INDIANAPOLIS — A summer event focused on engaging and celebrating Black owned restaurants and caterers is returning to Indianapolis. The Juneteenth Foodways Festival is happening on June 17 from 4:30-8 p.m. at the Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site. The Festival is currently looking for Black-owned restaurants, food trucks, caterers, retailers, artists, and more. The event will feature the […]  

Purdue University to update admission process for 2024 academic year.

Ind. — A new analysis from GasBuddy found that gas prices are falling in Indiana, and could drop below $3 by next spring. Patrick De Haan, GasBuddy Analyst, tells WRTV that after restoration and maintenance at two nearby refineries in Whiting, Indiana and Oregon, Ohio, Indianapolis gas prices have dropped. Both refineries were damaged by […]

INDIANAPOLIS — Tracking devices like Apple AirTags are a great way to find your lost wallet, keys or even your child’s backpack. But through a public records request, WRTV Investigates uncovered that the trackers are also being used for a more sinister purpose— to track people. WRTV Investigates looked into what you can do to […]

INDIANAPOLIS — On Tuesday, Mayor Joe Hogsett and multiple other leaders joined together to highlight the month of October at Domestic Violence Awareness Month. “The story of violence in Indianapolis is too often a story of domestic violence,” Hogsett said. “During this month, we in the City acknowledge the true scope of this issue while […]

INDIANAPOLIS — Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett said a clinician-led pilot program to respond to mental health-related calls could begin early next year if the City-County Council approves the proposal in October. Hogsett, Director of the Office of Public Health and Safety Lauren Rodriguez, City-County Councilor Crista Carlino, D-District 6 and Josh Riddick with Faith in […]

INDIANAPOLIS — After a successful first run last summer, “Friends of 38th Street” has decided to continue its family-friendly event “Blues & BBQ on 38th” annually. The Friends of 38th Street’s Blues & BBQ event returns to the north side on Saturday, August 27. It’s one of several events organized by the nonprofit with the […]

INDIANAPOLIS — Colts defender Yannick Ngakoue is new to the team this season and he has gone to social media to learn as much as he can about his new hometown. Things like looking for restaurant recommendations and what to do with his free time. With one single tweet a couple of weeks ago, Ngakoue […]

INDIANAPOLIS — June Barnes has felt the pain of losing a loved one before. She said her son was killed when he was shot nine times in Gary. “I lost my son, it’s been 30 years yesterday,” Barnes said. Barnes’s northside apartment is a few feet away from where 17-year-old Robert Fletcher Junior was found shot and […]

INDIANAPOLIS — Where the Monon Trail meets 30th Street on the near north side of Indianapolis, a new outdoor entertainment venue is open. The Monon Development Group’s (MDG) innovative $100 million mixed-use development “Monon 30” is beginning to form with the opening of “The Cradle.” Right off of Dr. Andrew J Brown Avenue, The Cradle […]