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Jill Glavan is thrilled to be back in Indianapolis, where her family has lived for more than 10 years. After growing up in the Dallas, Texas area and going to school at the University of Missouri, she now considers herself an adopted Hoosier.

Jill began her career at WPTZ in Burlington, VT, where she got used to tough winters! In addition to her daily assignments, Jill did a yearlong series where she became a “localvore,” only eating food produced within 40 miles of her own home. It was a challenging project, but gave her an appreciation of local food and businesses.

Since joining the FOX59 team in 2012, Jill has contributed to every newscast. You can now see her on Fox 59 News at 10 and Newspoint at 11. She also produces the popular “Dirty Dining” series. When she’s not at work, she enjoys reading, spending time with family and friends, and cheering on her favorite teams: the Colts and Mizzou Tigers.

Recent Articles
  • Lawrence citizens could pay nearly double for water, in what city calls critical need

    LAWRENCE, Ind. — Citizens of Lawrence could see their water rates double because of what leaders call a critical need. Longtime resident Dave Onda knew his water bill would be going up, since the city had been including information about its crumbling infrastructure in mailings for months. He didn’t expect it to go up by so much, though. “I was a little shocked, needless to say,” Onda said. A proposal sent to councilors calls for a 97 percent increase in […]

  • Indianapolis man faces nightmare after name used fraudulently at crash scene

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — An Indianapolis man says the crash report filed under his name is a mistake, and it caused him to become buried in paperwork. Adam Archer contacted CBS4 Problem Solvers to try and get some help. “Right before Christmas, I received a phone call from State Farm telling me that I was in a wreck on December 7th,” Archer said. The agent told Archer he owed State Farm thousands of dollars. Archer, though, says he was not on […]

  • Drivers involved in Speedway crash say intersection is not safe enough

    SPEEDWAY, Ind. — Two drivers involved in a crash near the 5800 block of Crawfordsville Road in Speedway agree that change is needed at the intersection in front of Speedway Crossing. Hallie Miller contacted FOX59 after the crash last Monday. It was a typical day for her: she’d dropped off her daughter at school, picked up lunch, and was heading home. Then, another driver turned in front of her and the two collided. “By the time I saw him, my […]

  • Judge to repeat offender: ‘You are a dangerous person’

    LAFAYETTE, Ind. — A repeat offender will spend at least the next two and a half years in prison, despite never being charged in an incident CBS4 covered in 2016. A family member of a victim contacted CBS4 Problem Solvers, alerting us to Brett Seyfried’s case. Lafayette Police arrested Seyfriend, 27, a year ago, after Officer Kevin Cooney found a woman unresponsive, without a pulse, in a hotel hallway. CBS4 spoke to Cooney at the time about his life-saving efforts. […]

  • Woman wants to warn others after week of aggressive phone calls

    MARION, Ind. — A Marion, Ind. woman is warning others after she received threatening phone calls twice a day for a week. Kay Bailey is in her 60’s, retired, and apparently a target for people who want her money. “I started getting these phone calls every day,” Bailey said. The callers, who sounded like they were American, told her she owed $590 on an old Pay Day loan. They had some of her personal information, including the last four digits […]

  • Indianapolis woman hits road block after filing taxes online

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — CBS4 Problem Solvers stepped in for a woman who filed her taxes online and hit a road block getting all her money back. When Andrea Eversole sat down to file her taxes in late January, she expected it to go as smoothly as it usually does. “The first two years (I filed online), I didn’t have a problem,” Eversole said. As she completed her filing through Jackson Hewitt’s online portal, though, her state return glitched. “It kept […]

  • Woman’s day in court over high water bill delayed

    EDGEWOOD, Ind. — A woman fighting her town over an unusually high water bill will have to wait longer for a resolution. CBS4’s Problem Solvers looked into Anessa Jacobs’ case last month. She received a water and sewer bill in October that showed a massive spike in usage over one week, ballooning her payment to almost $1,000. Jacobs said she never found an explanation for the spike, and she now monitors her water usage every day to be sure it […]

  • Indianapolis teen rushes in to help driver after witnessing truck flip

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — An Indianapolis teenager stepped in to help after he witnessed a crash, and his mom captured his heroic act on video. Desmond Robinson, 15, and his mom Tawanna Hutcherson-Searcy were driving home from school last Thursday on I-70, when they took the exit to Keystone Avenue. Behind them, a driver took the ramp too fast, and his rental truck flipped onto its side. Robinson heard the crash first, then looked out the back window. “I saw him […]

  • Woman takes town to small claims court over huge water bill

    EDGEWOOD, Ind. — A central Indiana woman is fighting her hometown, after she received a $990 water bill she says didn’t make any sense. For a week last September, Anessa Jacobs’ water meter showed that she used the same amount of water every hour that most homes use in a day. “I started pumping 200 plus gallons of water an hour,” Jacobs said. “And that was consistent (for) an entire week.” For months, no one has been able to tell […]

  • Officials warn of hidden fees in tax refund advance programs

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Indiana’s Attorney General says he’s been getting complaints about hidden fees in programs that offer tax money up front. The refund advances, or loans, are offered at many big tax providers. They allow people to get money up front, before their taxes are processed, but Jeremy Brilliant at the AG’s office said they can end up being more costly than just waiting for your refund. “In one case, a person filed a complaint and said that he […]