INDIANAPOLIS — Your vote is your voice — that’s what Indianapolis residents are saying ahead of the primary election on Tuesday. Voters tell WRTV issues like crime, infrastructure and housing are inspiring them to cast their ballots. One of them is Lisa B. Shanklin, who always fulfills her civic duty to vote. “Some people think […]

INDIANAPOLIS — U.S. Senator Mike Braun has formally announced he’s running for governor of Indiana in 2024. On Monday, he made the announcement at Prime 47 in downtown Indy. “I’m a Main Street businessman, not a politician, and I want every Hoosier to have a chance at the American dream that I built here in […]

Purdue University to update admission process for 2024 academic year.

The NAEP released its Nation's Report Card for the first time in three years and the findings are alarming for students overall as math and reading scores nationally fell dramatically due to the pandemic.

INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb says he will not consider blanket pardons for all prior offenses of simple possession of marijuana despite President Biden’s announcement of a plan to do so on the federal level. It comes after Biden said he had instructed Attorney General Merrick Garland to develop an administration process so certificates of […]

INDIANAPOLIS — We’re just over a week from the deadline to register to vote — Tuesday, October 11. “It’s a hard deadline for Indiana. After that, that’s it,” said Dr. Chad Kinsella, a Political Science Professor at Ball State. Organizers say this year, they have seen a spike in new voter registration in the Hoosier […]

SANTA CLAUS — On Tuesday, Holiday World & Splashin’ Safari officials announced the beginning of construction on a $6.7 million employee housing project. Named Compass Commons, the building will include housing for up to 136 Team Members with a large kitchen facility, common areas on each floor, and an onsite laundry facility. “This is a […]

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 — 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 […]

Take a coffee break and join Carmel as it welcomes back the Caffeine Trail in its summer kickoff event on Saturday, June 11.

The city of Carmel has a new special partnership with a town all the way in the Tuscany region of Italy.

INDIANAPOLIS — As the world watches on and follows the actions that led to at least 19 students and one teacher being shot and killed in Uvalde, Texas, local officials are sharing their thoughts on social media. “I am heartbroken by this horrific act of violence and praying for every victim. A nation that witnesses […]