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
  • Hoosier tattoo artist gains international fame

    KOKOMO, Ind—You could call him Kokomo’s own ink master. “Some tattooing is amazing and some of it is absolutely terrible” said Bohemian Tattoo Club Owner Timothy Boor. But terrible wasn’t something the Hoosier native had any interest in. “I became obsessive I had to be as good as I could.” Boor’s journey began in Kokomo. His love of art started at a young age, gaining inspiration from  painting greats like Bob Ross. By his 20’s, his canvas had changed a […]

  • Riley family raises awareness for rare, deadly genetic disease

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — It’s a nursery new parents could only imagine with stuffed animals and a family photo. But now that room is a memorial for Corinne Shields. “It’s not something we ever anticipated,” said Alysen Shields, Corinne’s mother. “It doesn’t make sense when it’s a baby, but it’s reality.” Corinne was born in October 2017. Her parents say it was a normal birth, but they started to have questions shortly afterwards. “We started to notice her wrists were kinda floppy, almost as if she didn’t have […]

  • Remembering Deputy Pickett one year later

    BOONE COUNTY, Ind—It’s been nearly one year since Boone County Deputy Jacob Pickett was fatally shot in the line of duty. This weekend, the community is invited to come together to honor the father, husband, and K9 deputy, one year later. For the Pickett family, its been a year of many changes. Some of them big, others small. “Holidays and important days are hard. Then it’s the little things like having to shovel the driveway,” explained friend Michelle Atkinson. A […]

  • Delaying newborn’s first bath could make breastfeeding easier, studies show

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Breastfeeding wasn’t as simple as new mom Jill Enustun had hoped. Before she gave birth to her now 5-month-old daughter, she researched ways to make the experience a little easier. “Delaying her bath was a way to help your breastfeeding relationship start as smoothly as I could, so I definitely wanted to do that,” Enustun said. Doctors allowed Enustun to wait nearly two days before her daughter took her first trip to the tub. It’s a trend Dr. […]

  • Hoosier love stories: Finding that special someone

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — This Valentine’s Day, we wanted to showcase some of the timeless love stories made right here in the Hoosier state. Every couple has their own path to finding that special someone. Some relationships are built over the years, while others come when you least expect it. Morgan Smillie and Anthony Monnot met on Tinder three years ago. “I was working a very hard manufacturing job as an HR business partner and I didn’t have a lot of time,” she explained. […]

  • Magic as medicine: Riley doctor easing the minds of patients through tricks

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind—For children, a doctor’s visit or a stay at the hospital,  can be a frightening experience. But one doctor at Riley Hospital for Children is looking to ease their fears  and make them all disappear. “Coming here for many patients, as you can imagine is very stressful. This is simply one more way to relax them and make them feel a little better,” said Dr. James Croop, a pediatric hematologist and oncologist at Riley Hospital. Chances are if you […]

  • Lawmakers get closer to making it illegal for sex offenders to advertise babysitting services

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — State lawmakers are inching closer to making it illegal for convicted sex offenders to advertise and work as a babysitter. The bill was drafted after Madison County authorities realized a loophole prevented them from re-arresting 26-year-old Anthony Carmack. Carmack has been on Indiana’s sex offender registry since 2013 after being convicted in a child pornography and exploitation case. Last fall, authorities learned Carmack was advertising babysitting services on Facebook. “If there’s a common sense law, this would be one,” said […]

  • Shutdown Day 35: IRS workers feeling the impact

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Today marks the 35th day of the partial government shutdown, and Hoosiers are feeling the ripple effect as those in Washington remain gridlocked. Any other year,  Duncan Giles says he and his coworkers at the IRS would be getting ready for their busy season. Right now though, he’s one of the hundreds of thousands of federal workers furloughed and not receiving a paycheck. “I’ve got folks that don’t have money for medicine don’t have money for gas […]

  • Hoosiers encouraged to look into schooling options

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — All week long, parents and students in the Hoosier State are being encouraged to explore their numerous schooling options. It’s all part of the 9th annual National School Choice Week. The week will feature more than 900 events and activities across Indiana, including open houses, school fairs, homeschool information sessions and other celebrations. Officials say the week is meant to encourage students and parents to find the best educational setting to help kids succeed. “We all know […]

  • Looking to give back? Big Brothers Big Sisters in need of volunteers

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — There are more than 900 children currently on the wait list for Big Brothers Big Sisters here in central Indiana. That’s longer than it ever has been before. This month, the organization is asking people to consider being a Big Brother or Big Sister to make a difference in a child’s life. For Rob Puma, his journey to becoming a Big Brother took a little time. “I had considered being a big probably about five years before […]

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