Haley joined the FOX59/CBS4 news team in February 2017 as a multimedia journalist. A Cincinnati native, she’s excited to be back in the Midwest and calling the Hoosier state home!

Before coming to Indianapolis, Haley spent more than three years in Beaumont, TX at the CBS/FOX affiliates. She most recently worked as a weekend anchor and investigative reporter. She covered everything from catastrophic flooding to school district corruption and loopholes in the state’s mental health laws.

Haley graduated from the University of Maryland’s Philip Merrill College of Journalism, where she majored in broadcast journalism and government/politics. While there, she worked for the school’s Capital News Service, covering the state house, and interned for the CBS Evening News and the network’s political unit in Washington, D.C.

Haley also competed for the University of Maryland’s swim team and is a proud Terrapin athlete! In her spare time, you can catch her at the pool, traveling and exploring all the city has to offer!

Feel free to reach her at hbull@fox59.com with any story ideas or just to say hello, she’d love to hear from you!


Recent Articles
  • Northeast side community focusing on unity after shooting at funeral procession

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — A northeast side community is raising concerns after a gunman opened fire on a funeral procession for a 28-year-old woman killed earlier this month outside Long’s Bakery, Jasmine Moore. While police work to track down leads to find those responsible for Thursday’s crime, some neighbors said they’re focusing on unity in the aftermath of the crime. “By the grace of God here I am,” a woman in the neighborhood, who did not want to be identified, said. […]

  • Shalom Lawson’s story drives awareness effort for tracking devices

    HENDRICKS COUNTY, IN– The life of an 8-year old boy with autism in Hendricks County is driving community members and other parents of children with the disorder to raise awareness about tracking devices and fight to make them more accessible. Behind the trucks, helicopters and cars at the Hendricks Regional Health Touch a Truck and Child Safety Fair, Shalom Lawson’s story is touching hearts. “I think that this touches everybody’s hearts a little bit,” Karen Hendershot, with Project Lifesaver Hendricks […]

  • Broad Ripple community raises concerns in public comment session on school closures

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind- More than 100 community members filled the auditorium at Broad Ripple High School Tuesday night to share their concerns, questions and outcries about a proposal to close the school. They were shared during a public comment session hosted by IPS after announcing a recommendation to close Arlington and Northwest High Schools, and sell Broad Ripple High School, to save the district millions of dollars each year. “There’s a saying that goes around that we all use, Broad Ripple […]

  • First responders urging water safety after low-head dam rescues

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — First responders are urging Hoosiers to heed their warnings about safety on Indiana waterways. The Indianapolis Fire Department said it’s rescued 20 people in the last three weeks from bodies of water in Marion County, a number it calls high and unusual. “We have seen more swift water rescues than we have in recent years past,” Battalion Chief of Special Operations Kevin Jones said. Saturday, firefighters shared dramatic video of them pulling a 23-year old woman out […]

  • Couple says they woke up to intruder caught on camera

    INDIANAPOLIS, IN– Police are investigating after an Indianapolis couple said they woke up to find an intruder on their surveillance system. Ashley Howard and Matthew Benales said they want to warn others in hopes of preventing any more break ins. “Nobody knows how that feels until it happens to them and it’s really traumatizing,” Howard said. She said early Thursday morning she woke up because of her puppy. When she tried to help him, though, she said she saw a […]

  • Flooding causes concern on Northeast side roads

    INDIANAPOLIS, IN– A downpour of rain Thursday evening created problems for drivers on Indianapolis roads. Many became stuck or stalled out after attempting to drive through water on the road at East 82nd St. and Bash St. The Indianapolis Fire Department said it got eight calls in two hours to the area. “It was like an island out here, it was absolutely unbelievable, I’ve never seen anything like this in Indianapolis,” Bob Lee said. He and his wife, Karen,  were […]

  • Johnson County focuses on cleaning up after flooding

    JOHNSON COUNTY, IN- An area hit hard with rain and storms this week is focusing on cleaning up and looking forward. The director of Johnson County Emergency Management, Stephanie Sichting, said though water has receded a lot, there was still standing water in fields and drainage ditches as the threat of more rain loomed Thursday evening. “We’re gonna be out monitoring the levels of the creeks and streams and make sure that and go do the roads because there’s a […]

  • Henry County friends thankful for their lives after double shooting

    KENNARD, IN– A pair of friends in Henry County, each shot multiple times and once fighting to survive, are home from the hospital. Investigators said June 29th, Sarah Swift’s estranged husband opened fire on her and Caleb Broad, a childhood friend. Broad said he had stopped by Swift’s house in Kennard that day by chance. “I’m very thankful for God, God saved our life,” Swift said. Weeks later, a bullet hole remains in the side of Swift’s home, reminding the […]

  • Johnson County deals with aftermath of high water, lightning strikes

    JOHNSON COUNTY, Ind. — Johnson County is working to clean up high water after storms hit the area Tuesday morning. County officials said some spots saw nearly half a foot of rain, impacting roads and homes. “It’s pretty significant because we had so much rain in such a small amount of time,” said Stephanie Sichting, director of Johnson County Emergency Management. Sichting said crews had more than a dozen rescues and high water impacted more than 50 roads. They shut […]

  • Conservation officers say they’re seeing more deaths at low head dams

    EDINBURGH, Ind. — Conservation officers are warning Hoosiers of the dangers of low head dams after a deadly weekend on waterways across the state. They said they’re seeing an uptick in deaths near low head dams. The number climbed this past week. Monday morning, conservation officers said they located the body of a missing kayaker, Timothy Wells, 29, of Indianapolis, in Big Walnut Creek in Putnam County, 600 yards downstream from a low head dam. Monday evening, the Indianapolis Fire […]