Call it spring cleaning for IndyGo, although in this case, the project was delayed from June because of the pandemic.

Former Indiana University football player Chris Beaty was shot and killed in Indianapolis over the weekend during the George Floyd protests. 

Indianapolis police arrested 56 people this weekend after violence erupted following peaceful protests in the downtown area.

INDIANAPOLIS — Look up to the sky Tuesday. The Blue Angels are coming to town. The Blue Angels will fly over Indianapolis on Tuesday to honor health care workers, first responders and other essential workers serving on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to the Navy Flight Demonstration’s Twitter page. Times and routes […]

INDIANAPOLIS — If you recently lost your job because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Indianapolis Department of Public Works is hiring to work immediately. Indy DPW is accepting applications to fill 12 positions within its fleet services, solid waste, and street operations divisions. Preferred candidates will have the following qualifications: A high school diploma or […]

INDIANAPOLIS — As the first of the month approaches, some people are out of work and wondering how they are going to pay rent. Attorneys who spoke to RTV6 say they have been getting calls from renters who are worried what will happen if they can’t pay their rent. “Tenants are very afraid right now […]

The NCAA said on Monday that it has approved rules that allows conferences and universities to extend an additional year of eligibility for athletes whose season were cut short due to the spread of COVID-19. Earlier this month, the NCAA announced the cancellation of all spring and remaining winter championships. While most winter sports were […]

INDIANAPOLIS — The American Civil Liberties Union of Indiana on Monday filed an emergency petition with the Indiana Supreme Court seeking the release of certain incarcerated individuals in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The ACLU said Indiana law allows for steps to be taken to release both those awaiting trial and those convicted to safer […]

The 104th running of the Indianapolis 500 has been delayed to Sunday, Aug. 23 due to the coronavirus pandemic. The GMR Grand Prix has been rescheduled to Saturday, July 4. The Indianapolis 500 was originally scheduled for Sunday, May 24. The GMR Grand Prix was scheduled to be run on Saturday, May 9. Read the full […]

As COVID-19 continues to spread across the country, many places have been forced to close under mandate from city, state and federal governments — but there are also hundreds of places that are seeking to hire people to fill immediate needs. We’re working on a list of places that are looking to fill those needs, […]

INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana University Health will begin testing for the virus that causes COVID-19 using its pathology laboratory, the hospital announced Friday. Testing priority is currently given to high-risk, seriously ill patients and health care workers who may have been exposed to the virus. “The COVID-19 crisis continues to impact our communities in Indiana and […]

INDIANAPOLIS — Officials with the Metropolitan School District of Washington Township said they are listening to the community as school officials ditch plans to build a new transportation center in favor of a new middle school. In May, the district will ask Northside residents for a referendum which will fund the district’s plans to relocate […]