Beairshelle Edmé is a passionate, driven and talented
storyteller who is the total PKG: anchor, reporter, producer
photographer, and editor.
An award-winning journalist, Beairshelle (PRONUNCER:
beer-shell) brings people and their untold stories to the
forefront, which fulfills her passion to serve as the public's
The 2X Emmy award-winning journalist currently serves
Central Indiana as the main evening anchor at 5PM, 6PM
and 10PM at FOX 59 News, WXIN-TV. During her time in
Indianapolis, she's covered the FedEx mass shooting,
Greenwood Mall mass shooting, Covid-19 pandemic,
Delphi murders, and officer-involved shooting of Dreasjon
Reed. She's also moderated several town-halls; election
specials and field anchored the Indy 500 race; Black
History Month & Veteran's Day 30-minute specials.
A Philadelphia native, she remains a die-hard Philly sports
fan, which means she's often hoarse on-air after the
Eagles' and Sixers' games. The 2018 Eagles'
championship remains a lifetime victory, which Beairshelle
contributed to with years of simultaneous boos & cheers!
Her love of sports is only matched with her love of cuisine.
In fact, the foodie imagines she too is a James Beard
award-winning chef, at least in her kitchen.
Additionally, she enjoys volunteering in her community,
and that same passion for giving back invigorates her
calling as a journalist.
Previously, Beairshelle worked as a weekend morning
anchor for the the Triangle (Raleigh, North Carolina) at
WNCN-TV. There she covered both Hurricanes Matthew &
Florence, the Amber Alert & death investigation of 3-year
-old Mariah Woods, the Confederate controversy, & the
statewide teacher protest. Beairshelle also worked as a
fill-in anchor and reporter in the Miami Valley (Dayton,
Ohio) at WDTN-TV. There she dominated political
reporting, which included exclusives on the effort to
legalize marijuana in Ohio, & the John Crawford
She started her on-air career in Siouxland (Iowa, Nebraska
and South Dakota) at KMEG-TV as an anchor and general
Beairshelle is an alumna of Loyola University Maryland,
and a member of the National Association of Black
Journalists, Society of Professional Journalists of Indiana,
and NATAS Central Great Lakes.
She can't wait to #seeyouonTV.
~ Something truly fruitful happens when a journalist has a passionate heart, a curious mind and heavy
shoulders from being the public's advocate.