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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
  • Riley specialists provide treatment far beyond any surgery in Child Life Zone

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. —  At first glance, it looks like a typical play room. But it’s actually the Child Life Zone at Riley Hospital for Children. It’s a place Child Life Supervisor Abigail Rainey knows all too well. Born a quadruplet and premature, Rainey and her sisters spent more than a month in Riley’s NICU These days, it’s a place where she helps others, teaching them about what comes next in their treatment. “We’re asking kids to do things that are […]

  • Service dogs lend helping paw by sniffing out asthma attacks before they hit

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — We all know dogs are man’s best friend, but now service dogs are lending a helping paw in another way–helping Hoosiers struggling with asthma. “It’s not magic. It’s very simple. It’s dog training,” said Julie Case, the owner of Ultimate Canine. Case says a four-legged friend could be the difference between life and death, when an asthma attack hits without any warning. “We can use the behavior the child will exhibit like wheezing or gasping for air,” […]

  • IMPD searches for gunman after 2 killed on east side; 2018 set to become deadliest year on record

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Two men are dead after a shooting on Indy’s east side. The shooting happened just before midnight Wednesday in the 3100 block of North Riley Avenue, near East 32nd Street and Emerson Avenue. Police say an officer was nearby when shots rang out, and he quickly responded to the scene. 25-year-old Johnny Coleman and 25-year-old Charles Lemon were found dead on arrival. Police have not released any suspect information or a motive. “My heart bleeds for those families. There’s no winners,” […]

  • Hoosier couple thankful for ‘miracle baby’ who defied odds

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind — For one Hoosier family, their list of what they’re thankful for is extra long this year after they were told their son had a less than 1-percent chance of survival. Indianapolis couple Daniel Breyts and Jess Novac were told by doctors in Illinois  to start planning the funeral for their son Rowan after he was born three months early. “It was a hard balance between I wanted him to survive, but I was a realistic person, they […]

  • Dangerous apps: do you know which ones your child is using?

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind– They connect people all over the world. But these days, apps are more dangerous than ever before. At the Kerkof’s home, phones are turned in every night at 10 p.m. to mom Jamie’s room and left there until morning. “It cut down on that extra screen time, helped them get a good night’s rest,” Jamie explained. It was then, when Jamie noticed some unusual text messages on her daughter’s phone. “I couldn’t understand what she was going through […]

  • “Million Meal Marathon” kicks off this morning aiming to fight Hoosier hunger

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind—The Indianapolis Colts will be taking their talents off the field today and using them in a very different fight. This fight is against hunger here in the Hoosier state. Today, players, cheerleaders and volunteers will come together for the 8th annual Million Meal Marathon. Organizers say the need locally is significant, with one in every  five families dealing with food insecurity. Today, nearly 3,000 volunteers will aim to pack one million meals in just one day. The meals […]

  • Women in the NFL: “We’re here to do a job”

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind– If you’ve been to a Colts’ game at Lucas Oil Stadium recently, you might have noticed more women sporting their blue and white. Women make up roughly half of NFL fans, but just a third of league employees. But the NFL is working to change that. Our Alexa Green sat down with four women from the Colts’ franchise, who say their journey to the NFL,  started with a dream. “I had several professors who said I should go […]

  • Next phase of ‘Operation Night Light’ kicks off on northeast side

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Phase two of “Operation Night Light” kicks off Wednesday morning on Indy’s northeast side. Twenty-four new LED lights will be installed along Shadeland Avenue between 75th and 82nd streets to brighten some of the city’s darkest areas.  These lights are the first of up to 4,000 new streetlights that will be installed around the city through 2025. “It’s a public safety issue at its very core. There are people in neighborhoods in the city of Indianapolis today […]

  • A monumental journey: One Hoosier’s story to the starting line

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. —  Every runner has a story about how they made it to the starting line. Ronnie Robson II only started running a year and a half ago, but since then, he’s covered a lot of ground. “It’s that is an overwhelming feeling and for that next 24 hours, it’s electric. It really is. It’s euphoric.” That feeling though, is much different than what he felt returning home after his deployment. “I struggle with anxiety depression and PTSD, actually.” […]

  • Positive messages popping up in unique places at Crawfordsville High School

    CRAWFORDSVILLE, Ind. – A Crawfordville High School student has started a new movement in the Hoosier State aimed at promoting positivity and hope. It’s called the Positivity Project. Junior Sydney Spencer says she was tired of feeling like she was all alone and wanted to do something about it. “You come to school and if you’re not wearing the right clothes, you’re bullied for it. If you’re not in the same group, you’re bullied for it,” she said. The one […]