INDIANAPOLIS — The Plaza at Central Greens is a $36 million investment that will create 122 new affordable apartments. The complex is being built in the Haughville neighborhood on the site of the former Central State Hospital. There will be two-bedroom and three-bedroom apartment options ranging in price from $800 to $1,400 a month. Families […]

  INDIANAPOLIS — Every summer, dozens of people reach out to WRTV when their landlord or property management won’t repair the air conditioner in their home. Many of the stories are similar: An unresponsive management group that continues to collect rent while tenants are forced to deal with sweltering conditions in their homes. Christian Jarrell […]

  INDIANAPOLIS — A couple looking to find more room for their growing family is out thousands of dollars after they were hit by a real estate scam that involved bitcoins, wire transfers and Apple gift cards. Breana Williams said the home in the 4300 block of Village Trace Court was her dream home. Breana […]

INDIANAPOLIS — Residents, employees and business owners on the east side of Indianapolis came together to decide what they want for the future. From arts and culture, to housing, safety and transportation, the residents on the near east side hope elected officials will listen. “I think that Indianapolis does a great job of supporting this […]


As Blacks gain more wealth, they generally move to richer, Whiter neighborhoods, but a new report has debunked that idea.


The National Urban League released the 40th edition of the “State of Black America,” a semiannual publication that has become one of the most highly anticipated benchmarks and sources for thought leadership around racial equality in America across economics, employment, education, health, housing, criminal justice, and civic participation. The report includes insights from politicians, NGOS, […]


"I remember people talking about how somehow this was going to solve all our racial problems. I wasn’t one of those who subscribed to that notion," the president said.

Gentrification is real and communities of color aren't the only ones who've noticed the drastic change in their neighborhoods.

Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan (R) has allowed the housing secretary to keep his job after profiling low-income residents and accusing them of deliberately poisoning their…

If you’ve been a New York City resident for some time, you’ve likely noticed how your once empty subway car is still packed with people,…


The city of Miami is taking JPMorgan Chase & Co, the country’s biggest bank, to court based on major claims of housing discrimination against its residents…

  Metro and Lawrence Police Search for Armed Suspect Metro Police are hot on the trail of another home-invader this morning.  This time the attempted robber forced his victims to drive him around on the city’s eastside in their car, which was warming up in the driveway. IMPD says the female victim, her five-year old […]