Aishah Hasnie anchors FOX59′s First at Four and is a FOX59 Investigates reporter.

Aishah joined the news team in July 2011. Before that, she was an investigative reporter and fill-in anchor at WANE-TV in Fort Wayne.

Aishah is an Emmy nominated journalist. Her work has also been recognized by the Indiana Associated Press and the Society of Professional Journalists.

One of her investigations even changed Indiana law. She discovered voyeurs who committed their crimes in public spaces could not be successfully prosecuted, because of a loophole in the voyeurism law. Her persistent reporting inspired legislation that closed that loophole.

Aishah was born in Pakistan, but grew up in Bedford, IN. She has also lived in Saudi Arabia.

She received her B.A. in Broadcast Journalism from Indiana University where she was a Dick Yoakam Broadcast Journalism Scholar. That gift inspired her to give back in 2010 by awarding a scholarship to a journalism student at IU. She currently mentors several working journalists.

Aishah got her start at WICS-TV in Springfield, IL as an on-air intern reporter at the age of 18. She also interned at WTHR-TV in Indianapolis and GEO-TV, an international network based in Pakistan.

Aishah is passionate about journalism and committed to digging up the truth. She’s also dedicated to closing gaps between people, and opening up the world for others.

All of that aside, Aishah is an all around Indiana girl. She loves trap and target shooting with her dad, playing soccer, globetrotting, and spending time with her family and friends.

Hair provided by DL Lowry.

Recent Articles
  • Johnson County authorities to use drone to search for missing animals

    FRANKLIN, Ind. – The next time your dog goes missing, a drone might be used to search for the pet. Johnson County Animal Control will be the first in central Indiana to buy a drone to help search for missing animals. They won’t use it for every lost pet, but in rural areas the drone would come in handy with lost livestock. Just last year, a group of cows got loose in the county and that difficult search did not end […]

  • Noblesville parent group wants district to remove portable classrooms

    NOBLESVILLE, Ind. – The school shooting at Noblesville West Middle School rocked our entire community. Now, school leaders are reviewing their safety plan for the entire district. And as they do that, some parents are shifting their focus away from the school buildings to the portable classrooms nearby. Portable classrooms are trailers used by school districts across the state, usually to house students when there’s not enough space. Some are old. Some are new. And often times, they are used […]

  • Couple gets married in Coke Lot ahead of Indy 500

    SPEEDWAY, Ind. – An Indianapolis couple, complete with a beer bottle bouquet and denim outfits, exchanged vows at the Coke Lot the day before the Indy 500. Kristen Mikesell and Kyle Bloomer have spent the past five years being crazy in love. So when they got engaged this year, they knew they weren’t going to have a traditional wedding. At first, it was a joke. But the idea of getting married in the Coke Lot quickly turned into a mission. […]

  • Expert: Check insurance policy before renting out home for Indy 500

    SPEEDWAY, Ind. – We are just a week away now from Indy 500 weekend and if you’re thinking about renting out your place, we’ve got some tips so you don’t wind up losing cash. We caught up with local realtor Kendrick Davis with Century 21. He’s putting a one-bedroom area in his garage up for rent over race day weekend. If you want to do the same, he said his biggest piece of advice is calling up your home insurance […]

  • Chief must heal IMPD after Bailey decision, says expert

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – The debate over who is right and wrong is intensifying after the IMPD Civilian Merit Board made the decision to not fire two police officers who fatally shot an unarmed man last year. Chief Bryan Roach recommended the officers, Carlton Howard and Michal Dinnsen, be terminated because they did not follow their training. After the decision came down, the president of the Fraternal Order of Police publicly called out police and City leaders. “There were leadership decisions that […]

  • Tenants search for belongings following apartment fires

    GREENWOOD, Ind. – The rain, Thursday morning, made matters worse for folks who were trying to find their belongings after their apartments caught fire. Some lost everything. Others, like Brook Lowry, were lucky enough to find a few precious items. “I’m so glad it’s not more damaged,” said Lowry as she looked at her artwork which was wet but still intact. It’s five years’ worth of work she needs to graduate from college. She said it was protected inside a […]

  • Anderson students disciplined after school walkout

    ANDERSON, Ind.– Parents of an Anderson High School student are outraged after she was suspended and dozens of other students disciplined following a school walkout last week. Sophomore Kayla Smith was suspended this week. Last Friday, students across the country walked out of school to mark the 19th anniversary of the Columbine massacre. Kayla claims the school gave students the day to protest so she stayed outside, holding signs with other kids from 10 a.m. to 2:30 pm. “The whole student […]

  • Roller coaster weather could hurt flowers this weekend

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – This warm weekend is going to make some want to get out and start landscaping, but experts say it won’t hurt to wait since the temperatures will drop again on Sunday. This year’s wacky weather has put Thomas Lawn & Landscaping behind three weeks on mowing. But that hasn’t stopped the phone calls from potential customers. “They’re looking at their lawns and landscaping and thinking alright let’s do something,” said owner Chris Thomas. But don’t let the heat deceive […]

  • Pothole claims nearly triple from last year, but only 8 drivers paid

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – CBS4 found out pothole claims have nearly tripled from last year, yet only 1% of those drivers have received any money. Last week, we showed viewers the hubcap graveyard around W. 10th and Tibbs. At least 10 unlucky drivers filed claims with the city to pay for damage to their vehicles that happened around the area. But we found out, none of them has received any money yet. According to the Office of Corporation Counsel, which deals […]

  • Firefighters ask schools to think twice before removing fire alarm pull stations

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – The nightmare in Parkland, Florida is creating debates across the country about how to best keep our schools safe. Now, firefighters say talk is brewing on social media about getting rid of fire alarm pull stations inside schools. The same thing the Parkland school shooter used to bring kids out of their classrooms. According to a recently published official position by the Indiana Fire Chiefs Association, fire chiefs are being asked how to officially and safely remove pull-stations in a […]