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

Recent Articles
  • Funeral arrangements announced for Zionsville siblings killed in murder-suicide

    ZIONSVILLE, Ind. — Zionsville students will head back to class this morning after a weekend of mourning two of their own. Friday, Boone County deputies found a father and two children dead after an apparent murder-suicide. The victims have been identified as 50-year-old Michael Hunn, 15-year-old Harrison Hunn and 13-year-old Shelby Hunn. Grief counselors will be available at Zionsville High School and Middle School Monday. “Parents are asked to engage tonight and this weekend with their ZCHS and ZMS children […]

  • Intermittent fasting: Does it work & is it healthy?

    ANDERSON, Ind– Intermittent fasting is the latest fad diet, promising to make you drop weight quickly, but is it effective and healthy? Anderson resident Richelle Wagner was looking to make a healthy change in her life, and had heard about intermittent fasting from her co-workers. She decided to try it and only ate for eight hours a day. When we first met her, Richelle weighed in at 212 pounds. Her plan for week one was to eat from 9 a.m […]

  • Greencastle school still closed due to high amounts of mold

    GREENCASTLE, Ind—It’s been two weeks since students at Tzouanakis Intermediate School have not been in their own classrooms. The school closed its doors last month after school officials found high amounts of mold and “air quality concerns.” Since then, students have been relocated to other schools while officials work on addressing the mold issue. The latest update from school officials came Friday. There was no mention of the on-going cleanup effort at TZ Intermediate. Instead, Principal Jon Strube told parents they are […]

  • $24.3 million dollar mixed-use project coming to Noblesville

    NOBLESVILLE, Ind—A $24.3 million dollar mixed-use project will soon be built in the heart of downtown Noblesville. Tuesday night, the Noblesville City Council approved plans for the Levinson project. Once complete, the building will include more than 80 apartments, a four-story parking garage, retail space and a small Noblesville Museum. Last month, the project drew criticism from residents who were concerned with the project’s design and impact on the downtown area. “Sometimes you need to make history as well as […]

  • Indiana Task Force 1 deployed to Mid-Atlantic ahead of hurricane

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind—Members of Indiana’s Task Force One are headed down to the Tar Heel state, as residents there prepare for Hurricane Florence to make landfall. Some of the latest reports coming in say the storm is nearing category 5 hurricane strength, packing winds of up to 140 miles per hour. In total, 86 members of the task force were activated around midnight Tuesday and by 4 a.m., they were on the road. “We’ll travel overnight. We always determine whether we […]

  • Teacher’s pet spreading impawtant lessons at Avon Elementary School

    AVON, Ind—The dog days of summer may not be over just yet. But this school year is already in full swing. One teacher’s pet at Pine Tree Elementary School in Avon is teaching lessons that extend far beyond any test or textbook ever could. Sanders the therapy dog has been a staple in Mrs. Raider’s 4th class for the past ten years. “He’s in several of our staff photos,” Mrs. Raider pointed out. “This was taken a while back. These […]

  • Indy non-profit looking for help for new campaign

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind—It’s a new campaign that aims at bringing more Hoosiers together on Indy’s near southside. “Art and food bring people together, and help them find common ground. We need spaces like that across the city,” explained Big Car Collaborative Director of Programming and Exhibition Shauta Marsh. That’s why officials at the non-profit Big Car Collaborative are working on raising funds to expand and upgrade their facility called the Tube Factory. Once complete, the space would have a chicken chapel, […]

  • IMPD investigates four shootings in two hours; one man dead

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – The city’s violence continued unabated overnight as we tick closer to a record-breaking murder rate. Metro police have been busy investigating four shootings in two hours, one of which was deadly. The latest shooting was classified as murder, which means we officially hit 99 murders for 2018. The first shooting occurred Wednesday night around 10 p.m. near 34th and Hawthorne. Police tell us someone was walking their dog when two men started shooting at one another. That […]

  • Man shot and killed on Indy’s westside

    Indianapolis, IND—Metro police continue to investigate a fatal shooting that happened on Indy’s westside last night. IMPD was called out to the 700 block of Arnolda Avenue, near W. 10th Street and N. Tibbs Avenue, just before 11:30 p.m. Wednesday. When officers arrived, they found the victim, on a sidewalk suffering from apparent gunshot wounds. He was pronounced dead on-the-scene. It was a busy night for IMPD. They responded to four separate shootings in just a few hours. Police are […]

  • Camels in the Cornfield- yes it’s a real thing!

    KOSCIOSKO COUNTY, Ind—Some would say this is a fitting start to your hump day. There’s a new trend in the US, and you might not have heard about this one before. Products, made with camel milk. And yes, a couple from northern Indiana is capitalizing on that idea. River Jordan Camel Dairy in Milford began three years ago by the Blakeslee’s, when wife Amber got an idea. “I was thinking why am I mowing all of this grass when we […]