Rafael Sanchez, WRTV Indianapolis

Rafael Sanchez

WRTV Indianapolis

Indianapolis, IN, United States

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Past articles by Rafael:

Businesses not filling positions because applicants lack needed skills

The state says as many as 85,000 jobs are unfilled because companies can't find applicants with the right set of skills. → Read More

IPS superintendent Lewis Ferebee accepts job with DC Public Schools

The Indianapolis Public Schools Board of School Commissioners announced Monday that Superintendent Dr. Lewis Ferebee has accepted a job in Washington D.C. and will be leaving IPS. → Read More

Richmond Hill explosion survivor dies after lung cancer battle

Glenn Olvey, who survived the 2012 Richmond Hill explosion, has died following a battle with lung cancer. → Read More

Broken surveillance cameras at Indy public housing getting repaired after Call 6 investigation

A month after Call 6 Investigates began asking questions about broken security cameras at multiple Indianapolis Housing Authority public housing sites; the agency is now looking into the cost of repairs. → Read More

Carmel parents hope son's suicide will leads to changes & save lives

Son questioned by school administrators without parents present → Read More

Indy tattoo artist draws attention to home after weeks of repair runarounds from landlord

An Indy renter says a simple repair in his home turned into a months-long issue so he reached out to Call 6 Investigates for help. → Read More

Call 6: Dozens of surveillance cameras out of service at Indianapolis apartments

Residents at public housing complexes throughout the city are concerned for their safety after Call 6 Investigates uncovered several nonfunctioning surveillance cameras at the housing sites. → Read More

IEMS explains: What's driving the cost of your ambulance bill?

The Indianapolis Emergency Medical Services is working behind the scenes to provide consumers with a better explanation of what services you pay when you're billed. → Read More

Indiana woman told she makes too much money to live in Carmel

An Indiana woman, three days before her scheduled move to Carmel, Indiana, was told she makes too much money to live in her new complex. → Read More

Mother arrested after 2-year-old son left in hot car outside Delaware County apartment complex

A Delaware County toddler has died after being found left in a vehicle outside a Daleville apartment complex Wednesday evening. → Read More

Head of Indianapolis Housing Agency retires

Rufus 'Bud' Myers, the head of the Indianapolis Housing Agency, has retired and left his post. → Read More

Testing clears Franklin schools to open for class, but not everyone is convinced its safe

Hundreds of people attended a district meeting Friday night to hear about the results that found two Franklin schools are safe to open for classes next week following environmental concerns. → Read More

IHA must hire independent monitor

The United States Department of Housing and Urban Development wants the Indianapolis Housing Agency to hire an independent monitor to oversee the millions of dollars paid to Hoosiers in need. → Read More

Coroner rules Anderson toddler's death homicide, prosecutor says more charges to be filed soon

The Madison County Coroner has ruled the death of an Anderson toddler earlier this year as a homicide. → Read More

Widow of Lt. Allan starts #1stDayHero movement to honor her husband and show kids they matter

Stacy Allan is the force behind what she calls “The First Day Hero.” → Read More

Treat yourself to some lemonade Friday and help kids at Coburn Place start the school year off right

Treat yourself to a refreshing glass of lemonade while helping kids raise money for school clothing and supplies this Friday. → Read More

Anti-abortion mailer targets Central Indiana doctors who perform abortions

Operation Save America – an anti-abortion group – sent out hundreds of mailers this week targeting two doctors in Central Indiana. → Read More

Henry County woman worried about homelessness after house fire

A Henry County, Indiana woman said she could be homeless if the construction of her house doesn't pick up after a fire destroyed her previous home. → Read More

Former Greenwood PD chief Bob Dine retires after 41 years on the force

After four decades on the job, Bob Dine is calling it a career. → Read More

State's transportation manager still struggles to get people to doctor's appointments

People all across the state are still struggling to get to their doctor's appointments as the new system, Southeastrans, nears one month of service in Indiana. → Read More