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Lindsey Eaton Biography
Lindsey Eaton is an American journalist. She joined the Fox 59/CBS 4 team in December 2014 as a reporter for the evening newscasts.
When she’s not on your TV covering today’s news, you can catch her training for her next marathon, checking out Mass Ave. or cheering on her favorite teams: The Chicago Bears, The Chicago White Sox, and of course, the Indianapolis Indians.
Lindsey Eaton Age
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Lindsey Eaton Education
Eaton graduated from Capital University in Columbus, Ohio with multiple degrees including Radio/Television and Communications.Lindsey Eaton photo
Lindsey Eaton Career
Most recently Lindsey worked as a reporter/anchor at WGHP-FOX 8 in Greensboro, North Carolina. Her most memorable story began just like all great stories, with a hero.
She covered the homecoming of a triple-amputee Marine. The story gained national attention, which helped the well-deserved Veteran receive a handicap accessible home built specifically for him. It was this story that earned Lindsey an AP Award as well as an Emmy nomination.
Before the East Coast, Lindsey was an anchor/reporter for KREX-TV in Grand Junction, Colorado where she covered everything from Presidential campaign appearances to marijuana legislation and even did an undercover investigation that led to the removal of several massage parlors that were discovered to be prostitution rings.
Lindsey Eaton Facts
Some things you may not know about Lindsey is that while she may only be five feet tall she is a certified kickboxing instructor, a certified spin class instructor, and an avid golfer. The golf game needs improvement, but the spin and kickboxing classes were guaranteed to make you sweat.
Lindsey Eaton Noblesville
Article by Lindsey Eaton;
A Noblesville middle schooler is using a class project to help make his police department safer. Luke Moody raised thousands of dollars for bullet and stab-proof vests for K-9 officers in his community. It all started in science class as a global issues project.
“Originally, I was doing something else, trying to help fund clean water, but I wasn’t super interested in it. So, I found this idea, and I’ve been super passionate about,” said Moody, a student at Our Lady of Grace Catholic School.
Moody’s dad is in law enforcement. The 13-year-old realizes how important K-9’s are to every police department.
“It’s something I wanted to raise awareness for and raise money for to help the dogs out,” said Moody.
About a month ago, Moody started fundraising. His goal was $1,500. Now, he’s more than doubled the goal. The first donation was from his mom.
“She donated as anonymous, and then one of my friend’s moms, and then it just kept snowballing,” said Moody.
Lindsey Eaton Salem
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Two volunteer firefighters were hurt on the job. The Salem Township firefighters were trapped inside a flipped fire engine.
“(I) just thank God was in the right place for everybody,” said Salem Township Fire Chief Todd Lewis.
First responders were called out to a barn fire along 300 West in Daleville around 1 p.m. Tuesday. As crews loaded up and left the scene, a vehicle drove towards them, and the driver of the fire engine tried to move over.
Chief Lewis isn’t sure if either driver did anything wrong or if this was just a complete accident.
“On the roadway, there’s about a foot to a foot and a half drop off on each side, so when a big truck gets so far over it’s an overcorrection issue, trying to get it back squared up. (He) couldn’t get it done in time,” said Lewis.
The fire engine hit a utility pole and became entangled in power lines. The two firefighters were stuck upside down for 45 minutes until crews could safely get them out.
“(We) had to delay getting them extricated out of the vehicle because of the live power lines,” said Lewis.