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INDIANA — Over the weekend, yoga studios across Central Indiana reported to police they had been victimized by suspected thieves. Cindi Odle, the owner of Baptiste Power Yoga in Carmel, says her studio was hit by two women. “They were here for all of maybe eight minutes and then had to leave for an emergency. […]

INDIANAPOLIS — June Barnes has felt the pain of losing a loved one before. She said her son was killed when he was shot nine times in Gary. “I lost my son, it’s been 30 years yesterday,” Barnes said. Barnes’s northside apartment is a few feet away from where 17-year-old Robert Fletcher Junior was found shot and […]

INDIANAPOLIS — Where the Monon Trail meets 30th Street on the near north side of Indianapolis, a new outdoor entertainment venue is open. The Monon Development Group’s (MDG) innovative $100 million mixed-use development “Monon 30” is beginning to form with the opening of “The Cradle.” Right off of Dr. Andrew J Brown Avenue, The Cradle […]

INDIANAPOLIS — The Indiana State Fair is back this year with the theme “Fun at the Speed of Summer.” Celebrating automotive excellence, this year’s state fair will bring new and old attractions, a variety of new fair foods, and plenty of concerts. Here’s everything you need to know before you go. The Indiana State Fair […]

INDIANAPOLIS – On Wednesday, Mayor Joe Hogsett, along with numerous community and faith leaders, joined together to announce a partnership between the city and DoorDash to provide free home deliveries of groceries, sanitary items and other necessities. The partnership, part of Project Dash, aims to deliver necessary food and household items to families across Marion County […]

INDIANAPOLIS — At least a dozen neighbors, if not more, are left with many unanswered questions after going days without getting their mail. Many people who live in a near-eastside neighborhood reached out to WRTV, looking for answers. It’s a mail mystery for some residents living on Brookside Parkway South Drive. Neighbors say they have […]

INDIANAPOLIS — A federal judge has ruled that Indianapolis Public Schools must allow a 10-year-old transgender girl to play on a girls’ softball team pending further litigation, challenging a state law that bans transgender girls from participating on K-12 girls’ sports teams. The preliminary injunction was issued Tuesday by U.S. District Court Judge Jane Magnus-Stinson. It prevents […]

INDIANAPOLIS — The start of school is just around the corner, and many schools across Indiana are in need of bus drivers. “Bus driving is not all that hard, I mean it’s a lot of mental stuff and you have to be able to see and hear things that you don’t actually see and hear,” […]

INDIANAPOLIS — Rozelle Boyd, the first African American and longest serving member of the Indianapolis City-County Council, has died. Boyd was elected in 1965 and served until 2007. In 2004, Boyd served for a time as president, making him the first African American and Democrat to hold this position. On Twitter, Indianapolis Hogsett called Boyd […]

INDIANAPOLIS — Back to school is just around the corner, and it’s the first time in about two years the federal child nutrition waiver is not in place. That means parents could have to pay for school lunches. The previous program was offered as a form of COVID-19 relief, giving all students free lunch and […]


To say that Jim Irsay is a big time memorabilia collector is an understatement… The owner of the NFL’s Indianapolis Colts now owns the world championship belt Muhammad Ali won when he knocked out George Foreman in the Rumble in the Jungle. Heritage Auctions said on its website that Colts owner paid more than six-point-one […]