Rafael Sánchez, WRTV Indianapolis

Rafael Sánchez

WRTV Indianapolis

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Past articles by Rafael:

Dr. Birx talks about COVID-19 spike in young Hoosiers

The latest COVID-19 spike shows not the elderly, but younger Hoosiers getting the coronavirus. → Read More

Birx says she would like to see coronavirus test results available immediately

People in Indiana have reported waiting up to six days to receive results of their coronavirus tests. → Read More

Johnson County Fair open under new restrictions

4-Hers are getting a chance to compete showing off animals and homemade projects. → Read More

Dogs added to Franklin Schools for mental health services

The Franklin School system in Johnson County will be deploying two therapy dogs when students return on August 5. → Read More

Lawyers for man accused of racially motivated attack at Lake Monroe say victim's allegations 'false'

Attorneys for the man accused of holding down a black man and threatening to lynch him near Lake Monroe say the accusations are false. → Read More

IPS back-to-school plan includes masks for all, social distancing

Indianapolis Public Schools has released its plan for the return to school on Aug. 3. → Read More

COVID-19 testing demands to create jobs in Indianapolis

Aria Diagnostics employees have gone from making 37,000 test kits a week in April to 150,000 tests in June. → Read More

WRTV is limiting when we use mugshots. Here are the reasons.

INDIANAPOLIS — The recent protests demanding police reform, racial justice and economic equality — and the arrests that have stemmed from these demonstrations — have challenged news organizations like WRTV to reflect on our reporting practices. For years, WRTV — like many media outlets — has displayed the mugshots provided by law enforcement following criminal arrests. But in the age of digital… → Read More

Sickle cell disease exposes major concerns in Black community

Sickle cell disease is a major health concern in the Black community, and there's a desperate need for a solution. → Read More

New surveillance video shows moments before Dreasjon Reed killed by IMPD officer

Call 6 Investigates obtained the surveillance video just one day after a lawsuit was filed in Federal Court targeting the City of Indianapolis, IMPD, the police chief, a deputy chief and two officers. → Read More

The Rebound Indiana: State answers questions about unemployment benefits as Hoosiers return to work

As more Hoosiers are called to return to work, some are at risk of committing fraud if they continue to collect unemployment benefits. → Read More

Johnson County Jail adding air purification machines amid pandemic

Johnson County Sheriff Duane Burgess said the facility will be installing hydroxyl generators in the jail. → Read More

The Rebound Indiana: Food service workers, volunteers help pack school meals to keep kids fed

The school year is now over for Clark-Pleasant School Corporation, but school meals will be packed and distributed until June 30. → Read More

Citizens Energy offering energy assistance for Hoosiers

Citizens Energy will begin an outreach effort later this week via TV, social media and mail to help 50,000 customers who have an overdue water and gas bill. → Read More

Working Together: Mask hooks helping first responders

A family running two separate businesses in Carroll County found a solution to help first responders as they now are wearing face coverings full-time. → Read More

Gift card scam targets people trying to save money

The loss of jobs and concerns with the economy has people looking for ways to save money, which means scam artists are working overtime. → Read More

Indianapolis Public Schools to buy 21K laptops and iPads for students

Indianapolis Public Schools announced Thursday the district will invest millions in equipment for its students. → Read More

Local band, Jai Baker 3, turns to social media amid pandemic

Dozens of local performers from singers and musicians have turned to social media to earn money, share their skills and provide some comfort. → Read More

Rebound Indiana: More than 200,000 Hoosiers receiving unemployment benefits

More than 200,000 Hoosiers are receiving unemployment benefits from the state. → Read More

Rebound Indiana: Indianapolis mom waiting for $600 federal unemployment benefit

The process of sending unemployment benefits to Hoosiers who would not typically be eligible has been daunting, and people like Alisha Hiller are waiting. → Read More