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We take a look at events that happened on March 28 in previous years, including the Colts moving from Baltimore to Indianapolis. [Read More]
New Hartford resident DJ Carstensen had just officiated the Horizon League men's basketball championship March 10 and was set to work a game in the... [Read More]
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Indiana could be a month away from the peak of illnesses from the coronavirus outbreak, the state's top health official said Friday as seven more... [Read More]
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Gov. Eric Holcomb vetoed a controversial bill Wednesday that would limit what local communities can do to regulate landlord-tenant relationships. [Read More]
INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — The YMCA of Greater Indianapolis will offer expanded child care options to Hoosiers deemed "essential workers" beginning Monday, March 30. The... [Read More]
The Indianapolis 500, originally scheduled for May 24, has been postponed until August because of the coronavirus pandemic. [Read More]
We're working to confirm whether any Allison Transmission plants in Indiana could be affected by a new round of cutbacks starting next week. [Read More]
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The YMCA of Greater Indianapolis is offering childcare services for essential workers starting Monday. [Read More]
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Mayor Joe Hogsett talked with RTV6's Meredith Barack about the city's response to the novel coronavirus. [Read More]
Parking spots may not be hard to find in downtown Indianapolis this week, but you better pay the meter. With so many... [Read More]
A local food bank is helping people who need it the most amid the coronavirus pandemic. Midwest Food Bank and ITOWN Church... [Read More]
The Indiana State Department of Health confirmed more than 300 new cases of COVID-19 in the state. ISDH said at... [Read More]
Public works crews in Indianapolis will monitor possible severe storms and strong wind gusts through Monday morning. [Read More]
At least one major retailer has made changes to their return policy amid the COVID-19 outbreak. [Read More]
A person was shot and killed Thursday night on the northwest side of Indianapolis. [Read More]
The state's top public health official says it could be another month before the COVID-19 outbreak peaks in Indiana. [Read More]
The Girl Scouts of America have announced a new initiative to help Girl Scouts across the country sell the inventory left over after their season... [Read More]
Amazon doesn't need your shopping dollars. These Indianapolis stores and entrepreneurs do. [Read More]
Though IndyCar is on hold in real life, many of the series' biggest stars will compete on a digital platform in the IndyCar iRacing Challenge.... [Read More]
Many Hoosiers are calling for action when it comes to businesses and the state's stay at home order. Right now, the governor asks people to... [Read More]
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