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Randy Spieth is a multi-media journalist and reporter for Fox59/CBS4, who joined the team in February of 2017.

Randy comes to Indianapolis with more than ten years of experience. A native of Indiana’s first state capitol, Corydon, Randy spent time in Nebraska and Michigan before moving back to his home state in 2011.

Randy spent four years working in Fort Wayne, mostly in news but did frequently help out the station’s sports department, too.

He’s excited about his move to central Indiana. Randy has family who lives in Hendricks County and Monroe County. He’s also an Indiana University graduate. He studied Telecommunications while in Bloomington.

He’d like to cover at least one story in each of Indiana’s 92 counties.

The number one question he gets these days is if he is related to golfer Jordan Spieth. He says he doesn’t believe so, Jordan doesn’t play golf like any family member Randy knows. Randy adds Jordan’s success has helped everyone correctly pronounce his last name – which he appreciates.

Feel free to say hello, or send a story idea, to him at RSpieth@fox59.com.


Recent Articles
  • Health & Heritage Stellar region wins $14 million grant

    GREENFIELD, Ind. – Highly-coveted state funds will help boost two Hancock County communities. The Indiana Office of Community & Rural Affairs awarded the region of Greenfield and Fortville as one of the two Stellar Communities grant winners for 2018. This was the first year that the funds were given to a region, rather than an individual town or city. The two communities, along with the Hancock County government, made up the Health & Heritage region. “It was very exciting to […]

  • New Palestine police raising money to purchase, train new K-9

    NEW PALESTINE, Ind. – A new fundraising campaign is underway to bring another police dog to central Indiana. Leaders at the New Palestine Police Department said they want a dog to work overnight and help keep drugs out of their community. According to Sergeant Thomas Evans, the department last had a police dog nearly 20 years ago. However, when that handler retired, the dog moved on, too. Now, the department’s lone officer that works overnight could soon have a canine […]

  • Veterans court program helping former service members stay out of jail

    COLUMBUS, Ind. – Court resumed Thursday for veterans who are seeking treatment from drugs and alcohol abuse. It’s part of the Bartholomew County Veterans Treatment Court program to help veterans and keep them from spending time in jail. The program has been going on for more than two years in the county. Leaders said more and more communities are starting court programs for treatment to help veterans who have struggled following their military service. “The ultimate goal of the treatment […]

  • Potholes an issue early into winter for New Castle

    NEW CASTLE, Ind. – It’s early into winter and potholes are already getting filled. In New Castle, Council President Mark Koger recently raised the point in a city council meeting that potholes need to be addressed. “This is just a matter of bringing it to their attention, so it gets done,” Koger said. The councilman said he brought up the issue Monday because of a pothole that he noticed near his home along S. Main St. He said the chunk […]

  • New software coming to Madison County 911 center to speed up medical assistance

    ANDERSON, Ind. – A binder filled with basic medical procedures will soon be replaced with a computer program at Madison County Central Dispatch. The center for the county’s 911 system has had a guide of roughly 100 pages filled with a variety of medical procedures to help a caller. It’s part of a state mandate that 911 centers provide emergency medical dispatching, according to Madison County Central Dispatch Executive Director Brent Jensen. His office has used the binder system since […]

  • 3 Mt. Comfort Corridor communities vying for $14 million

    CUMBERLAND, Ind. – Three towns, linked by a two-lane road, hope they’ll soon be the recipient of a highly sought-after grant. The towns of McCordsville, New Palestine and Cumberland have joined up in hopes of winning $14 million in the Indiana Stellar Communities program. The state’s Stellar program is a multi-agency partnership designed to recognize smaller Hoosier communities and help them achieve comprehensive and collaborative plans to boost their economic development. It began in 2011 with two winning individual communities […]

  • 5 former Marsh stores heading to auction in December

    MUNCIE, Ind. – Vacant buildings that once held grocery stores could soon come under new ownership. Five former Marsh buildings are part of an auction in early December, with each property getting auctioned separately. The properties are headed to auction by Mission Capital Advisors, a national real estate capital markets solution firm. The five properties in Indiana are: 10901 East Washington Street in Indianapolis 3825 SR 26 East in Lafayette 3910 West Bethel Pike in Muncie 1301 South East Street […]

  • Plumbers describe day after Thanksgiving as ‘Brown Friday’

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. –  While some see the day after Thanksgiving as a big day filled with shopping, plumbers are always busy handling emergency calls. Many people have begun preparing a large turkey dinner and setting up the home to handle a couple dozen guests. Plumbers want people to remember it can take a toll on your home. The Friday after Thanksgiving is known in the industry as “Brown Friday,” and is known as the busiest day of the year. “A […]

  • Homeless agencies say recent scheme shouldn’t stop families from giving

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – The long drawn out scheme that appears to have been unraveled regarding a GoFundMe scheme comes at a bad time of year. Agencies that address homelessness around the city said they hope the news doesn’t prevent people from giving over the holidays. A year ago, a couple from New Jersey said they befriended a homeless man and raised more than $400,000 to help him get on his feet. Months later, news broke that the man never received […]

  • Call for $2 tax hike for cigarettes comes during Great American Smokeout

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – A new push is underway to up the price of cigarettes. The Raise It For Health Coalition announced Thursday at the Indiana Statehouse that it wants the price for a pack of cigarettes to go up by $2. The coalition is made up of business and healthcare leaders. Its goal is to see smoking rates drop, save lives, strengthen the state’s workforce, and raise revenue for public health programs. “When families smoke, it has a significant impact […]