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
  • Indianapolis veteran gets new leash on life thanks to nonprofit K9s for Warriors

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Veteran Harry Mann says it’s hard to remember what life was like before his service dog Raymundo. “He’s my best friend. He’s always with me,” he explained. His wounds from deployment were never visible on the outside, but they kept him from living the life he deserved. Mann, like so many other veterans, struggled with PTSD and anxiety, and it affected everyday activities. “I would go to work, come home, go to work, come home, that’s it,” […]

  • ‘Project Play’ makes sure kids have toys, books at home

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Boxes of toys, stacked from the floor to the ceiling, now make up Indianapolis resident Angie Lacey’s garage. The donations have a special purpose and are intended for a specific child. Lacey is the founder of Project Play, a nonprofit that works to make sure every child has toys and books in their home. “They get toys for a variety of reasons, either budget wise or if they can’t afford it. We’ve had families who have had […]

  • More Americans are taking melatonin to help them sleep. Is it safe?

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Are you one of the millions of Americans who suffer from a sleep disorder? Experts say these days, more people are desperate for a good night’s rest and are turning to melatonin as a natural way to fall asleep. But doctors are now warning too much of it can be a bad thing. A National Health interview survey found that melatonin use has more than doubled from 2007 to 2012. Dr. Sunita Premkumar of Community Health says […]

  • ‘Real’ men sporting pink for a good cause

    NOBLESVILLE, Ind. — All throughout October you may have noticed some men around the Circle City sporting a little more pink. It’s for the American Cancer Society’s “Real Men Wear Pink” campaign. For some participants, it’s about bringing awareness to the disease. For others like Noblesville resident Patrick Bennett, it’s much more personal. Bennett’s first run-in with cancer was when he was just 7-years-old when his mom was diagnosed with breast cancer. Bennett’s mother won that fight and survived. But the disease found […]

  • Student center in Sheridan fights to remain open

    SHERIDAN, Ind. — It may look like just another storefront on Main Street in Sheridan, but  step inside the Crossroads Student Center and chances are you’ll find at least a dozen kids and Pastor Chris Brooks. “We parked the car, and we watched people walk around, and we realized it really is a problem.” Brooks says he used to see kids out on the streets in this neighborhood with little to no supervision. That’s why two years ago, he opened the […]

  • Second Harvest will help thousands more thanks to new partnership

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – A central Indiana food bank dedicated to helping hunger Hoosiers will receive nearly half a million dollars. Second Harvest Food Bank will announce their latest partnership with Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield later this morning. The campaign aims to provide Hoosiers with better food and improve their health. That funding breaks down to about $450,000 over the next three years. It allows Second Harvest volunteers and officials to get out into the community and interact with those struggling with […]

  • Indiana woman helps new moms who give birth to children with Down syndrome

    A Hoosier mom is on a mission to change the conversation about children with Down syndrome, and now she wants your help. “I want new moms to know, it’s okay. It’s going to be okay. It’s going to better than okay. You’re going to love this baby with an intensity that is hard to describe,” Heather Gregg explained. It’s a feeling she knows personally. Her 2-year-old daughter Ivy has Down syndrome. “She’s my light. I can’t imagine our family without her […]

  • Officials announce major initiative ahead of NBA All-Star game

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. —  There is still some time before the best of the NBA arrive in the Circle City for the NBA All Star game in 2021, but preparations for the big weekend are already underway. Today, Governor Eric Holcomb, Mayor Joe Hogsett and members of the NBA All-Star 2021 Host Committee board will announce a million-dollar statewide legacy initiative before the star-studded event. The Indiana Pacers will host the 2021 edition of the NBA All-Star Game on February 14. […]

  • Indie Art Studio teaches students lessons that go beyond the classroom

    GREENFIELD, Ind. —You expect there to be rules in most classes, but that’s not the case at Indie Art Studio in Greenfield. Owner Rachel Holmes says there is no need to color between the lines. Students aren’t even required to use a paintbrush if they don’t want to. “It is what you make it, and it should be that way,” she explained. Holmes hopes her students take that lesson far beyond the classroom. About a year ago, she partnered up with […]

  • Carmel city councilors look to ban electric scooters

    CARMEL, Ind. — The city known for having over 125 roundabouts is now trying to ban some modes of transportation. Tonight, Carmel city councilors will consider a ban on skateboards and electric scooters in Midtown, the Arts & Design district, city-owned parking garages and in the city’s parks. This proposal would expand on an ordinance that already prohibits scooters and skateboards in Carmel’s City Center. In the past, city councilors say skateboarders have been known to go down ramps in […]

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