Alyssa Donovan, WRTV Indianapolis

Alyssa Donovan

WRTV Indianapolis

Indianapolis, IN, United States

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Past articles by Alyssa:

Millions of masks delivered to Indiana schools

Boxes and boxes full of hand sanitizer and face masks have been procured by the state to be shipped out by Langham Logistics. → Read More

Staying safe while traveling this 4th of July weekend

According to AAA, 97% of holiday travelers will be driving. → Read More

'The Bail Project' assists protesters and those in need

Protests in Indianapolis have drawn out several organizations looking to make a difference in our community at this time. One group, in particular, is helping people right when they are released from police custody. → Read More

24-hour gym in Fishers reopens right at midnight after COVID-19 closures

Some establishment owners were so excited they opened at exactly 12:01 a.m. on Friday. And that's what "Barkes Fitness" did in Fishers. → Read More

IU Health staff creates N95 mask disinfection system

While IU health has plenty of N95 masks for their staff members right now, they wanted to find a way to make this personal protective equipment last longer, especially now as stay at home orders are being lifted. → Read More

Study: Millions are adding credit card debt during the COVID-19 pandemic

Around 28 million people in the U.S. have added to their credit card debt as a direct result from the COVID-19 outbreak. → Read More

Home repair companies taking precautions for both employees and homeowners

There are certain things that can't be put on pause during the state's stay-at-home order. One of those include necessary home repairs, such as if a pipe bursts or your foundation is cracked. → Read More

More women are turning to home births due to COVID-19 pandemic

With hospital restrictions in place and concern about interacting with COVID-19 patients, some mothers to be are turning to another option, home births. → Read More

How financial advisors are handling the coronavirus impacts

So what are the best moves to get the most out of your money? → Read More

Five schools have reported school-wide flu outbreaks this season

For it to be considered a school-wide flu outbreak, 20% or more of students have to be absent due to illness. → Read More

Hiring Hoosiers: Emergency medical responder class offered in Boone County

Witham Health Services and Thorntown/Sugar Creek Fire Department are offering a class for Boone county residents interested in becoming certified Emergency Medical Responders. → Read More

IACS launches campaign to help keep animals in their forever homes

The "No Place Like Home" campaign offers pet owners resources and options to help with issues that may lead to animals being surrendered to the shelter. → Read More

How schools decide to delay or close when winter weather moves in

When winter weather moves into Central Indiana, schools are forced to decided if they are going to cancel, delay, or keep schools open. → Read More

Traffic Alert: Weekend road construction could impact travel in Marion Co.

INDOT crews and contractors will be working to repair winter damage by extending the life of pavement and fixing bridge joints. → Read More

National Prescription Drug Take Back Day happening Saturday

People with expired or unneeded prescription drugs can drop them off at several locations Saturday across Indianapolis as part of National Prescription Drug Take Back Day. → Read More

Two killed after pickup truck driver runs red light and collides with car, police say

Two people are dead after police say a pickup truck ran a red light and t-boned another vehicle. → Read More

132 pro golfers compete in Indy Women in Tech Championship

Over 100 women competed in the Indy Women in Tech Championship at Brickyard Crossing for a chance at a $2 million purse. → Read More

Cyclists ride across the country for cancer research

More than 100 cyclists are riding across the country to raise money for cancer research as part of Coast 2 Coast 4 Cancer. One of the relay teams received a send-off Thursday at Bankers Life Fieldhouse. → Read More

Friday Football Frenzy: Knightstown Panthers take on Union City (Sept. 13, 2019)

Press play on the video above to watch the Knightstown Panthers get ready to take on the Union City Indians. The Indians are coming off a loss from last week while the Panthers just won their games on Friday. The Panthers are 2-1, and they plan to continue the momentum into tonight's game on their home field. → Read More

Students learn dental basics at Anderson Career Center

Anderson Career Center offers a program that allows students to broaden their base knowledge of dentistry and leave the program with a certification and job prospects. → Read More