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
  • Tax increase proposed for expansion of Johnson County Jail

    JOHNSON COUNTY, Ind. – People who live and work in Johnson County could be required to pay more in county income taxes in order to pay for an expansion of the county jail. The County Council is meeting Monday at 6 p.m. to go over details and get public input on a proposal to increase the county income tax rate from 1 percent to 1.2 percent. Money raised from the tax increase would be used to add enough space for roughly […]

  • Residents in Franklin Township frustrated by overlapping road construction

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Some residents on the southeast side of Indianapolis say overlapping road construction projects are making it hard to get around. Two roundabout construction projects have Edgewood Avenue closed between Arlington Avenue and Franklin Road. Most people who live and drive in the area knew the construction and road closures were coming. However, they didn’t plan on losing a popular detour round to the south on Southport Road. A short portion of Southport Road, west of Franklin Road, […]

  • Pendleton’s June Jamboree kicks off 1 week after tornado tears through town

    PENDLETON, Ind. — Immediately after an EF-2 tornado ripped through the town of Pendleton on Memorial Day, community leaders said they were determined to host the town’s annual June Jamboree as planned from June 4 through June 8. A week later, residents and town officials are crediting a community-wide cleanup and recovery effort with making that possible. “The community outpouring was fantastic,” said Pendleton Town Manager Tim McClintick. “Not only the community as far as local citizens, but the communities […]

  • IFD asks community to look for suspicious activity at vacant homes

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Indianapolis Fire Department officials are asking residents across the city to serve as extra eyes and ears in their own neighborhoods after the department responded to multiple fires at vacant structures Sunday. Battalion Chief Rita Reith says four out of the six fires that happened within a 12-hour period Sunday occurred at houses or apartments that were supposed to be empty. The fires happened in different parts of the city, and the cause of each fire remains […]

  • Window damage investigated at Children’s Museum of Indianapolis

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — The Indianapolis Metropolitan Police and officials at the Children’s Museum of Indianapolis are trying to determine the cause of overnight damage to one of the museum’s windows. Brian Statz, Vice President of Operations at the Museum, said IMPD was called after employees heard a loud noise around 1 a.m. “We have night time cleaning staff who heard a loud noise in our food court area,” Statz said. “They investigated, called our security staff, and they found a […]

  • Organized retail crime increasing, costing customers more at checkout

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind – When 41-year-old William Allen allegedly shot Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Officer Eric Rosenbaum two weeks ago, Allen was already being investigated for multiple thefts at retail stores in at least two counties. Investigators believe Allen, who already had criminal history in four states, was making money through organized retail crime, or ORC. “When you are stealing product and making profit,” said Lowe’s Regional Security Director, Matt Thompson. Thompson oversees security and asset protection at 36 Lowe’s stores in […]

  • Teen missing leg to make history at Indianapolis Soap Box Derby

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – An Indianapolis teen will make history this weekend by being the first Indianapolis Soap Box Derby driver to compete with only one leg. Jaisen Evans, 19, says he never considered soap box derby as something he’d like to try. But that changed three weeks ago when he was passing by the Wilbur Shaw Memorial Hill near 30th and Cold Springs Road. “I was passing by the ramp and I was seeing all the cars go down and […]

  • Non-profit group plans opioid recovery house for women and their kids

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind – An Indianapolis-based non-profit group hopes to raise enough money to open a new recovery home for women struggling with opioid use and addiction. Organizers with Overdose Lifelinesay the residential treatment facility will be open to women who are pregnant and who have young children. “Our goal will be for children to remain with their mother to keep the family unit whole until at least the age of two,” said Overdose Lifeline founder, Justin Phillips.  “They’ll be women […]

  • State fire marshal’s office puts first K-9 arson investigator to work

    CAMP ATTEBURY, Ind – When state fire marshal investigators responded Monday to second fire at a Greenfield barn where a man was killed last week, they brought their newest team member with them. The Greenfield investigation, with is still ongoing, was the first deployment for the agency’s first arson K-9 unit. Misty, a 2-year-old black lab, is specially trained to sniff out possible signs of arson at a fire scene. “What the dog does is it helps find ignitable liquids […]

  • Franklin College study to seek peace with Canada geese

    FRANKLIN, Ind. – A $250,000 research grant will allow the Franklin College biology department to search for ways to better manage the Canada geese population across the country. The grant from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is the largest research grant Franklin College has ever received. Wildlife Biology Professor Ben O’Neal hopes the 4-year study will allow humans to live in peace with the often aggressive birds. “Wildlife is no longer restricted to just these remote sanctuaries,” O’Neal said. “They’re […]

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