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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
  • Burger King robbery foiled after employees run out of the building

    SPEEDWAY, Ind.– A robbery attempt at a Burger King in Speedway didn’t go as planned after employees in the restaurant ran out the doors, leaving the would-be robbers to walk away empty handed. The incident occurred on Sunday at 11:45 a.m. Security video from the Burger King in the 6300 block of Crawfordsville Road shows two men calmly walk up to the restaurant before entering and pulling handguns. One of the men wore a dark-colored hoodie and hat pulled down low […]

  • Proposed property tax hike would give raises to Franklin teachers, counselors and support staff

    FRANKLIN, Ind. – Franklin Community Schools will ask voters to approve a property tax increase to give teachers and support staff members raises and hire more school counselors. Superintendent David Clendening calls the proposed tax increase a last resort measure, but necessary to improve the district. “Our kids deserve great teachers, they deserve great support staff and mental health for safety for our kids,” Clendening said. “And so we’re asking that the community come together and partner with us to help […]

  • Southport police hope teen’s arrest will lead to answers about counterfeit bills

    SOUTHPORT, Ind.– Southport police officials are hoping an early morning arrest will help lead investigators to the source of some widely circulated counterfeit money. Southport Police Chief Tom Vaughn says officers recovered eleven counterfeit $100 bills after arresting a teenage suspect early Monday morning. Southport police suspected the bills were fake and reported the incident to the U.S. Secret Service. Vaughn said information from the Secret Service office quickly shed light on the scope of what they had found. “They […]

  • Former Greenwood councilman pleads guilty to voyeurism, sentenced to two weekends in jail

    UPDATE:  Brent Corey pleaded guilty to Voyeurism Thursday afternoon and was sentenced to two three-day weekends in jail. Corey admitted to secretly filming women at his lake house while they were changing and using the bathroom. After serving his weekend jail sentences, Corey will be placed on probation for a year and undergo counseling. —– JOHNSON COUNTY, Ind – A former Greenwood City Council member is formally charged with level 6 voyeurism, accused of secretly recording videos of several woman […]

  • New Whiteland officials concerned about US 31 traffic plan

    NEW WHITELAND, Ind.– New Whiteland Town Council members are expressing concerns about a plan intended to increase safety and traffic flow at the intersection of U.S. 31 and Tracy Road. According to traffic records presented in a recent town council meeting, the intersection and nearby area has seen 67 crashes in the last three years. 19 of those crashes involved injuries that required medical attention. The Indiana Department of Transportation is considering a $750,000 plan to redesign the intersection using a […]

  • Company hired to investigate erosion of veterans memorial in Columbus

    COLUMBUS, Ind. – Officials are hiring an area company to investigate pockets of erosion that are causing parts of the Bartholomew County Veterans Memorial to crumble and crack. The commissioners plan to pay Columbus-based Dunlap and Company, Inc. up to $7,500 to find out what is causing several of the memorial’s limestone pillars to crack at the base. Dunlap and Co., Inc. is the same company that installed the 25 pillars in 1997. The 40-feet tall pillars stand just outside the […]

  • Johnson County to change election equipment before May Primary

    JOHNSON COUNTY, Ind – The Johnson County Election Board and Commissioners are cutting ties with software vendor that caused system crashes which resulted in thousands of voters waiting in lines for hours during the November 6 election. The Johnson County Commissioners voted Monday to adopt Election Board recommendations that the county terminate its contract with Omaha-based Election Systems and Software. “We just want to ensure that we have a good election,” said Johnson County Clerk Trena McGlaughlin.  “We don’t want […]

  • Jackson County plan would allow up to $1,000 fine for drivers who ignore flood warnings

    JACKSON COUNTY, Ind. – The president of the Jackson County Council is proposing a plan that would allow a maximum $1,000 fine for a driver who disregards flood warnings, becomes stranded in flood water, and requires rescue. Council President Dave Hall says emergency responders in the county have had to rescue 15 drivers who became stranded in flood water since early December. And while Hall says he understands accidents and honest mistakes happen, the dangerous situations often result from drivers underestimating […]

  • Franklin Community Schools to test school bus seat belts

    FRANKLIN, Ind.– Franklin Community Schools Transportation officials will soon begin testing to see whether seat belts improve discipline and safety on school buses. A single bus, outfitted with lap-shoulder seat belts, arrived at the district’s transportation garage a few days ago. After it passes inspection from Indiana State Police, it will begin transporting students by the end of the month. Transportation Director Doug Dickinson says the test should last about a month, and he hopes it will answer several questions […]

  • Car crashes into building, teen arrested for OWI

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind – A 19 year old Indianapolis man was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence after police responded to a car crashed into the front of building on the northwest side of the city. Indianapolis Metropolitan police responded to the 4200 block of North High School Road just after 1:30 a.m. Sunday. Officers arrived to find a 2005 Infinity sedan had smashed through the front glass door of the building.  The impact was enough to send the […]

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