INDIANAPOLIS — Fans will have the opportunity to watch the Indianapolis Colts practice 13 times this summer, the team announced Tuesday. The first practice open to fans will be July 26 at 10 a.m.  The final open practice will be on Thurs., Aug. 17. Practices will be held at Grand Park Sports Campus in Westfield, just […]

INDIANAPOLIS — As air quality concerns linger from Canadian wildfires sending smoke into central Indiana, multiple closures are planned for today. 8:37 a.m.: All horse races at Horseshoe Indianapolis Casino in Shelbyville have been canceled. 8 a.m.: Conner Prairie announced that outdoor experience areas will be closed on Wednesday due to air quality concerns. Their indoor areas […]

Several tornado warnings and severe thunderstorm warnings have been issued in several counties in Central Indiana on Sunday, June 25. Viewers have sent in photos and videos of hail, heavy rain and even tornadoes. Several tornadoes sightings have been reported in from Johnson County. Viewer Eric Ford sent in video of a funnel touching the […]

INDIANAPOLIS — Three people were killed and one victim is in the hospital after a shooting in Broad Ripple early Sunday morning, according to Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department. The shooting occurred just after 2 a.m in the 800 block of Broad Ripple Avenue. According to police, the shooting happened on the sidewalk near Jimmy John’s. IMPD […]

INDIANAPOLIS — The 2023 NBA Draft is underway, and the Indiana Pacers are set to make their selections at Nos. 7, 26, 47 and 55. Pacers First Round The Pacers selected forward Bilal Coulibaly as the seventh overall pick in the 2023 NBA Draft but traded him to the Washington Wizards. In return, the Wizards […]

SPEEDWAY — The Indianapolis Motor Speedway followed through on their promise and delivered a new car to the woman whose car was destroyed when a tire hit it during the Indy 500 in May. Robin Matthews was gifted a 2023 Chevy Equinox. “A huge step up from snowball,” Matthews said. “Snowball 2.0 is my dream car.” Snowball […]

INDIANAPOLIS — New scanners for carry on luggage at Indianapolis International Airport will provide federal agents with a better picture of what is inside your bag. Olivia Wells, a graduate of Indiana State University, had dreams of public service and found it in a blue uniform at the airport. “I flew all the time, but […]

INDIANAPOLIS — The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms & Explosives (ATF) have confirmed they are working on a federal investigation this morning in Indianapolis with other entities. IMPD says they are an assisting agency. In the 800 block of N. Tuxedo Street, a WRTV crew witnessed an investigation taking place with ATF and Drug Enforcement […]

INDIANAPOLIS — Three people convicted of a crime spree that ended in the death of former Indiana University football player Chris Beaty in 2020 will likely spend the rest of their lives in prison. Marion Superior Court Judge Shatrese Flowers on Wednesday sentenced Marcus Jayon Anderson and Alijah Jones to 162 years in prison for a string […]

INDIANAPOLIS — If you think you’ve got the best ‘flow’ this one’s for you. The Indiana State Fair is looking for 15 majestic mullets to compete live in the USA Mullet Championship on Saturday, July 29. The winner will take home $500 and earn a spot in the USA Mullet Champaionship’s Top 25 Mane Event. […]

LAWRENCE — A local organization is working to help combat homelessness among the youth in Marion County. Outreach Inc. has been around for 26 years serving homeless youth between the ages of 14 and 24. According to the organization, there are roughly 7,800 homeless youth living in Indianapolis alone. There has also been a 19 […]

INDIANAPOLIS — Gun violence continues to impact the young in Indianapolis, but there are also those who are constantly working to help break that cycle of violence. Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department officers spent another busy weekend responding to calls as at least 16 people were shot across the city between Friday night and Monday morning. […]