Jill Glavan leads the CBS4 Problem Solvers team, which keeps her busy every day working on behalf of viewers to get results, protect their pocketbooks, and bring concerning issues to light.

Jill moved to Indianapolis in 2012 and quickly made the city her home. After growing up in the Dallas area, her immediate family moved to Indiana in the early 2000’s and Jill spent summers during her college years at the University of Missouri getting to know the area- she now considers herself an adopted Hoosier!

Jill began her career at WPTZ in Burlington, VT, where she got used to tough winters! In addition to her daily assignments, Jill produced a yearlong series where she became a “localvore,” only eating food produced within 40 miles of her own home. It was a challenging project, but gave her an appreciation of local food and businesses.

When she’s not at work, Jill enjoys reading, attending live concerts, spending time with family and friends, and cheering on her favorite teams: the Colts and Mizzou Tigers.

If you have a problem you’d like Jill to consider or an issue you want to expose, contact her at jglavan@cbs4indy.com or call the CBS4 Problem Solvers hotline at 317-677-1544.

Recent Articles
  • Customers upset after laser spa abruptly shuts down, then reopens without notice

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.– Customers in the middle of prepaid treatments at a laser spa on the city’s north side tell CBS4 Problem Solvers that the business abruptly shut down in late February, and they were never notified when it reopened weeks later. Light RX, located on 86th Street, also permanently shut down locations in Greenwood and Plainfield. The company offers laser hair removal, non-surgical weight loss treatment and other services. Friends Stephani and Nichole, who asked CBS4 Problem Solvers not to […]

  • Lawmakers work on changes to school funding after projections show 14% drop for students in poverty

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — As lawmakers work feverishly at the Indiana Statehouse on the next budget, some school leaders are sounding alarm bells about a potential drop in funding for high-need students. Last week, new projections from the Indiana House showed an overall 14% drop in complexity funding, which goes to students in poverty. The drop caused a disparity across districts: though they all saw a small bump in general funding, those districts with higher numbers of families below the poverty […]

  • Resident pushes for speed bumps after out-of-control driver smashes 2 fences

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — A woman on the near east side is pushing for speed bumps on her street after an out-of-control driver smashed through two fences last week. One side of Phyllis Tjart’s fence was left in pieces, and her neighbor’s fence was completely destroyed. Tjart captured the driver of a maroon van flying down her sidewalk last Thursday, just feet from the front door, on a security camera. “The police said that they had crashed into cars a block […]

  • As new psychiatric hospital opens on east side, Indiana refocuses efforts on mental health needs

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — A state-of-the-art psychiatric hospital will soon begin treating patients on the east side of Indianapolis, in an effort to increase access to mental health services. State leaders gathered Friday to celebrate the opening of the Neuro-Diagnostic Institute and Advanced Treatment Center, or NDI, which connects to Community Health East along 16th Street. NDI, which has 159 beds, looks a lot different than the psychiatric hospitals of the past. It will include additional services related to the brain, […]

  • Central Indiana woman among thousands targeted in popular social security scam

    PERU, Ind. – A popular scam that continues to target Hoosiers aims to get your social security number and your money. For the past week, Lacey Knight has been on high alert, because of the call she received last Monday. She even asked her kids to put an app on her phone that spots scam calls. “They got very angry, very aggressive over the phone,” Knight said of the scammers. The scammer, who called from an out-of-state number to Knight’s […]

  • Bloomington woman’s floor fixed after CBS4 Problem Solvers inquiry

    BLOOMINGTON, Ind. — After weeks of inaction, a Bloomington woman reached out to CBS4 Problem Solvers about her attempts to get her flooring fixed under an existing warranty. Jill Taylor’s laminate flooring started separating last summer, only four years after she had it installed, and despite a large stack of documents and meticulous notes, she said getting anyone to honor her warranty and replace the floor proved difficult. “I had no one in my corner. I just had no one […]

  • City denies man’s claim for $350 bill after sewer line backs up into elderly mother’s basement

    NEW CASTLE, Ind. – A New Castle man thought his city would foot the bill after a sewer line backed up into his elderly mother’s basement, but instead he received a denial letter from the city’s insurance company. Roger Prince found out the hard way that it can be difficult to get a city to pay for property damage. Prince’s issues started when raw sewage backed up into his 89-year-old mother’s basement in December. He called a plumber who tried […]

  • Mudding venue fights to re-open after county officials deny exception two years in a row

    MARION, Ind. — An unusual venue in central Indiana has been fighting to re-open its gates, but county officials continue to deny petitions for the owner to host events. Haley Mullins, whose uncle Junior Stone owns The Mudd Yard, contacted CBS4 Problem Solvers after the county denied Stone’s application for a special exception for the second time since 2017. The special exception would be required in order for Stone to host concert and mudding events. Mudding, also known as mud […]

  • Legislators seek to oversee out-of-state company that schedules rides for vulnerable Hoosiers

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — A bill making its way through the Indiana Statehouse would create an oversight committee to monitor an out-of-state contractor in charge of non-emergency Medicaid transportation. Last year, the state’s Family and Social Services Administration signed a four-year, $128 million contract with Georgia-based Southeastrans, putting the company in charge of transportation providers and scheduling. Prior to the deal, transportation for Medicaid patients had been provided privately through individual providers throughout the state. FSSA officials said they hoped to […]

  • After hearing home renovation horror stories, CBS4 Problem Solvers turns to experts for tips

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Renovating your home should be an exciting and joyous time, but some homeowners have been contacting CBS4 Problem Solvers saying their excitement turned to dread as they sunk money into projects that looked nothing like what they expected. Lori and Tony Weaver bought a house in Fountain Square early last year and hoped that flipping it could help them in their retirement. Instead, they say the project dragged on and on, costing them tens of thousands of […]

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