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Bob joined WXIN Fox 59 in 1991 when the station started its award-winning newscast, Fox 59 News at 10. He was a key contributor to one of the most successful local news launches ever among Fox affiliates. His efforts helped make WXIN-TV “Fox Station of the Year” both in 1992 and again in 1994.

Besides his work on the anchor desk, Bob has produced Emmy-award winning special reports and documentaries during his long career at Fox 59. He anchored the highly-rated launch of Fox 59 News First at Four, before joining the team on Fox 59 News Live at Five. Bob anchors Fox 59 News at 10 and CBS4 at 11.

Bob is a graduate of the University of Missouri School of Journalism. He started his career in Beaumont, Texas, before accepting positions anchoring and reporting positions in Oklahoma City, Salt Lake City and Little Rock, Arkansas, before coming to Indianapolis.

Bob has been recognized repeatedly for his volunteer work for groups such as College Mentors for Kids, the Muscular Dystrophy Association and Habitat for Humanity among others non-profits.

He and his wife Skye Winslow have raised three children in Central Indiana. They are proud Hoosiers, who love to call Indiana their home.


Recent Articles
  • GoFundMe Effect: Campaigns help Hoosiers during the toughest of times

    NEW PALESTINE, Ind. – Jess Hooker’s GoFundMe success story started more than two years ago when she created a page on the crowdfunding site to raise money for her daughter Addi. Addi lives with refractory epilepsy.  It’s a condition that triggers seizures almost daily. The New Palestine family wanted to raise money for a seizure dog that would give them more freedom and more peace of mind. “Our story was based in hope and in helping a young girl thrive. […]

  • Ahead of Veterans Day, Southport students honor Hoosier heroes

    SOUTHPORT, Ind. – As the nation prepares to observe Veterans Day this Sunday, Perry Township Schools are recognizing our service men and women all this week. CBS4 was there Thursday afternoon as the students at Southport Middle school honored our Hoosier heroes. “For me it was really emotional,” said 8th grader Sam Brookshire. “I have a few relatives that were in the service and I would consider a future in that, so it means a lot to me to see […]

  • Hoosier veteran recounts his journey from fighting in WWII to founding an engineering firm

    CARMEL, Ind. – For the U.S. Marines, it was the most epic battle of World War II. Tragically, it was also one of the bloodiest. The Battle of Iwo Jima also produced one of the most iconic images in American history. The raising of the flag atop Mount Suribachi came to symbolize the dedication and sacrifice of the war. But for a Hoosier who was there that day, it was much more personal. “I looked up there and about six guys standing […]

  • Boilermaker battling cancer receives diploma, Purdue’s first Alumni Impact Award

    CARMEL, Ind. – Tyler Trent never let a rare form of bone cancer keep him from living his dream of a life on the Purdue campus. The 20-year old Carmel native became a fixture there, covering sports for his school paper, camping out for a football game, but more importantly, serving as a courageous symbol of Boiler spirit. “All through that semester at college, I pretty much every Friday drove home for chemotherapy, six-hour chemotherapy infusions and then drove back […]

  • Leo the Lion statue guards Bloomington Police Department

    BLOOMINGTON, Ind. – He silently guards the door at the Bloomington Police Department, too big to store in the evidence room. But if he could talk, Leo the Lion could solve his own mystery. “We assume it belongs to someone, we’re just trying to figure out where,” said Bloomington Police Captain Steve Kellums. Bloomington police took the lion statue into custody over the weekend when officers saw him getting snuck into a garage in town. They say he’d obviously been […]

  • USS Indiana sailor shares his story

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.– At 92 years old, Hoosier veteran Stan Ashley is still picking and grinning. The self-taught musician still plays guitar in the carport of his home in Muncie. “I can’t imagine a world without music,” said Ashley. But there was another sound in his life when he was a younger man: the sound of war. Ashley served as a sailor aboard the USS Indiana battleship.  He worked below deck handling ordinance. The delivered the 50 pound projectiles the mighty […]

  • Indiana Task Force 1 responded to home where North Carolina mother, infant died

    WILMINGTON, N.C. – Members of Indiana Task Force 1 hadn’t even been officially cleared to go out into the hurricane conditions yet when they responded to a tragic scene in Wilmington, North Carolina. A massive tree had fallen directly into the bedroom of one family’s house. Local firefighters had already saved the father inside, but a mother and her baby were still trapped in the home. “Their rescue teams had been working for several hours and they were flat worn out. Not […]

  • Hoosier veteran volunteering with Wish for Our Heroes to help others who’ve served

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Russ Chargualaf is proud of his service in the U.S. Army. He served eight years in military intelligence as a first lieutenant, but he retired wanting to do more for his fellow veterans. “I feel it’s a responsibility to give back and to help not only these men and women, but the families they leave behind,” said Chargualaf. Few organizations do more for veterans and their families than Wish for Our Heroes. The group’s most public event happened […]

  • Take an inside look at the magnificent Asherwood Estate in Carmel

    CARMEL, Ind. – It’s not that far away, just north of 96th Street on Ditch Road in Carmel. But when you get there, it’s easy to feel transported to someplace else, someplace magnificent. The Asherwood Estate sits on 106 acres and is dominated by a main house that’s more then 50,000 square feet. Only a lucky few have ever stepped inside it. The house was built as the private home of Mel and Bren Simon, part of the family that owns Simon […]

  • Family fighting to be able to visit secluded cemetery nestled in Indiana wilderness

    MONROE COUNTY, Ind. – It’s the only place in Indiana designated a wilderness. Just shy of 13,000 acres bordering Lake Monroe near Bloomington, the Charles C. Deam Wilderness area has been set aside as a place where nature can thrive. The Deam Wilderness is also part of the Hoosier National Forest and has become a popular spot for hikers who walk the miles of trails within its boundaries. They would have to look closely to see a landmark that’s become the focus […]