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INDIANAPOLIS — IndyGO is planning to reopen the Julia M. Carson Transit Center after two years of being closed to the public. “I’ve been commuting off of IndyGO since the 1960s. When the bus was running on an electrical trolley,” Buford Stokes said. Stokes loves Indianapolis, and IndyGO — especially the transit center. “It bears […]

INDIANAPOLIS — Lucas Oil Stadium and its vendors have a variety of part-time positions open. The Stadium and its vendors are holding a Game Day Job Fair on Saturday, July 30 from 10 a.m. – 12 p.m. Free parking will be provided in the South Lot of Lucas Oil Stadium. On-site hiring offers may be […]

The first 50 patrons were able to get free passes to Heartland Films' upcoming Indy Shorts.

INDIANAPOLIS — An attorney representing Dr. Caitlin Bernard, the Indianapolis doctor who performed an abortion for a 10-year-old rape victim from Ohio, has filed a tort claim notice against Indiana Attorney General Todd Rokita. Bernard’s lawyer, Kathleen DeLaney of DeLaney & DeLaney LLC, confirmed to WRTV Tuesday the notice had been filed. It’s the first […]

INDIANAPOLIS — Hope is coming full circle at the Dayspring Center, a homeless shelter for families in Indianapolis. The center runs Camp Discovery every year, a summer camp for children who have been at the shelter. This year, one of their former campers has returned as a counselor. “I feel like everybody has this stereotypical […]

The gunman was shot and killed by a good Samaritan.

INDIANAPOLIS — On Tuesday, Mayor Joe Hogsett along with the Indianapolis Neighborhood Resource Center announced the recipients of the Indianapolis Neighborhood Grant Program. The grant money, which is funded by American Rescue Plan dollars, gives neighborhoods in Indianapolis a chance to request as much as $10,000 for projects that add quality to their neighborhood. “My thanks […]

INDIANAPOLIS — The Indianapolis City-County Council is aiming to strike a balance between giving to those in need and ensuring public safety. On Monday night, the council introduced Prop 256 which will require organizations that give donations to those in need to register with the Office of Public Health and Safety. Noting evidence that charitable distributions of […]

INDIANAPOLIS — A conversation about diversity in the workforce was held during a panel discussion at Indiana Black Expo on Monday. “We have talent in Indiana who are diverse,” moderator Akila Darden said. Darden is the Director of diversity, equity, and inclusion at IU Health Design and Construction. She said diversity is more than just […]

MARION COUNTY — In a first of its kind study, researchers have completed a public art equity census in Marion County. Researchers say Marion County has the nation’s largest public art inventory with 3,090 public art works and the census was designed to analyze how Marion County can create equitable public spaces for everyone. Rokh […]

INDIANAPOLIS — Gas prices have been rising to historic levels in recent months and as they continue to fluctuate, one northeast side restaurant decided to have a little fun. Big Lug Canteen off of 86th Street has created a “gas price menu.” “Every morning we go outside and take a picture of what the unleaded […]

INDIANAPOLIS — It’s the lunch rush at Simply Southern Restaurant and Catering. “I would describe it as Indy’s best kept secret because a lot of people don’t know we got the best oxtails in town,” Sherry lynem, Simply Southern Restaurant and Catering owner, said. The restaurant may soon be a little more challenging to get to. Beginning […]