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
  • Greenwood to only pay board members for meetings they attend

    GREENWOOD, Ind – Starting next year, members of Greenwood city boards will only be paid for meetings they attend. The Greenwood City Council voted 7-2 in favor of a budget amendment that ties board members’ attendance at meetings to their pay. Currently, most city board members are paid a salary based on $50 per meeting. Members of the Board of Public Works make more than $400 per meeting. The 2020 budget includes a 50% raise for those board members, the […]

  • Authorities dismiss auto theft case filed against Greenfield ID theft victim

    GREENFIELD, Ind — Authorities in Hancock County have dismissed an auto theft charge against a woman who says the theft was perpetrated by someone posing as her. Kristen Parr, 25, was arrested late Thursday night at her Speedway home and booked into the Hancock County jail on a charge of auto theft. She was accused of taking a car for a test drive and never returning it to West Main Auto Sales on September 27. Parr spent four nights and […]

  • Crashes in I-65 work zone prompt police to urge driver to be cautious

    JACKSON COUNTY, Ind. — Indiana State Police are asking drivers to use more caution after two crashes occurred in an interstate work zone that has seen an increase in accidents over the last year and a half. Wednesday afternoon saw a crash that left a RV destroyed after it crashed into a barrier wall and caught fire. The accident happened in the northbound lanes of I-65 near State Road 11. State police say everyone in the RV escaped. Another crash […]

  • Drivers in Johnson County prepare for sewer work and road closures

    JOHNSON COUNTY, Ind – Drivers in the Center Grove area of Johnson County are bracing for a series of traffic closures on the heavily-traveled Fairview Road. Starting this Monday, the intersection of Fairview and Bluff Roads will close to traffic, along with a section of Fairview Road between Bluff Road and Paddock Drive. The intersection of Bluff and Fairview Roads is expected to last until November 15, according to the latest project timeline.  When the Bluff Road intersection reopens, the […]

  • Students taken to hospital after shot mix-up at Lawrence Township school

    LAWRENCE TOWNSHIP, Ind.– More than a dozen students were sent to area hospitals after being given the wrong shot at a Lawrence Township school Monday. The school district said 16 students were undergoing a TB screening at McKenzie Center for Innovation and Technology when medical personnel from Community Health Network administered a small dosage of insulin instead. The students were taken to area hospitals for observation, according to the school district, and were accompanied by McKenzie staff and school personnel. […]

  • Indy Fraternal Order of Police president on weekend shooting: ‘Where’s the outrage?’

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind — The president of the Indianapolis Fraternal Order of Police Tuesday criticized the city’s response to a weekend shooting that left three adults and three juveniles injured in downtown Indianapolis. “Where is the outrage?” Rick Snyder said in an afternoon news conference. “Where are our elected, departmental, business and civic leaders declaring that violence such as this is unacceptable in our community?” Snyder, along with Reverend Charles Harrison of Indy Ten Point Coalition, called for action to help […]

  • Man suspected in at least 70 thefts from home improvement stores in central Indiana

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – The Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department (IMPD) and surrounding agencies are looking to identify and arrest a man believed to be responsible for 70 to 80 thefts from central Indiana home improvement stores. Detective Michael Schollmeier says the man has been stealing power tools and tool kits from stores like Home Depot and Lowe’s since December of 2017. “The unofficial amount is right around $100,000 is where we’re at, what we’ve known he’s taken from the home improvement […]

  • Autopsy shows no evidence of trauma or physical injuries in Franklin infant’s death

    FRANKLIN, Ind  – Indiana State Police (ISP) announced Wednesday an autopsy revealed no signs of physical injuries or trauma to an 8-week old infant who died Tuesday in Franklin. ISP also said no arrests have been made and no charges have been filed in relation to the little girl’s death. CBS4 is not identifying the infant. An official cause of death has not yet been ruled, pending toxicology test results, and the investigation is ongoing, ISP Sgt. John Perrine said […]

  • Increasing truck traffic causing concerns east of Greenwood

    JOHNSON COUNTY, Ind — Several residents who live on the outskirts of Greenwood are asking city and county leaders to find some solution to an increase in semi truck traffic on local roads that aren’t designed for the large vehicles. Steve Dougherty says he and his neighbors witness semi truck drivers failing to make tight turns and getting stuck in ditches about once a month at the corner of Griffith and Rocklane Roads, just east of Greenwood city limits. “Semis […]

  • INDOT is taking extra steps to avoid repeat of weekend I-70 closures

    HANCOCK COUNTY, Ind – Officials with the Indiana Department of Transportation say two emergency closures of I-70 over the weekend will prompt them to take extra steps to prevent something similar from happening again. A buckling of shoulder pavement forced INDOT to close eastbound I-70 east of Greenfield Saturday afternoon.  The crumbled pavement appeared in an area where traffic had been shifted to the left lane and shoulder to make room for repair work that started September 6.  Eastbound traffic […]

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