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Zach Myers joined the FOX59/CBS4 News team in 2005. After several years of live reporting for FOX59 Morning News, Zach became the station’s first Weekend Morning News anchor in 2010. In addition to anchoring FOX59 Morning News Weekend, he also reports during the week for FOX59’s 4 p.m., 5 p.m., 6 p.m. and 7 p.m. newscasts.

Zach is a graduate of Indiana University Bloomington, where he earned his bachelor’s degree from the Ernie Pyle School of Journalism. Before coming to FOX59, he spent seven years at NBC33 in Fort Wayne, where he worked as a producer, reporter and morning news anchor. He is a lifelong Hoosier, a member of the Sigma Chi Fraternity and an accomplished drummer.

Zach and his wife, Heather, live in Greenwood with their two children. Heather is an attorney who has an office in Greenwood.

Recent Articles
  • Failed drug screening leads parole agents to find guns, drugs and cash in east side home

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – A recently failed drug screen led agents with the Indianapolis Parole Division to a cache of guns and drugs at a home on the east side of Indianapolis. Eric Vanatti, Senior State Parole Agent with the Indianapolis Parole District, says 21-year-old R’Reale McMahan failed a drug screening at a regularly scheduled meeting with her parole agent on Monday. “And as a part of our procedure, we decided to go to the house and do a compliance check,” […]

  • Computer problems, long voting lines being investigated by Indiana Secretary of State

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Computer problems that caused slowdowns at polling locations in seven Indiana counties are now being investigated by the Indiana Secretary of State’s Office. Server issues at Oklahoma-based Election Systems and Software caused electronic poll books to freeze up at voting sites November 6. The most widespread problems occurred at polling locations across Johnson County, but also affected voting in Brown, Carroll, Elkhart, Hancock, Howard and Monroe counties, according to Johnson County Clerk Sue Ann Misiniec. Misiniec has called […]

  • Clark-Pleasant Schools hiring new officers, moving forward with new safety plans

    WHITELAND, Ind.– One month after Johnson County voters approved an 8-year, $12 million referendum for school safety measures at Clark-Pleasant Schools, the district is already in the process of hiring new police officers to work in school buildings. Clark-Pleasant officials hope to have two new resource officers hired in time to start working in schools after students return from winter break. Currently, the district has three officers working during the school day. One officer works inside Whiteland High School, another officer works […]

  • Tow truck driver says somebody shot window at south side apartment complex

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind – Managers at local tow companies are calling a weekend incident a scary reminder of the dangers tow truck drivers often face while on the job. A driver for Hix Wrecker Service called police to report somebody had shot out the driver side window of his truck at the Madison Village Apartments late Saturday night.  The driver said it happened as he was hooking up a vehicle for towing.  The driver told his manager it may have been […]

  • Franklin teachers bring students educational experiences from outside the classroom

    FRANKLIN, Ind. – Not many people can say they’ve flown over an active volcano in a small helicopter. Not only can Beth Foraker say she can, she’s also sharing what she learned about Hawaii’s alternative energy strategy with her chemistry and physics students at Franklin Community High School. “The only way I could see the geothermal plant was flying over top of the volcano in a helicopter, which was awesome,” Foraker said. Foraker’s recent trip to Hawaii was made possible […]

  • INDOT and DPW drivers patrolling for slick spots Tuesday night

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Salt truck drivers around Indianapolis patrolled routes and salted potential slick spots Tuesday afternoon, with those efforts expected to continue into the night. Temperatures are expected to stay well below freezing Tuesday night, into Wednesday morning. Indiana Department of Transportation spokesperson Scott Manning said the department had 30 salt truck drivers activated around the metro area. “We expect to have folks out until the snow finally stops, and even after that,” he said. The Indianapolis Department of […]

  • Traffic stop becomes act of holiday kindness in Hendricks County

    HENDRICKS COUNTY, Ind. – A central Indiana woman is thanking a member of the Hendricks County Sheriff’s Office for turning a recent traffic stop into an act of holiday kindness for her and her young daughter. Megan Nierman, who manages the salon in the Ulta Beauty store in the Shoppes at Perry Crossing, says she is raising her 2-year-old daughter without child support because her ex-husband lives in another country. A couple weeks ago, Nierman says she was pulled over […]

  • Program aims to get Bartholomew County drug offenders back on track

    BARTHOLOMEW COUNTY, Ind. – The Bartholomew County Council was expected to pass a salary ordinance for a final case worker Monday night, paving the way for a new drug treatment program for men. Rob Gaskill, who runs residential services at the Bartholomew County Community Corrections Center, says all the pieces are nearly in place for a program called REALM, which stands for Recovery Enables a Life for Men. The program is largely modeled after the county’s program for women called Women […]

  • Wintry forecast prompts DPW and INDOT to activate salt truck drivers

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind – Officials with the Indianapolis Department of Public Works (DPW) and Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) say they are ready to handle winter weather in the forecast this week. The Weather Authority forecast is calling for rain turning to snow Monday night. Indy DPW announced Monday they will have 33 drivers report to work Monday evening at 6 p.m. to begin treating roadways as needed and monitoring conditions. At 11 p.m., the number of drivers will increase to 70, […]

  • Johnson County mayors call for accountability after Election Day mess

    JOHNSON COUNTY, Ind – The mayors of Johnson County’s two largest cities are calling for accountability after computer problems brought countywide voting to a virtual halt for several hours on election day. And while the mayors have no jurisdiction over county-run elections, they say the extended delays affected their residents who were trying to vote Tuesday. “We shouldn’t be paying for a system that we struggle with,” said Franklin Mayor, Steve Barnett.  “I mean this is 2018.” Barnett and Greenwood […]