INDIANAPOLIS — The vaccine is now available to all Hoosiers 16 and older. WRTV spoke with Morgan Polizzi who said she’s been pretty cautious since the pandemic began. She said she’s both excited and surprised the vaccine is eligible to her and her peers so soon. Wednesday is her 26th birthday and she said this is […]
INDIANAPOLIS — We are just about a week away from the statewide mask mandate becoming a “mask advisory.” That means masks will be recommended but they will not be required starting April 6. Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb said local governments and businesses can extend the mandate so there will still be times you’ll need your […]
March is almost over, but the two topics that have dominated the news all month in Indiana — the COVID-19 vaccine and college basketball — will take us into April. Here are five things you should know on Monday morning. 1. COVID-19 vaccine eligibility expands Hoosiers age 30 and over can now begin scheduling appointments to receive […]
Dr. Virginia Caine, Director of The Marion County Health Department spends an hour on Open Lines with Cameron Ridle answering Coronavirus questions from listeners ahead of Thanksgiving 2020. Open Lines airs live Sunday Mornings at 8AM on 106.7 WTLC and HOT 96.3 Indianapolis.
Another dark day for the nation as coronavirus rages out of control. The death toll just topped 250-thousand. That includes 17-hundred lives lost just Tuesday, the most since May. At this rate, the virus is killing at least one person every minute with no sign of slowing down. Every state is dealing with surging cases […]
The nation is breaking its record for number of COVID-19 cases on a daily basis. It set a high on Thursday with more than 77-thousand cases, then broke that record Friday with 79-thousand cases. More than eight-and-a-half million Americans have tested positive for the virus. About 225-thousand have died. One of them was an 18-year-old […]
Indiana University will not allow tailgating in any of its surface or grass parking lots in and around Memorial Stadium for the 2020 football season.
On top of masking up and lathering up, health officials are urging people to sleeve up and get a flu shot to help protect against the flu and COVID-19.
Purdue head football coach Jeff Brohm has tested positive for COVID-19, the university announced on Sunday.
Several members of the Indianapolis Colts organization have tested positive for COVID-19, the team announced Friday morning.
The Indianapolis Public School system is adding crossing guards at some spots near schools, and at the same time encouraging some children to walk to school, if they live close enough to do so.