Indy INDIANAPOLIS — Indy’s Urban Farmers Market made its return on Sunday in Celebration Plaza at White River State Park with opportunities for Hoosiers to enjoy the offerings of local produce, flowers and much more. This season marks the second for the farmers market at White River State Park. The market is open from 9:30 […]


INDIANAPOLIS — A new effort is underway to beautify neighborhoods and connect residents in Indianapolis. Up to $500,000 in grant money is now available through the City of Indianapolis Neighborhood Grant Program. Projects can include community gardens, gateway signs, murals or other things that bring neighborhoods together. “The possibilities [for projects] are endless,” Mayor Joe Hogsett […]

Indy INDIANAPOLIS — Indianapolis coffee lovers will have to wait a couple of weeks to get their Starbucks off of Capitol Avenue. As of 11 a.m. on April 15, the Starbucks at 1420 N Capitol Avenue is closed. IU Health tells WRTV that location is among several businesses that are being moved or razed due to […]


INDIANAPOLIS — Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett announced Sunday that he has tested positive for COVID-19. According to the mayor he is currently isolating at home and will continue to quarantine per CDC guidelines. Mayor Hogsett says he has both his vaccines and his booster shot and has experienced only minor symptoms of the virus. “After […]

Indy INDIANAPOLIS — You have probably dodged a few potholes if you drive in or around Indianapolis. Damage to your car can get pricey when it comes to repairs, so what can you do to have the city fit the bill? First, the city has to have known about the pothole prior to you hitting […]


INDIANAPOLIS — An Indianapolis police officer is facing charges related to growing marijuana, according to police and court records. Christina Slack, a 22-year-veteran of the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department, was charged Tuesday with possession of marijuana growing or cultivating marijuana and possession of marijuana where a defendant knows it is growing on-premise and fails to […]

Indy INDIANAPOLIS — The Central Library in Downtown Indianapolis is home to the Center for Black Literature & Culture (CBLC), but you don’t have to even be in the State of Indiana to access one of its newest community resources. On Tuesday, the CBLC debuted interactive kiosks that allow uses to see videos, 3-D images […]

Indy INDIANAPOLIS — In his first meeting with Indianapolis media Tuesday, new Colts quarterback Matt Ryan says he’s ready for a fresh start. Ryan is a 14 year NFL veteran who has spent his entire career so far with the Atlanta Falcons. He was joined at the Colts Complex by wife Sarah and sons Johnny […]

Indy INDIANA — In a conversation with reporters Tuesday, Republican U.S. Senator Mike Braun said he would be okay with leaving the question of interracial marriage to the states, then later walked back those comments. Dan Carden with the Times of Northwest Indiana asked if the Supreme Court strikes down Roe vs Wade, would Braun […]

Indy PLAINFIELD — A spokesperson for Walmart said the company will give its employees 40 hours of pay this week while it finalizes other options after a massive fire last week in Plainfield. The company has also resumed operations at its IND2 Fulfillment Center, which is also housed with the complex, Charles Crowson, director of […]

Indy INDIANAPOLIS — A bill that would remove the permit requirement to conceal carry a handgun in the state of Indiana was signed Monday by Gov. Eric Holcomb. House Enrolled Act 1296 will repeal the law that requires a person to obtain a license to carry a handgun and specifies that people who aren’t otherwise prohibited […]

Indy INDIANAPOLIS — A growing memorial is at the site where a 7-year-old boy died Friday while waiting for his school bus on the city’s east side. There’s now a call for the nearby apartment complex where he lived and the school district to move that bus stop to make it safer for kids. Sevion Sanford was […]