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Haley joined the FOX59/CBS4 news team in February 2017 as a multimedia journalist. A Cincinnati native, she’s excited to be back in the Midwest and calling the Hoosier state home!

Before coming to Indianapolis, Haley spent more than three years in Beaumont, TX at the CBS/FOX affiliates. She most recently worked as a weekend anchor and investigative reporter. She covered everything from catastrophic flooding to school district corruption and loopholes in the state’s mental health laws.

Haley graduated from the University of Maryland’s Philip Merrill College of Journalism, where she majored in broadcast journalism and government/politics. While there, she worked for the school’s Capital News Service, covering the state house, and interned for the CBS Evening News and the network’s political unit in Washington, D.C.

Haley also competed for the University of Maryland’s swim team and is a proud Terrapin! In her spare time, you can catch her at the pool, traveling and exploring all the city has to offer!

Feel free to reach her at hbull@fox59.com with any story ideas or just to say hello, she’d love to hear from you!

Recent Articles
  • Hendricks County mother raises awareness about domestic violence one year since daughter’s murder

    HENDRICKS COUNTY, Ind.– Chasity Chesser was known for her big heart. The mother of four made quilts for grieving families, baked treats for coworkers’ birthdays, had a lot of love and always smiled. “Everybody remembered her smile,” Chesser’s mother, Gloria Million, said. “Her heart just went out to other people you know.” But everything changed October 28, 2017. That’s when Chasity’s husband shot and killed her before turning the gun on himself. Their then 11-year old was in the room, […]

  • Developer plans new downtown district ‘Waterside’ at former industrial site

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – A transformation is in the works at the former GM stamping plant, with more than $1 billion in development planned for a new downtown district. Ambrose Property Group unveiled the plans for what will be called Waterside Friday. The company expects $1.38 billion in development, including 1,350 residential units, 620 hotel rooms, 2.75 million sq. ft. of office space and 100,000 sq. ft. of retail and 12,000 jobs. “It’s just, you want to pinch yourself,” Rahnae Napoleon, […]

  • Opponents react to accusations of intimidation against Speaker Bosma, attorney

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.– The leader of the Indiana House of Representatives is at the center of an accusation in which a former intern says she was intimidated over a decades old sexual encounter, and that House Speaker Brian Bosma used campaign funds to do it, according to a report published by our media partners at the Indianapolis Star. “For us it really came down to the fact that House Speaker Brian Bosma is someone who holds a lot of power at […]

  • New round of sampling for contaminants underway in some Franklin homes

    FRANKLIN, Ind.– Another round of sampling for contaminants is underway in Franklin homes. Edison Wetlands Association, a non-profit based in New Jersey, is coordinating testing of  8 homes by Mundell & Associates for any volatile organic compounds. This follows their initial report that showed higher levels of VOC’s in some homes. It was prompted by concerns about the number of pediatric cancer cases in the area and whether there’s any environmental contamination. That includes the Clark’s. “It’s been a roller […]

  • Councilors get update on assessment on Marion County Sheriff’s Office operations and finances

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.– A preliminary assessment of the Marion County Sheriff’s Office finds the department is under staffed and under funded as it currently runs, but recommends operational changes. The mayor asked for the review last fall. Wednesday night, the Office of Public Audit and Performance updated councilors on the public safety and criminal justice committee on the assessment so far, being done by an outside firm, on the night of a budget vote. “There are opportunities to increase efficiencies and […]

  • Councillors to get update on Marion County Sheriff’s Office review

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — A review of the Marion County Sheriff’s Office operations and finances so far has found the office has not been sufficiently funded to do its job and recommends operational changes, according to a presentation expected to be given to Indianapolis City-County councillors Wednesday. Mayor Joe Hogsett called for the review last fall. Wednesday, councillors on the Public Safety and Criminal Justice Committee are expected to hear an update from the Office of Audit and Performance on the […]

  • Near southside church must raise thousands after someone stole a/c units

      INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.– A church on the near south side is left raising thousands of dollars after someone stole half a dozen of its air conditioning units. The Light of the World Church on Shelby St. believes it happened Sunday night, but was discovered my sisters Monday morning. “We work a lot with the local areas here to try to increase the safety and just overall feel of the neighborhood,” church spokesperson Eduardo Cascillo said. “To see this happen it […]

  • Cajun restaurant Papa Roux closing doors for good

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.– A headline-making Indianapolis restaurant is getting ready to close its doors for good. Papa Roux announced its last day will be Oct. 14th after 11 years serving Cajun food on the east side. Eating there has been a family affair for many over the years. “We enjoy coming, it’s always a good time, good food,” Samantha and Andrew Lantz said. “We’ve been coming to the Roux since it very first started,” Chelsea Merriman said. Her photo is even […]

  • Indy works to bring light to dark city streets

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – When the sun sets over Indianapolis, the streetlights flicker on. But some corners of the city remain dark. Now, the city is getting ready to roll out phase two of ‘Operation Nightlight,’ an initiative to bring more light to those areas. It used to be only darkness in front of Kenny Moore’s home. He lives near W. 28th and Rader St. “Before that light was there this was spooky,” he said. “I mean they was bringing prostitutes, […]

  • City launches initiative to help homeless find permanent housing

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — The city launched an effort to connect those experiencing homelessness in downtown Indianapolis with permanent supportive housing Wednesday. The ‘Coordinated Entry System Blitz’ is another step in the city’s 5-year plan to end homelessness. “The soul of the city should never grow accustomed to homelessness,” Mayor Joe Hogsett said. Street outreach teams spent several hours canvassing the Mile Square to get those experiencing homelessness to fill out applications for housing. Hogsett announced that 400 more permanent supportive […]