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INDIANAPOLIS — On Tuesday the on-ramp to westbound Interstate 465 from Binford Boulevard closed. The closure, which is set to last for about three years, is part of the Clear Path 465 Project. Later this summer, two other long-term on-ramp closures will begin as part of this project. The Allisonville Road on-ramp to eastbound I-465 […]

INDIANAPOLIS — Free agent forward T.J. Warren, who formerly played for the Indiana Pacers, has signed a one-year contract with the Brooklyn Nets, according to ESPN. He will be the 11th player under contract for the Nets, ESPN NBA Insider Adrian Wojnarowski reported. Warren missed most of the past two seasons due to a stress […]

INDIANAPOLIS — On Wednesday, Mayor Joe Hogsett and the Indianapolis Foundation announced 31 recipients of the first round of funding from the Elevation Grant Program. The Elevation Grant Program, announced in March, aims to reduce crime across the city. The grant program will invest $45 million in neighborhoods over the next three years. That money will […]

INDIANAPOLIS — The Indiana State Fair has announced a slew of new food items that will be available at this year’s event. Fairgoers can expect not just new tasty treats; many classics will also make a return. There will be more than 140 different food stands available at this year’s fair. Here’s a glimpse of […]

If you are going downtown on the fourth to see the annual fireworks display, there are a few things you need to know to prepare you for the night. The show is expected to begin promptly at 10 p.m. and last 20 minutes. During that time, an estimated 3,500 shells will be fired for plenty of […]

INDIANAPOLIS — On Wednesday, the Indianapolis Colts released the 2022 training camp schedule. The camp will be held at Grand Park in Westfield for the fourth time. The first of 16 practices open to fans will take place on July 27. “We are thrilled to be returning to Westfield and Grand Park for another summer […]

INDIANAPOLIS — Though the 2022 legislative session finished in March, many of the laws voted on, approved and signed by Governor Eric Holcomb will go into effect on Friday, July 1. Among the laws going into effect include gun rights, abortion rights, tax rate changes, changes to bail, rape definitions and the transgender sports bill. […]

INDIANAPOLIS — Three people have been criminally charged after a fight that erupted outside a hearing at the new Community Justice Campus left a man injured and a child with a black eye. According to court records, it was around 1 p.m. on June 22 when when a sheriff’s deputy was notified by radio there […]

INDIANAPOLIS — There are a lot of infrastructure and transportation projects happening across the Circle City. On Wednesday, Mayor Joe Hogsett will kick off the second phase of his Circle City Forward initiative. Residents tell WRTV they are happy to finally see this curb-to-curb enhancement in their community. Clarissa Chappelle and her family relocated to the […]

  INDIANA — Part of your taxpayer dollars go toward police budgets, things like filling up the tanks of patrol cars. But with gas as high as it is right now, how is it impacting police working to serve you? Some agencies are tweaking their operations to cut back on the amount of gas they’re […]

INDIANAPOLIS — An IMPD officer is in serious but stable condition after a crash on the city’s northeast side, according to officials. According to Lawrence Fire Department Fire Chief Dino Batalis, an IMPD officer was involved in the accident and is in serious condition after the collision. Officers, fire personnel and EMS reported to the […]

INDIANAPOLIS — The Crossroads Classic, which has pitted Indiana, Purdue, Butler and Notre Dame in meetings against each other for more than a decade is no more. The event that typically took place on a mid-December weekend will be filled with a new event, however. Indiana Sports Corp., Pacers Sports & Entertainment and Russ Potts […]