Rich Nye,

Rich Nye

Indianapolis, IN, United States

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Recent articles by Rich:

Record-high gas prices raise concern for summer travelers

Gas prices in central Indiana are nearing $5 a gallon, with no sign of getting cheaper any time soon. → Read More

Rain delays Indy 500 practice, but not the party on Carb Day

The action on the track didn't start until Friday afternoon, but the party was underway well before the engines started. → Read More

Remembering the eight people killed in the Indianapolis FedEx mass shooting one year ago

It was one year ago today that a gunman opened fire during shift change at a FedEx Ground facility near Indianapolis International Airport. → Read More

Indiana constitutional carry law does not change rules for federal background checks on gun purchases

The new law changes permit requirements, but rules requiring a background check did not change. → Read More

ATF National Response Team investigating cause of Walmart warehouse fire

A trailer is still smoldering in the parking lot and the smell of fire lingers around the Plainfield fulfillment center that caught fire last week. → Read More

Local restaurants still struggling to bring in customers as pandemic wears on

The Indiana Restaurant & Lodging Association reports 81% of restaurants have seen a drop in indoor dining because of the COVID-19 omicron variant. → Read More

Jason Brown trial: Prosecution set to call Brown's mother as witness

Brown faces a murder charge in the deadly shooting of Southport Lt. Aaron Allan in 2017. → Read More

School closings don't mean a day off for students, parents during winter storm

The traditional "snow day" doesn't mean what it used to for students who will turn to their tablets and laptops during this week's winter storm. → Read More

Indy grocery stores, gas stations busy ahead of impending storm

Many took advantage of a clear, dry Tuesday to buy the essentials before the snow and ice arrive. → Read More

Operation Allies Welcome wraps up at Camp Atterbury, Afghans leave incredible mural behind

The mural will be part of a traveling exhibit to raise awareness, facilitate cultural connection, and raise money for a children's charity in Afghanistan. → Read More

Drive-thru COVID testing available, but be prepared to wait

Even with an appointment, some locations have waits as long as two hours to get tested for COVID-19. → Read More

Indiana coronavirus updates: IPS to host vaccine clinic at Arsenal Tech on Wednesday

Wednesday's latest updates on the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Indy ready for big college football weekend amidst COVID safety concerns

The college football national champion will be crowned in Indianapolis for the first time Monday night at Lucas Oil Stadium. → Read More

Parents scramble for COVID testing for children before going back to school

The free walk-in COVID-19 testing clinic in New Whiteland was originally set to close at the end of 2021, but will now stay open as long as it's needed. → Read More

Driveway caroling: Big band brings Christmas cheer to Fishers homes

The 40-person volunteer group visited several homes on Christmas Eve. → Read More

As many as 16,000 holiday travelers depart Indianapolis International daily this week

Millions of people in the U.S. are keeping travel plans this week as the omicron variant spreads and COVID-19 cases surge. → Read More

Indianapolis mom out of hospital after 'remarkable' recovery from COVID

Autumn Carver is ready to reunite with family after recovering from a severe case of COVID-19 during pregnancy that nearly destroyed her lungs. → Read More

Teens sentenced in crash that killed Ball State student

Ball State University freshman Sophie Robbins died in the early morning hours of Jan. 19, 2020, when she was ejected from her SUV in a crash. → Read More

FFA National Convention & Expo returns in-person in Indy

Last year's convention was held virtually due to the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More

Thousand of children receive coats at Coats for Kids distribution event

2,700 children were registered to receive coats. The remaining coats will go to schools and agencies and some will go to Afghan children at Camp Atterbury. → Read More