Marion County

When you vote early in Marion County the wait times can be long. But in the shadow of the City-County Building is musical relief and live entertainment.

On Saturday, September 19, Indianapolis' Office of Public Health and Safety and Marion County Jail partnered to register qualified inmates in Marion County Jail I to vote in the upcoming November 2020 election. Carlette Duffy, the Director of Re-Entry for OPHS, helped lead the efforts.

In Marion County, noncustodial parents who lost their driver's license over non-payment, now have a way to get their license back.

A mask mandate goes into effect in just hours as Marion County joins communities across the country that are requiring people to wear face masks in public to help stop the spread of COVID-19.

An Indianapolis mother is looking for answers after she said she wasn't able to get through right away when she called 911 after her son was shot.

The Indianapolis Mayor and the Marion County Public Health Director announced the latest COVID-19 restrictions for Marion County including a mandatory mask order starting July 9.

The City-County Building will partially reopen Monday for criminal court appearances and police services.

One week from Indiana's primary Election Day and many Marion County voters have yet to receive their mail-in ballots, leaving voters to wonder if their ballot will arrive in the hands of election officials in time.

It's become a source of confusion for customers and frustration for restaurant owners. The latest City of Indianapolis restaurant COVID-19 restrictions allow eateries to provide outside dining starting May 22, but dining inside is off the table until at least June 1.

INDIANAPOLIS – With current state and local orders set to expire on May 1, Governor Eric Holcomb and state officials plan to provide guidance later this week on future statewide restrictions in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. In an effort to help Marion County residents and businesses plan for this announcement, Mayor Joe Hogsett and […]

INDIANAPOLIS — In August, residents of the I-70 Mobile Home Park on the city’s southwest side were told they had two months to get out. After RTV6 reports brought the issue to light, the state filed a lawsuit and Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill’s office sought a temporary restraining order against the owner of the […]

Old Man Winter is Showing Up & Showing Out Indianapolis and all of Marion County are under a Winter Storm Warning on this Friday.  A “Winter Storm Warning” means there’s potential for significant amounts of snow, sleet and ice. Other Central Indiana counties are included in this warning from the National Weather Service.  They include:  Boone, Hamilton, […]