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
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  • IMPD cracks down on drug dealers near homeless shelter

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  • Community members join police offers for peace walk

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    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.– Anthony Taylor is known for his big heart around the Metropolitan School District of Washington Township. But right now, it’s the hearts of students and their outpouring of support pushing the traffic control officer in his recover after a driver hit him. “It encourages me, empowers me to want to force myself to do the best I can,” Taylor said. In March, Taylor was conducting traffic outside North Central High School on E. 86th St. when the accident […]

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  • 2 Franklin schools reopening after tests for contaminants

    FRANKLIN, Ind.—Students will return to class Monday at two Franklin elementary schools following testing of the air and sub slab for any concerning chemicals. Friday, Franklin Community Schools said data provided strong evidence the air in the schools is safe. It comes after the district closed Webb and Needham Elementary schools after receiving testing results from below the concrete floor showing some samples exceeding screening levels for the chemical compound, TCE. “I think parents want like a guarantee. How do […]

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