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INDIANAPOLIS — On Monday, the City-County Council passed Mayor Joe Hogsett’s $1.46 billion 2023 operating budget. “I want to thank President Osili, Vice President Adamson, Leaders Lewis and Mowery, and both caucuses for their significant collaboration and support of our spending priorities,” Mayor Hogsett said. “The bipartisan passage of next year’s budget is a major […]

INDIANAPOLIS — A store where many people living in a Northside community shop for food and other basic items is closing. The Dollar General at 38th and College streets announced they will be closing. People WRTV spoke to say it is a big hit for the area. The store is in a food desert, meaning […]

INDIANAPOLIS — IndyGo’s newest form of public transportation has become a hot demand. It’s been five months since IndyGo launched IndyGo Connect, a ride-share pilot program for southeast side residents. “It’s awesome. It’s great. It’s cheap. It’s convenient. It’s quick, clean and comfortable. Can’t ask for more,” Mia Britt said. Britt relies on IndyGo Connect […]

INDIANAPOLIS — With winter approaching, utility companies across Indiana are telling customers that prices will likely be higher this winter. The heating season is described as November through March. State and federal utility assistance dollars are available for income-eligible customers. Those that fall within 60 percent of state median income should visit their local community […]

INDIANAPOLIS — Wednesday was the first day of early voting in Indiana and many people headed to the polls to cast their ballots. However, in Indiana, voter turnout is much lower than most states, especially during non-presidential election years. Some experts say that there are barriers that Hoosiers have to face when casting their ballots […]

INDIANAPOLIS — The site of the now-closed Tap and Dolls bar will be home to a new award-winning restaurant in the future. Walk-On’s Sports Bistreaux has signed an area development agreement to bring their award-winning brand to the former location and others spots throughout Indiana. Walk-On’s Sports Bistreaux has signed an area development agreement to bring the […]

INDIANAPOLIS — Three workers were rescued after they became stuck on a scaffolding late Monday on the side of Regions Tower in Downtown Indianapolis. All three people — ages 52, 47, and 52 — are window glaziers and were making repairs when they became stuck around the 19th floor about 10 p.m., according to the […]

DENVER (AP) — Stephon Gilmore batted away Russell Wilson’s pass to Courtland Sutton in the end zone on fourth-and-1 from the 5 to give the Indianapolis Colts a 12-9 overtime victory over the Denver Broncos on Thursday night. “That’s the definition of a big-time player making big plays in the moment,” Colts coach Frank Reich […]

INDIANAPOLIS — The Indianapolis Housing Agency says it has become the victim of a ransomware attack. “In a ransomware attack, cybercriminals attempt to disrupt organizations by locking down the organization’s computers and IT systems in exchange for the payment of a ransom,” IHA wrote in a press release. Sources tell WRTV Investigates computers and phones […]

INDIANAPOLIS — Tracking devices like Apple AirTags are a great way to find your lost wallet, keys or even your child’s backpack. But through a public records request, WRTV Investigates uncovered that the trackers are also being used for a more sinister purpose— to track people. WRTV Investigates looked into what you can do to […]

The senior was majoring in data science when he was found dead in his room at McCutcheon Hall.

INDIANAPOLIS — Starting a new chapter can be difficult with the weight of criminal history. However, this Saturday, people interested in having their record expunged can take the first steps at a free event. “Let’s get this out of your way so that no one can use this against you by law,” Carlette Duffy, Deputy […]