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! 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
  • Crowd demands change in wake of IMPD’s Merit Board decision

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.-  A crowd of people gathered outside the steps of IMPD’s headquarters in downtown Indianapolis Friday night, demanding change in the wake of IMPD’s Merit Board decision and speaking out against racial injustice. Last week, the Merit Board voted to allow two officers who shot and killed Aaron Bailey to keep their jobs, despite the police chief’s recommendation that they should be fired. “I won’t stop fighting justice for my father and I feel like the community is upset, […]

  • Recovering addict says Marion County’s proposed needle exchange could help break cycle of addiction

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.– The Marion County health director is declaring a public health emergency for hepatitis C and proposing a needle exchange program. The programs have drawn debate across the state, but if approved, Marion County would join seven other counties in Indiana with an operating syringe exchange program. “October 28th of last year is the last time I shot up,” a 31-year old woman who asked not to be identified said. She said she used meth and heroin for years, […]

  • Community rallies around family after crash kills three loved ones

    MORGAN COUNTY, Ind. – A Hoosier family who lost three loved ones in a crash last month is now seeing a ray of light in a dark time thanks to a community rallying around them. The Mascoes were on their way to a softball tournament when another driver struck their vehicle head-on on West State Road 46 in Monroe County. Michael Mascoe, 40, and Rhonda Mascoe, 42, died at the scene, and Zoey Bennington, 19, died at a hospital. “My […]

  • Johnson County Council approves alternate radio system for first responders

    FRANKLIN, Ind. – When seconds count during emergency responses, Johnson County is making sure its first responders and dispatchers are able to communicate clearly. The Johnson County Council unanimously approved a radio system Monday night that can be used as both an alternate and backup system. “It’s kind of priceless to me to have that system,” Ryan Sheridan said. In April, Sheridan’s home caught fire when lightning struck it. While he and his family lost their belongings, first responders said they […]

  • Community members question police Merit Board decision clearing officers who fatally shot man

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.– Community members gathered Friday night to decry the police merit board’s decision to clear two IMPD officers who shot and killed an unarmed man, and call on city leaders to take further action. It was the second night Faith in Indiana held a gathering, this time at Monument Circle downtown, holding signs, saying prayers and making pleas. “Tonight is to keep the fire burning about this issue that’s facing our community and about what happened with our merit […]

  • Daughter of Aaron Bailey decries merit board decision

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.- Emotions were high and feelings of pain were evident following the Police Merit Board’s decision to clear two officers who shot and killed an unarmed man. A vigil expressed some of them just hours afterwards, hosted by Faith in Indiana, as people spoke against the decision. Investigators said in June, Aaron Bailey led police on a chase after a traffic stop. He crashed his car. When officers said he didn’t follow their commands and they thought he was […]

  • New jail in Hancock County hits roadblock after failed referendum vote

    GREENFIELD, Ind.- A plan to build a new jail in Hancock County is hitting a roadblock after Tuesday’s election, leaving the sheriff and county leaders going back to the drawing board. A referendum sought to increase the property tax rate up to $0.1436 per $100 of assessed value. It would have helped fund a new jail, a remodel of the current jail and a new room on the courthouse. Voters did not approve it though. “I saw it was behind […]

  • Merit board to meet this week to decide future of officers involved in fatal shooting of Aaron Bailey

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.– The family of a man shot and killed by two IMPD officers is waiting to hear whether those men will keep their jobs. The Police Merit Board, a panel comprised of seven civilians, is expected to hold a hearing this week to determine whether to uphold Chief Bryan Roach’s recommendation the officers be fired. “Every day I wish I could have my father back instead of going through this,” Bailey’s daughter, Erica Bailey, said. She and her relatives  […]

  • Crowds expected downtown with mini marathon, celebrations this weekend

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.–  The 42nd One America 500 Festival Mini-Marathon kicks off Saturday morning, marking the first weekend in May. “It’ll be my first, so I’m excited, and it’s fun, there’s a lot of action and activity going on this evening,” Janna Minajerz said. She traveled to  Indianapolis for her first mini marathon. She’ll join thousands of others at the starting line, and converging on downtown not only for the race. “You see a lot more traction into our hotels, our […]

  • Avon school referendum campaign says signs missing, vandalized

    AVON, Ind. — A contentious $9.5 million referendum in Avon for its schools is taking another heated turn. Members of an organization supporting a tax raise for the schools, Vote Yes 4 Avon Schools, believe dozens of their signs are missing or have been vandalized. The school district wants to raise property taxes up to $0.35 per $100 of net assessed property value. It says funds will help attract and retain teachers, reduce class sizes and increase instructional support. Without […]