Abby Jackson

Abby Jackson joined FOX 55 News in July 2017 as a Multi-Media Journalist.

Title: Multimedia Journalist

Abby Jackson joined FOX 55 News in July 2017 as a Multi-Media Journalist. Growing up in Winamac, Indiana, Abby graduated from Ball State University in May of 2017.

While at Ball State, Abby studied Journalism and Telecommunications. She was also involved in NewsLink Indiana.

In the spring of 2017, Abby had the opportunity to intern at WTHR in Indianapolis, Indiana.

When she's not reporting, Abby enjoys longboarding, playing music, and yoga.

If you have a story idea, feel free to email Abby at You can also connect with Abby on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

Recent Posts by Abby Jackson

Rescue Mission announces educational partnership with Indiana Wesleyan

Rescue Mission residents and staff will be able to attend class at a discounted tuition rate.

Congressman Jim Banks in Huntington for town hall meeting

North east Indiana residents who heard Congressman Jim Banks speak Friday morning in Huntington were most concerned with the national debt, national security, and recent comments made by President Trump regarding John McCain.

Two people shot while sleeping in bed overnight

A woman is in critical condition and a man was seriously hurt after they were shot while sleeping in bed overnight.

Celina student suspended for project meant to honor fallen soldiers

When Tyler Carlin was assigned a project at school, he immediately thought of our nation's veterans. He planned to build a battle cross.

AWS Foundation unveils disability resource website

Indiana Disability Resource Finder allows users to connect with services in their community to better understand a disability and get more involved in their coommunity.

Purdue Fort Wayne hosts 30th annual health fair

Students, staff, and community members were able to visit with emotional support dogs, work on arts and crafts, enter into drawings, and talk to health care professionals.

Howe Military Academy releases new details of closure

Howe Military Academy said the decision to close their 135-year-old school comes due to a decline in enrollment over the last year, despite seeing an increase over the last year.

Suspect hits another car during police chase

Two people were hurt after a suspect hit another vehicle during a police chase early Wednesday morning.

Local Muslim community reacts to shootings in New Zealand

Dr. Gohar Salam of the Universal Education Foundation Islamic Center said prayer services at mosques are meant for peace and reflection.

South Adams students pack meals for impoverished

During the first of three packing sessions Friday, the students packed 38,000 meals. That's enough to feed more than 100 kids for a year.

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