Stephanie Wade, WRTV Indianapolis

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WRTV Indianapolis

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Past articles by Stephanie:

Parents in Carmel concerned about school safety plan

Those parents said they want more options for safely learning, especially as more and more cases of COVID-19 are reported at school districts across the area. → Read More

Black Lives Matter mural painted in downtown Indianapolis

Indianapolis is joining the growing lists of cities with Black Lives Matter murals on major streets. → Read More

Gov. Holcomb, Mayor Hogsett discuss next steps for state and city

Though Indiana has seen an increase in COVID-19 cases for several days now, Gov. Eric Holcomb says we remain in Stage 4.5 of reopening, meaning shopping mall and stores can remain open at full capacity and restaurants at 75% capacity. → Read More

Indianapolis group renovates Army veteran's house for free

Taking the house down to the studs, replacing everything from the floors to the walls to the counters and windows, they renovated and remodeled Kevin Greeve's house at no cost to him. → Read More

New safety procedures for organ donation in light of COVID-19

The Indiana Donor Network said there was an initial decrease in organ donation when the COVID-19 pandemic first hit. → Read More

Former student says she was racially bullied at Westfield school

Students chanted the n-word over Zoom with a teacher on the call. → Read More

Mom pleads for justice in killing of 16-year-old daughter

Nya Mae Cope, 16, who was killed by a stray bullet while riding in a car with her mom. → Read More

Home for boys working to stop Indy's cycle of violence

With six bedrooms that can house 12 young men, the home at the corner of 30th Street and Tibbs Avenue gives them a place to stay, help if they're food insecure and unsupported at home. → Read More

Working Together: Group donates thousands of masks to schools

What started as a small gesture has culminated in 115,000 masks donated and counting all by complete strangers. → Read More

The Rebound Indiana: Second Helpings feeding more families

Staff at Second Helpings are split into two different shifts to churn out the increased need at food banks, shelters and senior centers. → Read More

Woman beats COVID-19 after a month on a ventilator

Arlonda Johnson Dickerson spent nearly two months in the hospital, with 35 days on a ventilator, in her fight against COVID-19. → Read More

Honoring paramedics during National EMS Week

Linda Hodge-McKinney is retiring after 34 years as an Indianapolis paramedic. → Read More

Working Together: Three nurses recover from COVID-19 now helping others

Three nurses have recovered after getting COVID-19 while helping to save the lives of Hoosiers. → Read More

Working Together: Child health unit at Indiana Women's Prison needs donations

The unit is still in need of diapers, wipes, baby wash and lotion, nursery furniture and cribs. → Read More

As Indiana enters phase 2, more businesses begin to reopen

For 45 days, RaeLynn's Boutique in Carmel has been shut down. → Read More

Rebound Indiana: Employees concerned over reopening casinos

It is still undetermined when casinos will be allowed to reopen in Indiana. → Read More

Security of Zoom, other video conferencing technology under scrutiny

Carmel-Clay schools have enhanced their security features for all of their teachers using Zoom. → Read More

Coronavirus pandemic putting Indiana farmers in a pinch

Farmers across the Hoosier state are feeling the pinch. As supply continues to go up, the demand just isn't there. → Read More

Hiring Hoosiers: Workers, small businesses seeking loans and answers

People are still struggling to get ahold of unemployment assistance and that includes loans for small businesses. → Read More

Working Together: The impact of COVID-19 on families with autism

Groups like Autism Speaks are filling in for the sudden lack of support systems. → Read More