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Past articles by Meredith:

Political scientist talks polling indications, voter turnouts and more in Marion County elections

To get some insight, political scientist Laura Wilson from the University of Indianapolis came to the RTV6 studio on Tuesday. → Read More

Spread holiday cheer with a Christkindlmarkt career

RTV6 is looking into seasonal jobs, where you can earn a little extra cash as we head into the holiday season. → Read More

Indiana Latino Expo celebration at state fairgrounds

INDIANAPOLIS — It's a big weekend to explore and enjoy Latino cultures! Hispanic Heritage Month in Central Indiana wraps up with the Latino Expo at the Indiana State Fairgrounds. The expo's executive director, Gloria Jimenez joined RTV6 in the studio to talk about everything visitors can expect. Press play on the video above. → Read More

Consumer Alert: How scammers get your money

The BBB talked with RTV6 about a checklist to keep in mind when making any payments. From bills to donations, Tim Maniscalo shares what you need to keep in mind before sending your money off. Click play on the video above. → Read More

Interview: 15th annual Indiana Renaissance Faire at Ruoff

INDIANAPOLIS — The 15th annual Indiana Renaissance Faire is set for this weekend at Ruoff Home Mortgage Music Center. Emma Crenshaw and Molotov sat down with RTV6 to chat about what to expect (like swords going down someone's throat). Press play on the video above. → Read More

Four-week paid training program teaches manufacturing skills

Catapult has trained nearly 4,000 students throughout Indiana, with a 95% placement rate. → Read More

Local cancer center has urgent need for more tissue donations from ethnic women

There's a critical need for tissue donors — especially to discover life-saving and cancer-fighting drugs. → Read More

Hiring Hoosiers: FBI seeks to hire diverse special agents from central Indiana

The FBI is looking for people from all backgrounds to help crack down on crime in Central Indiana and across the country. → Read More

Magnet manufacturer looks to attract new employees

A high performance magnet manufacturer with deep Hoosier roots is looking to hire more employees that will stick around, and take advantage of their downtown location. → Read More

Summer camp gives kids a glimpse of life in the workforce

Junior Achievement of Central Indiana’s Biztown summer camp aims to teach young people about the workforce, and all the hard work it takes to get hired for a job, run a business, and even pay off loans. → Read More

Demand for bilingual workers continues to rise

Aside from Spanish, Eskenazi sees patients who speak Burmese, a number of African dialects, French, and Arabic. That means they need employees who can speak those languages too. → Read More

Indy Parks seeking 400 teens to fill summer-time positions

Being a lifeguard, camp counselor, food service worker, or cashier can lay a foundation, and teach young people skills they’ll carry with them forever. → Read More

Fishers non-profit academy teaches anyone how to code in a matter of weeks

Eleven Fifty is a 12-week immersion program where students learn how to program computers in JavaScript, Dot Net, and Python. → Read More

WATCH: FBI physical fitness test for potential agents

The FBI's physical fitness test is one of the key components of applying for a Special Agent position. → Read More

Faith leaders and law enforcement come together to help bridge the community gap

A new partnership between local clergy ministers and law enforcement is taking off in Indianapolis. → Read More

Hendricks County Animal Shelter needs cat food, like right meow

The shelter says it posted a plea to Facebook more than two weeks ago, on July 24th, asking for dry and canned kitten food. Unfortunately, no donations were received. → Read More

Visiting the Circus City of Peru, Indiana

Roughly 73 miles from the Circle City is the Circus City – and the inspiration for this year’s theme for the Indiana State Fair. → Read More

Greenfield gun store to host firearm-safety class for kids

The free class will be held Saturday, August 4th at 4 p.m. at Highsmith Guns at 123 N. State St. in Greenfield. A class for adults will be held afterwards. → Read More

More women and children in need means Wheeler Mission is looking to expand

Wheeler Mission is looking to expand their east side campus so they can help more women and children than ever before. → Read More

Blood for pet transfusions is in very short supply, says IndyVet

We often hear pleas from human blood banks when donated blood is in short supply, but it's rare to hear about a desperate need for pet blood donors. → Read More