Eric Levy now considers central Indiana his home, because that’s how much he loves it in the Circle City.

Eric joined Indiana’s FOX in July of 2013, after spending two years at WTKR TV in Norfolk, Va. While there, he covered a boat load of naval stories. One of the most fascinating stories of his time in Virginia was being able to step on the flight deck of the U.S.S. Enterprise. Eric also covered a lot of transportation stories, and was there for the effects of Super Storm Sandy as it passed by Virginia Beach.

Before Virginia, Eric pulled double duty in Fort Myers, Fla. He was both a morning news anchor for the local radio station and a freelance reporter for WINK TV. Sometimes, he’d do both jobs in one day, but he was dedicated enough.

Eric also spent time as a radio news anchor and reporter in Houston, Iowa and Connecticut, where he was born and raised.

Eric likes a variety of things when he’s not working, but most of his time is spent exploring Central Indiana and finding stories that matter to you.

If there’s a story you want told, let him know.

Recent Articles
  • Former IU assistant director for student conduct sentenced in child porn case

    UPDATE (Feb. 27, 2017)– Jon Riveire pleaded guilty to one count of possession of child pornography. He will serve one year of home detention, followed by a year and a half of probation. Original story: BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (May 13, 2015)– An Indiana University staff member was arrested Tuesday on a charge of possession of child pornography. Jon T. Riveire, 32, of Bloomington is an Assistant Director for Student Conduct in the Office of Student Ethics at Indiana University. A detective with […]

  • New traffic signal now working at U.S. 52 and State Road 47 in Boone County

    THORNTOWN, Ind. (August 21, 2015) — The traffic light is now working at U.S. 52 and State Road 47 after INDOT crews finished their work Friday morning. Traffic was brought to a halt along U.S. 52  while crews performed the work, and traffic remained slow after installation was complete. Crews with the Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) are hanging the light at the intersection of U.S. 52 and State Road 47 to improve safety after a fatal crash earlier this […]

  • Indiana State Fair organizers happy with turnout so far

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (August 16, 2015) — The ninth day of the Indiana State Fair is continuing a trend toward success. Halfway through, there’s a chance almost one million people could show up. We’re talking averages here, since the exact numbers won’t be known until the fair ends, but the entire population of Indianapolis and then some is what that equates to. The Indiana State Fair is a sturdy tradition, and each person who comes here probably has their own thing […]

  • Indiana State Senator’s daughter, 8, reunited with family after frantic search

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (August 15, 2015) — An Indiana State Senator is opening up about the frantic search for his missing daughter. Mike Delph says his eight-year-old daughter Lilly was gone for almost two hours, but an intense search ended with her being found. State Senator Delph described it as the worst 90 minutes of his life, and now he’s thanking the Lord that this was the resolution and not something worse. “The most helpless feeling I’ve ever had in my […]

  • Vandals tag three churches in Greencastle

    GREENCASTLE, Ind. (August 14, 2015) — The community of Greencastle is upset and angry after vandals tagged three churches. Vulgar messages were spray painted on the churches, now the community wants to know who did it. Spray painted statements “Die with your false God” and “die” were left on the front doors of First Southern Baptist Church on Crown Street. Over the sign, there were the words “God hates you.” Someone from the church reported it to police early Thursday […]

  • Vehicle strikes, kills 2-year-old boy on west side of Indianapolis

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (August 13, 2015) — A west side family is dealing with unimaginable loss. Their two-year-old son is dead after being hit by a car. It happened around 6:20 p.m. at the corner of North Centennial Street and West 12th Street. “It’s sad, I can’t believe this one,” said Otto Duffy, a friend of the boy’s family. Duffy says he’s known the little boy’s family for years, since the boy’s father was growing up. That’s why this is hitting […]

  • Police conduct drug sweep in Muncie, resulting in 13 arrests

    MUNCIE, Ind. (August 12, 2015) — Muncie Police officers and Delaware County sheriff detectives conducted a major drug sweep Wednesday, and arrested more than a dozen people. The sweep included the execution of search warrants and undercover drug buys for methamphetamine and heroin. In total, 13 people are in custody thanks to the joint effort. One more person is still on the loose. Delaware County Sheriff Ray Dudley says it’s not just about cleaning up the streets, it’s about ending […]

  • Detectives investigate after two Indianapolis homes are hit by bullets

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (August 9, 2015) — How scary is it to be inside your home when, out of nowhere, bullets come through the walls? It happened to one man early Sunday morning. Officers with the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department say two homes in the city were hit by gunfire Sunday. “It’s very, very scary,” said Dawnielle Heckman, a northeast side resident whose neighbor’s apartment was hit. “I could see the bullet holes in their house, and I live right over […]

  • Officials work to halt increasing drug use among Marion County teens

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (August 5, 2015) — New numbers show a dramatic increase in the number of Marion County teens who are using drugs. Statistics from Drug Free Marion County show a significant spike in the number of teens who smoke marijuana, and who take the highly-addictive drug heroin. At the same time, there are efforts right now to stop the increase. “I just think that they have something else better to do besides doing that, which I don’t know why […]

  • Man says his motorcycle was stolen by thieves from south side Indianapolis, surveillance cameras were recording

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (Aug. 2, 2015) — An Indianapolis man says a thief stole his motorcycle from a south side neighborhood and surveillance cameras from a neighbor’s caught it all. The crime happened in the early morning hours of July 17 in the 1800 block of East Tabor Street. The victim, Gary Luster, appears to have done everything right. He says he had the bike secured, but the thief managed to get through the locks and ride off with it. “He […]

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