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INDIANAPOLIS —Eli Lilly is opening part of its campus to the community. Tuesday the company officially donated South Street Square Park to Indianapolis. The company says transferring the property was always part of the plan. Eli Lilly developed the park on its corporate headquarters downtown Indianapolis to provide a place for people to enjoy green […]

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 […]

ADVANCE — Officials in Boone County said a suspected drunk driver struck five pedestrians, including a baby and two toddlers, who were on a walk Tuesday night. Boone County Sheriff’s Office Sgt. Chris Burcham said Melody Thomas, 47, and her daughter, Jenna Thomas, 23, were walking Jenna’s eight-month-old son and Melody’s two other grandchildren at […]

INDIANAPOLIS — Construction is nearly complete on Indianapolis’ first rapid transit line. We’ve put together some information to help drivers learn to navigate the new Red Line routes and traffic directions. Here’s what you need to know: The 13-mile bus rapid transit route between Broad Ripple to the north and the University of Indianapolis to […]

If your hoping for a easy breezy winter…well DON’T! Unfortunately this winter is looking to be HORRIBLE! The Farmers’ Almanac made their forecasts for this winter and its predicted to be 7  snowstorms from the west coast to the midwest! The Midwest and East will get more “wet than white.” Let’s hope for a short […]

Karen in the City returns with week long tour throughout Indy! Starting Monday, I’m excited to bring back the Karen in the City Tour. We use to have the best time finding new place to venture in the city. From the boutiques and salons to community events and concerts we discovered them all together. So […]

 Definately not the temperature :(  I sure hope you brought your starter plants and veggies in over the weekend due to the low temps, but it’s time to #TurnUp Indy because there are lots of things going on in and around your city.  Check out some of then events happening today below. The Indy Juniors […]

  Grammy winner Lauryn Hill is comign to Indy September 22nd to the Murat Theater at the Old National Centre. Tickets go on sale this Friday, August 5th at 10am. Listen to Karen Vaughn all week to win your tickets before you can buy them at 5PM inside the Drive at 5 mix with DJ […]

The authorities have confirmed the death of two employees following the shooting at the Cummins plant in Seymour from an apparent murder-suicide. The plant will remain closed until Monday. Cummins released a statement saying: With sadness, we confirm there was a shooting at the Cummins Seymour Technical Center this morning. Authorities confirm there are two fatalities, […]

During Women’s History Month, Karen Vaughn will spotlight the great women history-makers in Indiana. Julie Carson served nearly 2 decades in the Indiana legislature, before being elected to the U.S. House in 1996. Representative Carson was the first African American and woman to represent the Indiana state capital. Representative Carson fought for the working class […]

Is your commute to work a bumpy ride trying to advert all the pot holes? Looks like they may all disappear by the next snowfall. Potholes are being filled with cold asphalt patches by the Department of Public Works starting tonight. The goal is to give Hoosiers a better commute Friday morning.   Crews were […]

Join the fun in the #DriveAt 5 Mix with DJ King and Karen Vaughn. They have Mike Epps tickets during the mix for caller 10!