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
  • Concerns about 5G technology in Carmel

    CARMEL, Ind. — Some in Carmel are concerned about 5G technology in their city, and now city councilors are asking lawmakers to suspend it. On Monday night, the city council will vote on a resolution proposed by members Ron Carter and Tony Green. It requests the state legislature to take necessary steps to thoroughly study the effects of 5G technology on people and requests Congress and/or the Federal Communications Commission to limit the deployment and use of this technology in […]

  • IU Bloomington commits $300,000 to substance abuse recovery

    BLOOMINGTON, Ind. — A new recovery community at Indiana University Bloomington is helping students who are struggling with substance abuse. IU committed $300,000 for the project. The IU Collegiate Recovery Community received funding in late 2017. Doors finally opened in August. The group is trying to help students navigate challenges in college and graduate. Travis Lawson, coordinator of IU Collegiate Recovery Community, said research from Texas Tech University shows that on a campus the size of IU Bloomington, there are […]

  • Safety measures in place after school bus stop crash in Rochester last year

    LEBANON, Ind. – Last October, three children were hit and killed at their bus stop in Rochester. The trial began Tuesday for the woman who was behind the wheel. Alyssa Shepherd, 24, faces three felony counts of reckless homicide and a misdemeanor charge of passing a school bus causing injury. She could spend more than 20 years in prison if convicted. Their deaths spurred lawmakers in action. Senate Bill 2 laid out new measures. The law says a school bus […]

  • Food bank helps UAW members in Kokomo during strike

    KOKOMO, Ind. – As hundreds of General Motors workers in Kokomo wrap up their fourth week on strike, the community around them is working to help families keep food on the table. There are about 250 GM workers still on strike in Kokomo. Many make $250 a week. A food bank was set up right after the strike began to help many workers get by. It does not matter the weather. Even in the rain, some workers stood their ground […]

  • Roughly 1/3 of Nashville’s commercial district up for sale

    NASHVILLE, Ind. – Roughly a third of Nashville’s commercial district is up for sale. An auction on October 30th will impact more than 30 businesses in the tourist town. 16 properties up for bid belonged to Andy Rogers, a fixture in Nashville who passed away last year. The tourist attraction is filled with rich history and charm. There are few chains on the streets of downtown. John Lawrence, the owner of Quintessence Gallery, has been blowing glass at his shop […]

  • Workers engaged in sexual activities at Indy massage business, court docs say

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Models Massage, a massage therapy business on Indianapolis’ northeast side, cannot currently operate after a court granted the city’s request for a preliminary injunction. CBS4 first reported on Models Massage in February, when neighbors complained about its late-night hours. Court documents say a few days before IMPD raided the business in July, two separate workers at the business engaged in massage therapy and sexual activities with a client who was an undercover IMPD detective. At the time, […]

  • Proposal to add 15 firefighters in Carmel

    CARMEL, Ind. – A proposed budget would add 15 firefighters to Carmel’s staff to staff a second ladder truck. Carmel Fire Chief David Haboush believes this could make response times shorter. Firefighters in Carmel say they dispatch at least two ladder trucks on working fire calls. Right now, the department needs to ask other cities for help because the city only has one ladder truck. “I came here almost 30 years ago, and Carmel Clay Township had one ladder truck […]

  • Lawmakers push to install speeding cams in Indiana work zones

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Lawmakers on the Interim Study Committee on Roads and Transportation met last week to discuss possible legislation that would put cameras in work zones to record and ticket speeders. State Senator Blake Doriot, R-Goshen, said he wants to help draft a bill on this idea. The hope is to prevent crashes and protect construction crews and drivers. “It will photograph your license plate, and then a ticket will be issued to the owner of that vehicle,” he […]

  • Clay County man could face jail time, fine for passing stopped school bus

    PUTNAM COUNTY, Ind. — A Clay County man could face up to a year in jail and up to a $5,000 fine after passing a stopped school bus that had its stop arm out. David Harris, 34, was charged with a misdemeanor. The Putnam County Sheriff’s Department said he is the first person in the county to face this consequence after a new law took effect in July. Senate Bill 2 signed into law this year says courts can suspend […]

  • IMPD says it will continue to enforce state law after prosecutor’s announces new pot policy

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Both IMPD Chief Bryan Roach and Mayor Joe Hogsett said on Tuesday that they did not know about the announcement beforehand. On Monday, interim Marion County Prosecutor Ryan Mears announced the office will not be prosecuting minor marijuana cases any longer. That means when someone is arrested for having an ounce or less of marijuana, they will not be prosecuted. According to state law, possession of marijuana for that amount can be prosecuted as a Level B […]

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