Julie Pursley, WRTV Indianapolis

Julie Pursley

WRTV Indianapolis

Indianapolis, IN, United States

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Past:
  • WRTV Indianapolis
  • 7NEWS
  • WPTV
  • KNXV

Past articles by Julie:

Born in a blizzard: Anderson woman recalls birth of daughter 40 years ago during the blizzard of '78

Everyone alive during the blizzard of 1978 has their own unique story to share, but an Anderson woman's story is one for the books. → Read More

Wabash students learn penalty for trying to steal Monon Bell from DePauw University

Four Wabash students learned their punishment Friday for trying to steal the Monon Bell from a locked building on the campus of DePauw University over fall break. → Read More

Man injured after chase leads police through 2 counties

A man suffered life-threatening injuries after leading police on a chase through Johnson County and into Marion County, officials say. → Read More

1st grade student on IPS bus for more than 3 hours

Indianapolis Public Schools officials are trying to figure out exactly what happened when a 6-year-old was put on the wrong bus after school Monday, and didn't come home for three hours. → Read More

Fishers mental health report addresses citywide suicide, self-harm concerns

To address mental health concerns in Fishers, the city leaders developed and released information on an initiative to prevent suicide and other acts of self-harm. → Read More

Help us collect school supplies for those in need

We hope you'll join us at our annual school supply drive to help children in need across central Indiana. → Read More

Fishers teen trying to cure kidney cancer

A Fishers teenager is spending her summer at the IU Health Simon Cancer Center with a lofty goal -- trying to find a cure for kidney cancer. → Read More

IMPD's PAL program connects cops and kids through sports

Over the past 10 years, the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department's Police Athletic League has helped shape the life of Tyeon White. → Read More

Takuma Sato celebrates Indianapolis 500 win

Winning the Indianapolis 500 comes with lots of recognition and very little sleep, according to 2017 champion Takuma Sato. → Read More

Military father surprises middle school son at Indy graduation

A middle school student got a surprise message from his father who serves in the military Thursday. → Read More

IndyCar drivers visit the Children's Museum of Indianapolis

IndyCar drivers were able to do a little extra practicing Thursday before the Indy 500 – but on a smaller track. → Read More

IMPD seeks young adults for cadet program launch

Young adults looking to become police officers in the near future were encouraged Tuesday to apply for IMPD’s new cadet program. → Read More

Man hospitalized after tree limb falls in Beech Grove

A man was taken to the hospital in serious condition after he was involved in a tree trimming accident on the city’s southeast side Monday afternoon. → Read More

What you can buy to keep your home safe

When it comes to being safe at home, sometimes being proactive is better than being reactive. → Read More

North Central High School students elect first transgender prom king

North Central High School students elected their first transgender prom king on Saturday. → Read More

Joe Donnelly, Todd Young advocate for law enforcement mental health bill

Two Indiana senators addressed the importance of mental health within law enforcement and proposed a bill that would equip police officers with more support Monday. → Read More

Police: Person injured in road rage shooting near downtown Indianapolis

One person was seriously injured Monday morning in a road rage shooting near downtown Indianapolis. → Read More

Hundreds of passengers stuck at Indianapolis International Airport

Bad weather and increased traffic is causing a travel headache across the country, including in Indianapolis. → Read More

WIBC Radiothon benefits Salvation Army

The WIBC radiothon to raise $250,000 for The Salvation Army Bed and Bred Club kicked off Friday morning. → Read More

Runners and walkers raise money for Wheeler Mission

Thousands of people in need will have a warm place to say and eat this coming year thanks to the runners and walkers who participated in this year's Drumstick Dash. → Read More