I’m thrilled to be reporting in the Hoosier state and helping to tell the stories in our community!

I joined the CBS4/FOX59 team as a reporter in June 2018. I moved to Indianapolis after living in East Tennessee for two years – reporting for WATE 6 On Your Side in Knoxville. During my time there, I covered several national stories like the deadly Gatlinburg wildfires and Chattanooga school bus crash in 2016. I also did extensive coverage on the drug epidemic in East Tennessee.

Born and raised in Los Angeles, the University of Southern California was my dream school. I received my bachelor’s degree in Broadcast Journalism from the Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism. I also minored in Political Science. During my time on campus, I reported, anchored and produced for the award-winning ‘Annenberg TV News’.

For two years, I was also involved with USC’s Spirit Leaders. I led stadium wide cheers during football games in the famous Los Angeles Coliseum.

Most of my family lives in California but I’m so happy to be close to a few aunts and uncles who live in the Indianapolis area.

In my spare time, I enjoy spending time with friends and travelling.

If you want to learn more about me, feel free to reach out!

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Recent Articles
  • Indiana EMS agencies drowning in debt due to unpaid patient bills

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Some EMS agencies in Indiana say they are drowning in debt due to unpaid patient bills, and paramedics worry somebody will call 911, but no one will be there to help. “I expect by the end of the year, it will be well over a million dollars,” said Nathaniel Metz, president of the Indiana EMS Association. Metz said that debt is just for his agency in Lafayette called Phoenix Paramedic Solutions. He said it is a problem […]

  • EXCLUSIVE: Man who brought 15-year-old basketball player to Southport from Africa talks

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – For the first time, we heard from the man who brought a 15-year-old basketball player to Southport High School from the Democratic Republic of the Congo. This young man’s convoluted journey resulted in Southport’s basketball team being banned from the season’s state tournament and the coach being suspended for two games. The school is appealing the penalty. In a more than 20-page appeal, Perry Township Schools laid out why it feels the Indiana High School Athletic Association’s […]

  • Southport High School: coach signed check for African athlete to protect him

    For the first time, Southport High School publicly responded after officials banned the basketball team from the state tournament. Perry Township schools said the coach, Eric Brand, signed a check for a player from the Democratic Republic of the Congo to protect him. EXCLUSIVE: Man who brought 15-year-old basketball player to Southport from Africa talks On Tuesday during a press conference, the school said this is not a story about recruiting. Regardless, the Indiana High School Athletic Association, IHSAA, stood […]

  • Clear backpack policy enforced at Frankton school after threat

    FRANKTON, Ind. — Frankton Junior-Senior High School is now enforcing a clear backpack policy after a bomb threat earlier this year. In September, hundreds of students were forced to leave campus when someone reported a bomb threat on a bathroom wall. Before a student steps in these hallways, school officials want to see everything coming through their doors. “As a parent, you want your kids to go to school and feel safe and be safe,” said Brent Brobston, a parent […]

  • Fishers police officer remembers K9 Harlej killed during pursuit

    FISHERS, Ind. – Officer Jarred Koopman is struggling to say goodbye to his partner and best friend, K9 Harlej. On Friday, he said he is overwhelmed by the amount of support from people across the country. Earlier this month, Harlej was shot and killed while tracking an armed suspect in Fishers. Koopman called his dog a hero. “He saved my life and the officers’ lives that were there on scene,” he said. “Harlej said to himself they need you more […]

  • IU professor responds to tweet criticism after calls for resignation

    BLOOMINGTON, Ind. – Eric Rasmusen responded to backlash over one of his tweets after campus officials called his views racist, sexist and homophobic. There are now mounting calls for his resignation. Rasmusen is a Professor of Business Economics IU Bloomington. On November 7, he shared an article on Twitter titled, “Are Women Destroying Academia? Probably.” He pulled a line from the article saying ““geniuses are overwhelmingly male because they combine outlier high IQ with moderately low Agreeableness and moderately low […]

  • Mother of Noblesville boy talks after father arrested on neglect charges

    NOBLESVILLE, Ind. — The mother of a Noblesville boy fighting for his life Tuesday night said her son is sedated at Riley Hospital for Children after suffering from a brain bleed. The 4-year-old’s father, Elijah Mills, and his girlfriend, Taylor Abrams, were arrested on neglect charges. On November 12, officers from the Noblesville Police Department responded to a call to assist paramedics with the possible cardiac arrest of the child at the 700 block of Nelson Circle. NPD began an […]

  • Council approves proposal for infrastructure improvements in neighborhood near Lucas Oil Stadium

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — A proposal before the city-county council on Monday night could bring big changes to a neighborhood near Lucas Oil Stadium. The council unanimously approved Proposal 377, which allocates up to $5 million for infrastructure improvements on the near south side. It would authorize the Metropolitan Development Commission and Department of Metropolitan Development to execute required documents to implement the application and issue debt obligations from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. Improvements may include improved […]

  • How Indiana schools keep students safe outside the building

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind – School districts in Indiana are pumping millions of dollars towards safety. A lot of that money goes towards securing a building to keep kids safe once they are inside. Administrators are working before the bell rings too. “At the end of the day, schools are a vulnerable place,” said Chase Lyday, president of the Indiana School Resource Officers Association. School resource officers like Lyday monitor hallways all day to secure the campus once class starts. Moments like […]

  • Syringe exchange program distributed throughout Marion County

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Marion County launched a needle exchange program a little more than six months ago. So far, the health department says they have distributed about 10,000 syringes. Health officials believe this tool can help people stay safe and alive. The main goal is to reduce the spread of HIV and Hepatitus C among drug users. The team takes a mobile unit to two locations on the city’s east side, parking lots near the Damien Center and Brookside Community […]

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