for Riley Hospital for Children. Organizers expect more than 3,000 riders at “The Big Ride,” and hope to raise more than $300,000. Bikers will start in Speedway, take a lap around Indianapolis Motor Speedway and then ride by Riley Hospital, where they will be greeted by patients, doctors, and nurses. To date, the fundraiser has raised more than $6 million. This is the 25th […]

  • Dozens of Hoosier businesses raising funds for #EllasAid

    NOBLESVILLE, Ind—It’s a perfect day for some lemonade! Hundreds of cups of the refreshing summer drink will be sold throughout central Indiana today. The proceeds will be going to Noblesville West Middle School shooting victim Ella Whistler. Her family says she is stable, but improving each day. The funds raised today will go towards Ella’s medical expenses. If you want to participate: Print out the sign Add the price of your lemonade. Hang sign at your lemonade stand so customers […]

  • ISP trooper on K9: ‘He took a bullet for me’

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. —It’s hard to imagine by looking at him these days that last fall, no one knew if K9 Apache was even alive. “I was thinking maybe he had been mortally wounded and we wouldn’t find him until it was too late,” said Indiana State Police Trooper Walter Butt. During a traffic stop near 38th Street and Post Road in October, Butt released Apache after a suspect took off. Apache made contact with the suspect and then bullets starting flying. […]

  • USS Indianapolis sailors attend Breakfast at the Brickyard, queen announced

    SPEEDWAY, Ind. – It was an early start at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway this morning for an annual tradition. Hundreds gathered for the 60th anniversary of the 500’s Festival’s Breakfast at the Brickyard. More than 70 mayors from around the state came together with business leaders, and racing fans at the plaza pavilion. This year’s honored guest was former Indy 500 driver Sarah Fisher. She’s a nine time 500 starter and a successful business owner who says from a young […]

  • Boone County holds memorial service to honor fallen officers

    BOONE COUNTY, Ind – As the nation continues to honor police officers for their service and sacrifice during National Police Week, here at home, neighbors in Boone County are remembering fallen Sheriff’s Deputy Jacob Pickett. On Tuesday morning, the Lebanon community held a memorial service for local officers killed in the line of duty. “I’ve seen what good this community does and it’s a very strong knit community,” said Boone County resident, Wesley Rimmer. “I just wanted to come out […]

  • Indy Acts of Kindness, spreading positivity one note at a time

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind— Caroline McKinney is on a mission to spread as much kindness as possible throughout the Circle City. Most days, you can find her at her favorite local coffee shop, armed with markers and stationary. “I wanted to put something good on the internet, something that would make people smile. I figured I have this stationary, why don’t I write a kind note to a stranger,” she explained. That was three years ago. Since then, thousands of inspiring notes […]

  • Hundreds help make Indianapolis a more beautiful place

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — The city of Indianapolis is a bit more beautiful thanks to hundreds of volunteers. This morning, more than 600 people took part in Keep Indianapolis Beautiful’s semi-annual Great Indy Cleanup. Volunteers focused their attention on Indy’s south side. They did everything from picking up trash to planting trees and painting murals. Students from Ben Davis High School also took part in the cleanup efforts. They’re a part of the Urban League’s Project Ready program, which encourages them […]

  • Autopsy set to be completed on body found during Earth Day cleanup

    UPDATE:  The body found on the east side has been identified as Jaime Beasley. ORIGINAL STORY:  INDIANAPOLIS, Ind—This morning, an autopsy is expected to be completed on the body found on Indy’s east side this weekend. A group of volunteers made that gruesome discovery Saturday morning while they were cleaning up parts of their neighborhood in honor of Earth Day. Neighbors tell us the body was found along a creek that runs along the south side of E. 20th Street, near […]