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An Indianapolis pastor is working to make sure the COVID-19 pandemic doesn't ruin his Easter Sunday plans for his congregation. [Read More]
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You may have noticed the moon looking pretty full and bright lately. We're getting to our next full moon, which happens Tuesday night (April... [Read More]
A Madison County mom and her boyfriend were arrested after an abduction incident Sunday, Sheriff Scott Mellinger says. [Read More]
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Indianapolis Power and Light is reminding customers to call before they start digging for outdoor projects to prevent injuries or serious incidents. [Read More]
Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay announced Sunday he will provide some much-needed equipment for Indiana's health care workers. [Read More]
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A woman has died after she was shot Saturday afternoon at a gas station on the northeast side of Indianapolis. [Read More]
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More than 4,400 people have tested positive for the coronavirus, according to statistics released Sunday by the Indiana State Department of Health. [Read More]
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A Fishers woman who recovered from the H1N1 years ago is working to give back to healthcare workers on the front lines of the COVID-19... [Read More]
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An Anderson business is promising to make changes to its prices after viewers reached out to RTV6. [Read More]
Indianapolis police are investigating a shooting that critically injured a person Saturday afternoon on the northeast side of Indianapolis. [Read More]
Opening a new business can be tough, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic. [Read More]
The Delaware County Health Department is ordering nursing homes and assisted living facilities to stop transferring patients. [Read More]
Indiana Fever great Tamika Catchings will be inducted into the 2020 class of the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame. [Read More]
Meijer announced a series of additional precautionary steps it is taking during the coronavirus pandemic. [Read More]
The number of Hoosiers who have died from COVID-19 continues to increase, according to numbers released Saturday by the Indiana State Department of Health. [Read More]
Two people died and another person was critically injured in separate shootings early Saturday morning on the northeast side of Indianapolis. [Read More]
Since mid-March, Sherry Young has had to layoff more than a dozen people from the Court Street Cafe in Franklin. [Read More]
Any healthcare worker or first responder in Indiana who may have been exposed to COVID-19 can now get tested at Indiana University Health. [Read More]
More people have been calling mental health support lines lately as they struggle to cope with the COVID-19 pandemic. [Read More]
It will be awhile before we can all get back to the theaters to see what's new from Hollywood. Being stuck at home doesn't mean... [Read More]
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