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
  • Report ranks Indy as one of the top 20 ‘rattiest’ cities in the U.S.

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. —Indianapolis just received a not-so-great distinction. According to pest control company Orkin, the Circle City is one of the “rattiest” cities in the country–16th to be exact. Orkin says the ranking is based on the number rodent treatments performed in the last year. Chicago, Los Angeles and New York took the top three spots. Local pest control experts said rats can be a problem in Indy but added that typically the rodents tend to gravitate towards areas close […]

  • Archdiocese of Indianapolis releases list of more than 20 priests accused of sexual abuse

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.– The Archdiocese of Indianapolis released a list on Thursday of priests who have been credibly accused of sexual abuse of a minor. The list includes 19 priests for the Archdiocese of Indianapolis and four priests who were members of religious orders who served in the Archdiocese dating back to the 1940s. The Archdiocese says it reports all abuse allegations to Child Protective Services and police. Officials encourage any victim to reach out to authorities to report abuse. “I […]

  • As some evacuate, some Hoosiers “riding out” Hurricane Michael in Florida

    PANAMA CITY BEACH, FL—As local and federal authorities in Florida focus their efforts on Hurricane Michael’s destruction and keeping people safe, some Central Indiana Hoosiers are also finding themselves caught in Michael’s path.  Caitlin Snyder,Cody Donald,Charissa Birnbaum, and Jordan Lingle say they were in the middle of a week long vacation in Destin when they got the news that Michael would make landfall. To avoid being caught in the storm the quartet opted to evacuate and drive to Nashville Tuesday […]

  • “Pop-Tart police officer” opens after school program in Boone County

    ADVANCE,Ind. – A town marshal, in Advance,  famous for his “Pop-Tart” policing method is now taking another step to help community children. Brad Thomas gained praise last year for his morning routine of standing at the town’s bus stop and handing out Pop-Tarts to children as they got on the school bus. At the time, Thomas said his goal was to create a relationship with the kids and establish himself as a resource for whatever they may need. In February, […]

  • Butler University using national competition to spread flu vaccine awareness

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Butler University is upping its efforts to get its students and staff vaccinated with the flu vaccine. For the second year, the university has entered itself into the Alana Yaksich National College/ University Flu Vaccination Challenge, a competition for schools across the country to gauge their effectiveness of getting their population vaccinated. Last year, Butler finished in fifth place among small schools. This year, they hope to take the top spot. “We’re hoping for a couple thousand […]

  • Experts offer tips to prevent mold from working its way into your home

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Officials at IU Bloomington say they are looking into what caused mold to grow inside the rooms of the Foster and McNutt dorm residences. An IU spokesperson confirms that roughly 20 students had to be temporarily moved out of their rooms. Some only had to leave for a few hours. Crews are now addressing the ventilation systems, following high humidity in the area. “This is something that has not been a regular occurrence. We’ve had an unusually humid […]

  • Advocates draw attention to why sexual assaults go unreported

    INDIANAPOLIS, IN—The multiple allegations of sexual misconduct surrounding US Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh is perhaps the biggest story of the week. But as Kavanaugh’s accusers come under increasingly intense scrutiny, experts are drawing attention to why so many victims of sexual assault may have difficulty with sharing their experience until years after the trauma occurred. Kristen Pulice, the chief operating officer for the Indiana Coalition to End Sexual Assault says the reasons can be as varied as the victims […]

  • Carmel VFW looking for baseballs, gloves for troops overseas

    CARMEL, Ind. – VFW Post 10003 in Carmel is putting the call out for Hoosiers to support members of the military who are currently overseas by donating sports equipment. Post officials are asking for baseball gloves, bats, balls and other sporting goods to ship to the men and women who are currently stationed overseas. “It brings home that much closer to them and it helps ease that tension. And it reminds them what they’re fighting for and why they’re doing the […]

  • Carmel VFW Post 10003 looking to donate baseballs, gloves for troops overseas

    CARMEL, Ind. – VFW Post 10003 in Carmel is putting the call out for Hoosiers to support members of the military who are currently overseas by donating sports equipment. Post officials are asking for baseball gloves, bats, balls and other sporting goods to ship to the men and women who are currently stationed overseas. “It brings home that much closer to them and it helps ease that tension. And it reminds them what they’re fighting for and why they’re doing the […]

  • Hamilton County first responders spend week training for active shooter situations

    FISHERS, Ind. – Hamilton County first responders are coming together this week to train for active shooter situations. More than 240 first responders from multiple agencies in Hamilton County have spent most of the week engaged in training sessions on how to respond in unison to an active assailant. The sessions are part of a three-year effort to coordinate emergency response training. “So if we’re all on the same page and everybody is moving in the right direction together, in […]