Erin Lisch, WRTV Indianapolis

Erin Lisch

WRTV Indianapolis

Indianapolis, IN, United States

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Past articles by Erin:

Students train to help injured athletes

Students at Central Nine Career Center in Greenwood are passionate about helping others and many want to support professional athletes. → Read More

Students get cutting 'hedge' career training in Central Nine Career Center's Landscaping Program

Mowing the lawn for some kids is a chore, for others it can be a business venture. → Read More

Hiring Hoosiers: Biomedical science students solve real crimes

Through the program, students earn college credit and certifications in CPR and first aid. → Read More

Students work to break into the music industry

Students at the J. Everett Light Career Center are learning every aspect of the music industry to they stand out along with their talent. → Read More

Greenwood students get training to become first responders before they graduate high school

A central Indiana program is helping students in Greenwood gear up to become classroom to career ready as first responders. → Read More

Noblesville internship program allows students to pave a path to their future career

Students are able to discover their passions, confidence and voice in a real-world situation through a unique Noblesville internship program. → Read More

Indy kids got a confident boost and a free haircut before heading back to school

Kids will walk back to the classroom looking good after a fresh cut thanks to a local church. → Read More

Here are alternate routes during massive closure on I-70 for construction

A pretty big stretch of construction has closed I-70, from the south split to I-465. → Read More

IU Health LifeLine helped one boy see his teenage years

Minutes matter in an emergency, and IU Health LifeLine is here in the event you or your child ever is a patient in critical condition. → Read More

Two Chicks and a Hammer donates two horses to IMPD Mounted Patrol

The Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department has some new recruits, and they're a big get. → Read More

Do not call 911 to complain about fireworks

We're celebrating America's birthday, but sometimes people push the limits with the fireworks and complaints start rolling into emergency call centers. → Read More

Tips from Boy Scouts of America on camping safety

Summertime means graham crackers, marshmallows and a bar of chocolate — but before you head for the s'mores, there are things you need to know. → Read More

Treating your sense at the Italian Street Festival in Indianapolis

It's time to treat your sense at this year's Italian Street Festival! Things are underway with live music and fun. → Read More

We're in the 100 Deadliest Driving days for teens

Statistically, most teen crashes are caused by texting or talking. → Read More

Forever a hero: Local D-Day veteran shares memories 75 years after historic invasion

We sat down with Bob Pedigo, a local veteran of the U.S. Army Air Corps who recounted his story from June 6, 1944. → Read More

Dozens of bomb sniffing dogs for Indy 500

As more than 300,000 people pack the Indianapolis Motor Speedway this weekend, security will be ramped up. → Read More

Changes approved for electric scooters in Indianapolis

The Board of the Department of Business and Neighborhood Services approved new regulations for the four shared mobility operators in Indianapolis. → Read More

How to protect yourself from skin cancers

With summer here, you’ll likely be spending more time outdoors. → Read More

Speedway revitalization has town booming as racing popularity grows

Speedway is booming. The town's development teams says there's almost $60 million slated for expansions and construction this year. → Read More

Man running Indy Mini Marathon shares inspiring weight loss journey

INDIANAPOLIS — Nearly 35,000 runners are getting ready to go for the Indy Mini Marathon including one Texas man with an inspiring weight loss story. Marcus Cook traveled more than 1,000 miles just to be in Indianapolis so he could run the Indy Mini Marathon. "I've come all the way from Houston just to run across the finish line to show someone that they can change," said Cook. "About 3 1/2 years… → Read More