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INDIANAPOLIS—A relative of infamous 1930’s gangster John Dillinger is renewing efforts to have Dillinger’s remains dug up from their burial site at Crown Hill Cemetery. For the second time since July, Michael Thompson, a Morgan County man, has filed an application for disinterment with the Indiana Department of Health. The first application expired before Dillinger’s […]

INDIANAPOLIS — An Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department officer has been charged with battery and false reporting in connection with the physical altercation involving a 17-year-old Shortridge High School student earlier this month that was caught on video. The Marion County Prosecutor announced Monday that IMPD Officer Robert Lawson is charged with Battery for allegedly striking […]

Sad news out of Indy as RTV6 reports a 4-year-old child is in serious condition after police say he got ahold of a gun and shot himself Monday morning. Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department officers were called to the scene on Jamestown Court just before 12 p.m. Monday. Arriving officers found the little boy suffering from a […]

INDIANAPOLIS — The funding crisis continues for an Indianapolis organization that provides a safe space for people in need. RTV6 first told you last Thursday that after 20 years, Joy’s House Adult Day and Caregiving Center in Broad Ripple is in danger of shutting its doors due to a decrease in donations and new cuts to […]

INDIANAPOLIS — Fountain Square is growing and, for the most part, people would probably tell you that’s news they are happy to hear. What they don’t want to hear is the constant construction they say is keeping them up at night and waking them up in the morning. “It’s everything from heavy concrete mixers to […]

MT. VERNON — One local school is taking significant steps to support mental health initiatives with both students and teachers. Mt. Vernon Middle School 7th grade teacher Deb Thomas is a ‘Top Ten Teacher of the Year’ in Indiana. She advocates for more mental health resources for teachers after she suddenly lost a fellow educator last year. […]

INDIANAPOLIS — Waking up to find parts of your car stolen is pretty much the last thing you want as you are heading out to work, but that’s exactly what happened to an Indianapolis man Tuesday morning. The sound of a car missing a catalytic converter lets the whole neighborhood know when Michael Grimm is […]

SHELBY COUNTY — Imagine returning home and discovering someone removed your roof while you were gone. It’s probably so inconceivable that it’s not even on the list of a homeowner’s worst nightmares. But that is what happened Tuesday morning to Kevin and Shellie Giles when they drove up the driveway of their Shelby County home. […]

INDIANAPOLIS — Everyone involved says it’s long overdue. A project spanning many miles and four years should improve traffic flow in Hamilton County. Monday marked the groundbreaking for the State Road 37 project. It will turn several Fishers intersections into roundabout interchanges, similar to Keystone Avenue in Carmel. READ | Improving safety on State Road 37 in […]

INDIANAPOLIS — A southern Indiana judge charged in connection with a fight and shooting outside a White Castle in downtown Indianapolis in May pleaded guilty on Monday to one count of battery resulting in bodily injury and received a suspended sentence of 365 days in jail. According to court records, the plea agreement was filed […]

CRAWFORDSVILLE — Officials confirmed an Indiana resident died from a severe lung injury caused by vaping on Friday — the first vaping-related death in the state. The state is currently investigating 30 cases of severe lung injury connected to vaping. The majority of which have occurred in people ages 16 to 29. A Crawfordsville man told RTV6 […]

Indianapolis callers were on fire about what needs to be done in the city as Cameron Ridle and Political Analyst Abdul-Hakim Shabazz talked about the…