Nick McGill is a Reporter for Fox59. He joined our team in October of 2016

Nick comes to us after spending two years out west, where he was a reporter with KUSA-TV in Denver. He credits his time there for helping develop his passion for storytelling.

Before that he spent two years at the NBC affiliate in Toledo.

A native of Chicago, Nick is no Stranger to Indiana. He graduated in 2012 from Saint Joseph’s College in Rensselaer, where he studied Mass Communication and Political Science.

When not at work you can usually find Nick out on the golf course or at a brewery or restaurant where he loves trying new local fare.

He’s also an avid bow hunter and is excited to see what Indiana has to offer.

Feel free to drop him a line on Twitter at @NickMcGilltv or at nmcgill@fox59.com


Recent Articles
  • Women demand answers after photos show ‘dangerous’ conditions inside medical transport van

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Two Indianapolis women are calling out a medical transport company they say took their mother on a dangerous ride. Dahyrealle Parker and Nicole Woods say their mother texted them Wednesday afternoon as she was on her way to a doctor’s appointment. She told her daughter she was in a medical transport van sent by her insurance, but the ride wasn’t going smoothly. “And she said she was scared, and she was frustrated, and the driver was driving […]

  • As elections loom, IU looks to crack down on the spread of misinformation

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.– In a months’ time, Indianapolis will hold a mayoral election. One year from now, the country will hold a presidential election. Nationwide, two big concerns for government officials and voters alike are election security and the spread of misinformation. Indiana made a $10 million investment to help address election security. The money, in part, will make way for 10% of the state’s voting machines will have paper trails. A little black box attached to electronic election machines allows […]

  • Following deadly crash, INDOT to install traffic light at ‘dangerous’ intersection in Brownsburg

    BROWNSBURG, Ind. — Public safety officials, and hundreds of residents in Brownsburg, are calling for changes to be made to an intersection described as “dangerous.” According to the Hendricks County Sheriff’s Office, deputies have responded to the intersection of State Road 267 and County Road 1000 North 38 times in the past five years. Two of those accidents resulted in deaths. On Wednesday, first responders were called to the intersection for a multi-car accident. One juvenile was killed, another juvenile […]

  • Indy FOP meets with national FOP president, discusses ongoing violence in country

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Indianapolis is now part of the national discussion when it comes to crime in large cities. This week the head of the Indianapolis FOP gathered in D.C. with the national FOP president and the heads of some of the largest police unions in the country for the purpose of addressing ongoing violence across the country. “Our city, our Indianapolis FOP, and our community has been recognized as ground zero for this discussion,” Rick Snyder said. Snyder says […]

  • Towering mural spray-painted on silos in Greencastle celebrates art, Hoosier pride

    GREENCASTLE, Ind. – Four new pieces of art are hard to miss in Greencastle. Four large murals were unveiled Sunday in Greencastle. They’re the work of New York-based artist Andrei Krautsou, who used spray paint to create the towering murals on silos. It’s one of the largest art projects the area has ever seen. While the artist, who goes by the name “Key Detail,” isn’t from Indiana, the murals are all about Hoosier pride and are a celebration of art […]

  • Indy vice principal provides haircuts, life advice to high school students in need

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — On Thursday afternoons, a basement cafeteria at Providence Cristo Rey High School turns into a barbershop where male students leave with a cut and life lessons. The barbershop is the creation of Fred Yeakey, the vice principal of Culture and Mission. He calls the weekly ritual “Grooming the Outer Man, Guiding the Inner Man,” a mentorship program designed to help guide the young men into a life of full of opportunity, promise and success. “The quickest way […]

  • Fans not buying Pacer’s Oladipo denial of being on ‘The Masked Singer’

    Indiana Pacers Star Victor Oladipo denies being a contestant on “The Masked Singer.” On Friday the All-Star addressed the rumors during the team’s media day. “That’s not me, I don’t know what that is. I mean, look at me why would I hide my face anyways look how cute I look” he said. Despite his denial, internet detectives are convinced Oladipo is the “Thingamajig” on the show. The character whose hints to identity include “keep up the pace”, a cupcake […]

  • IHSAA says statewide referee shortage due to inappropriate behavior from parents, fans

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. —The Indiana High School Athletic Association is once again calling out parents and fans who attend high school and youth sporting events, claiming their behavior is leading to a referee shortage across the state. The IHSAA says Indiana is dealing with a shortage of licensed referees. According to commissioner Bobby Cox, too many officials have been walking away from the job with not enough replacing them. “The average age now is over 50 years of age. We’re not replacing […]

  • Indianapolis police create ‘Peace Benches’ from bottle caps

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — IMPD is hoping that one man’s trash can become community treasures. The department is enlisting the help of local schools, organizations, and community members to help them collect plastic bottle caps that can be turned into “Peace Benches.” “These peace benches will represent the relationship that officers and community have together, and they’ll be all across the city,” Chaplain Orlando Jordan Jr. said Jordan says the campaign was borne as an idea to create better relationships with […]

  • ‘Who doesn’t like to play baseball?’ Greenfield dad builds field for son’s youth league team

    GREENFIELD, Ind. — Baseball is a sport passed down from father to son. But for one Greenfield father, the tradition of sharing the game has gone a step further. Three years ago, Adam Wahl had grown tired of the lack of practice time his son’s youth league team was getting on local baseball fields. The large number of teams in the area also caused the quality of the available fields to be less than optimal. Wahl decided to take things […]

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