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INDIANAPOLIS — Cyndi Carrasco has conceded in her bid to unseat Democrat Ryan Mears in the race for Marion County Prosecutor. Mears, who was originally put into the seat following the resignation of Terry Curry, will now serve his first full term as the prosecutor of Indiana’s most populous county. Following the concession, Mears released […]

INDIANAPOLIS — Two people were injured — one very seriously — in a crash involving four vehicles early Wednesday on Interstate 70 on the city’s northeast side, police say. Witnesses told police that one of the people hurt may have been running across the interstate when they were struck by a driver, according to Indiana […]

INDIANAPOLIS — The suspected assailant in a deadly shooting Saturday at a church on the city’s northeast side is the ex-husband of the victim’s wife, court documents reveal. A probable cause affidavit alleges the 32-year-old suspect shot Alan Turman, 42, while the latter was attending a funeral for his mother-in-law. Turman was with his mother when he […]

INDIANAPOLIS — Less than three years after project completion, IndyGo says they are ripping up existing pavement at Red Line stations and doing it all over. It’s all part of the “Red Line Enhancement Project” and IndyGo says it will cost them $3 million. IndyGo says the upgrades will give additional long-term stability and protect […]

HAMILTON COUNTY — The Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office is investigating reports of voter interference at an early voting location in Carmel. “We take criminal allegations very seriously and I want to assure the public that this complaint will be reviewed with the utmost diligence in conjunction with the Hamilton County Elections Board,” Hamilton County Sheriff […]

  INDIANAPOLIS— The air is cooler, the leaves are changing, and eerie decorations are making their way out. That’s right Halloween time is here. With Halloween, of course comes trick-or-treating. Check out the list below to find out what time trick-or-treating takes place in your area this year. Unless noted, all times are on Halloween, […]

INDIANAPOLIS — AES Indiana is sharing a message to their customers after they say they’re seeing an increase in phone scams where callers claim to be from the company. A woman reached out to WRTV saying she received one of the calls and was told that someone was on the way to shut her power […]

In seven starts this season, the former Falcons QB has thrown for 2,008 yards with nine touchdowns and nine interceptions with the nine picks being tops in the NFL.

The NAEP released its Nation's Report Card for the first time in three years and the findings are alarming for students overall as math and reading scores nationally fell dramatically due to the pandemic.

WEST LAFAYETTE — Former President George W. Bush is coming to Indiana to speak with Purdue University President Mitch Daniels, who served in the White House as Bush’s first budget director. “A Conversation with George W. Bush” is scheduled for 6 p.m. on Tuesday, Dec. 6, in the Elliott Hall of Music. Purdue says the […]

Ind. — A new analysis from GasBuddy found that gas prices are falling in Indiana, and could drop below $3 by next spring. Patrick De Haan, GasBuddy Analyst, tells WRTV that after restoration and maintenance at two nearby refineries in Whiting, Indiana and Oregon, Ohio, Indianapolis gas prices have dropped. Both refineries were damaged by […]

INDIANAPOLIS — A new program in Marion County is linking new families to needed baby supplies. On Wednesday, Washington Township kicked off the “Welcome Baby” support program. Welcome Baby is open to Washington Township residents who also qualify for emergency assistance. “If you start at the very basic from birth to the first six months, […]