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Past articles by Troy:

COVID-19 pandemic leads to more trauma cases in the ER

Doctors said numbers started to spike this summer. → Read More

Strong Men, Strong Minds Indy holds empowerment rally for Black men

A city-wide effort to unite Black men across Indianapolis brought dozens of people together Saturday. → Read More

Doctors say you need to come in despite COVID-19 pandemic

COVID-19 is making some people afraid to come in to get help and relief from pain. → Read More

Indiana woman receives package of mysterious seeds

Experts are advising people not to plant them. → Read More

Man said he tested positive for COVID-19 for weeks after recovery

Despite multiple strains, there's not enough research yet to say whether or not a person can be infected by the virus again. → Read More

Washington Township school bus drivers concerned about job changes

Bus drivers have been told they'll stay on the payroll, but their duties may change. → Read More

ITown Church aim is meeting Hoosiers where they are during the pandemic

INDIANAPOLIS — A local church is hitting the streets and meeting people where they are during the pandemic. ITown Church is handing out more than just hope and WRTV’s Troy Washington explains their mission in the video above. → Read More

Hundreds of Indiana hotel workers are being laid off

Nearly 700 workers, part of the White Lodging Services Company, are now laid off in Indianapolis and Fort Wayne. → Read More

Carmel nurse sends warning about COVID-19 after surviving the virus

Lesley Vogel wasn't sure she'd survive her bout with the novel coronavirus. → Read More

Putting a stop to violence in Indianapolis

Indianapolis is on pace for the most violent year in the city's history, with 119 homicides in 2020. Five homicides occurred just this past weekend. → Read More

Downtown art healing and bringing unity after destruction

It takes passion to take a board used to cover a broken window and turn it into a canvas. → Read More

Experts say now is not the time to take off face masks

Dr. Cole Beeler, of IU Health, doesn't think we are out of the woods just yet. → Read More

Parents and schools get ready for next school year amid pandemic

Experts are weighing in on students returning to the classroom and whether or not parents should send their children back in the middle of a global pandemic. → Read More

Carmel residents fighting to review geese control options

People on both sides of the geese discussion said they are open to discussing options other than killing the geese. → Read More

New policy could deny transgender students admission to Indy Catholic schools

As stated in a new policy, the decision would be made on a case-by-case basis. → Read More

Residents want to save geese from euthanasia in Carmel neighborhood

The geese are being considered a nuisance by the board and right now these residents are told it's a wrap since the homeowners association has voted to kill the geese. → Read More

Greenwood neighbors want help slowing down speeders

Some Greenwood residents are fed up. They say they were promised something would change in their neighborhood when it comes to slowing down speeders. → Read More

Photoshoot in Indianapolis sparks positive Black father movement

Dozens of fathers and sons headed to downtown Indianapolis Saturday for a photoshoot dedicated to showing Black men and young men in a positive light. → Read More

Hoosiers still having issues getting unemployment benefits

Unemployment woes continue for many Hoosiers even as Indiana announces that some could receive benefits for a longer period. → Read More

Indy reacts to Supreme Court ruling for LGBTQ rights in workplace

A historic ruling Monday from the U.S. Supreme Court makes clear that protection from discrimination in the workplace extends to millions of LGBTQ American workers. Sa'hara Miller is the transgender program coordinator for BU Wellness Network. She couldn't do anything but smile after finding out about Monday's landmark decision to protect LGBTQ workers from discrimination in the workplace. "I… → Read More