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
  • Increase in ‘dog flu’ cases in Michigan raising concerns for traveling Hoosiers

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Veterinarians around the Great Lakes are seeing more cases of dogs getting sick. They’re coming down with canine influenza, and the highest number of cases are in Michigan. Earlier this month, Michigan officials raised concerns about the growing number of dog flu cases, especially in the southern portion of the state. The Department of Agriculture and Rural Development said there were 49 confirmed cases of canine influenza since mid-July, compared to only nine cases in the entire […]

  • Police: Vandals damage Revolutionary War-era headstones at Morristown cemetery

    MORRISTOWN, Ind. – Police in Morristown are searching for vandals who damaged Revolutionary War-era headstones in a cemetery. Officers were dispatched to Davis-Bennett Cemetery on Sunday around 4:30 p.m. on a report of multiple damaged tombstones. The caretaker at the cemetery told police 22 headstones were pushed over, broken or damaged by impact. This is the second time in the last year the cemetery has been vandalized. Graves in the Davis Cemetery date back as far as the late 1700’s, […]

  • INDOT: Section 5 of I-69 project will be completed near mid-September

    BLOOMINGTON, Ind. – After four years of work, I-69 is expected to be finally extended nearly another 22 miles, bringing it closer to Indianapolis. Last August, the Indiana Department of Transportation took over direct control of Section 5 of the project, a stretch that goes from south of Bloomington to south of Martinsville. While no deadline was set, INDOT officials said at that time they wanted to be finished with the work by the end of August 2018. “The August […]

  • 911 center given access to Muncie Community Schools camera system

    MUNCIE, Ind. – Having eyes and ears inside a school during an emergency situation can benefit police and other first responders. That’s why leaders with Muncie Community Schools have given access to their school cameras over to dispatchers. The school district has close to 200 cameras combined in its 10 school buildings. Dispatchers at the Delaware County Emergency Operations Center can already view the cameras from their office. “It will shorten response time,” said Muncie Community Schools board president, Jim […]

  • New exhibit highlights 100 years of women police protecting Indianapolis

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – It might be an unknown fact to many, but women have worked as sworn police officers for a century in Indianapolis. On June 18, 1918, 14 women were sworn in and given a badge, and now their commitment to the city is being highlighted at the Indianapolis Public Library. The exhibit, called “Women Behind the Badge” will be on display for the public at the library’s central branch until Friday, Sept. 21. The collection of photos, uniforms […]

  • Columbus North student meets city, fire officials about baby box senior project

    COLUMBUS, Ind. – A teenager hopes dozens of visits to the local scrap metal yard will pay dividends for the upcoming school year. Hunter Wart, who will start his final year at Columbus North High School next week, is recycling old appliances and aluminum cans with the hopes of using the money to fund a baby box at a city fire station. Wart said he first learned about the box late last year. Before school let out for the summer, […]

  • Veterans Transportation Network looking for more drivers in Johnson County

    FRANKLIN, Ind. – To help cut down on the time of a shift and the miles on the road, the Johnson County Veterans Transportation Network is looking for additional drivers. Drivers are volunteers who take veterans from their homes to a doctor at a Department of Veteran’s Affairs hospital and then back home. Jim McIntire has been running the county-wide program for a few years. He said he trusts the drivers he has in place now, and those on stand-by, […]

  • On anniversary of USS Indianapolis’ final sail, nephew honors uncle who was lost at sea

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Monday marked the 73rd anniversary of the day the USS Indianapolis sank. To honor the people who served on its final sail, Michael William Emery stood for an honor watch by the USS Indianapolis National Memorial at the north end of the Canal Walk. It was the third year Emery stood on the day of the anniversary. He makes the trip from Concord, Massachusetts to honor his uncle, William Friend Emery. Emery never met his uncle but […]

  • City of Indy to continue community conversations to improve police relations

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – City leaders said the best way to improve trust and the relationship between the community and police is to continue the conversation between the two parties. That’s why at least three more community conversations are taking place, and they’ll continue until they’re no longer needed. The announcement came Friday morning at Charles A. Tindley Accelerated School, which will host a discussion Saturday, July 28. It starts at 10 a.m. “It’s not enough to do this once, a […]

  • Rural, volunteer fire departments to receive $284,000 from DNR

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Small Indiana fire departments are getting funding to help combat wildland fires. This year, through the Indiana DNR Volunteer Fire Assistance grant program, a combined $284,000 is going to 64 different fire agencies. The grants, announced by DNR director Cameron Clark, are administered by the DNR Division of Forestry and made available through the U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service. The money awarded ranges from $1,225 to $5,000. Overall, fire departments in 40 different Indiana counties will […]