Q: What is favorite way to spend a day off?
A: Outdoors near water
Q: What is on your iPod?
A: Sia, Sade, Anita Baker, Patti LaBelle
Q: What is your favorite vacation spot?
A: San Diego
Q: What is your favorite childhood memory?
A: Christmas with family and time on the beach
Q: When you have visitors to Indy, where do you take them?
A: Monument Circle and the Canal
Q: What is the scariest thing you have ever done?
A: Driving into the path of active tornadoes
Q: If you weren't in your current profession, what would you be doing?
A: I would be a beach yoga instructor.
Q: What was your first job?
A: Baskin Robbins
Eboné Monét is veteran journalist and comes to RTV6 from Little Rock, Ark.
During her time in Little Rock, she was a lead general assignment reporter and won several awards. She covered such stories as the Albert Pike Flood that killed 20 people camping in the Ouachita Mountains.
She followed the capital murder trial in the killing of a local news anchor and another in the murder of an Arkansas Tech University student.
She has also covered deadly severe weather, including a 2007 tornado listed by the National Weather Service as having one of the longest tracks in Arkansas history.
Before that, Eboné worked as a multi-media journalist, morning show co-host and weather anchor in Sioux Falls, S.D., covering such stories as the state's controversial abortion ban and the state's first execution in 60 years.
She also worked as a bureau reporter at in Idaho Falls/Pocatello, Idaho.
She began her career as an editorial assistant at KABC-TV and then KNBC-TV, both in Los Angeles, Calif.
A graduate of the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), Eboné majored in communications with a specialization in mass media and a minor in social welfare.
The San Diego native loves the beach and Mexican food, and when she is not working she enjoys running, spending time with friends and family and watching 80s movies.