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COVID-19 is Spreading More Than Ever in the U.S. and Around the World

Broderick Rhyant, M.D.Chief Physician Executive, Eskenazi Health Center Forest Manor With COVID-19 vaccines introduced nearly one year ago, it would be reasonable to believe that...

Omicron comes just in time to (maybe) ruin Christmas plans

A year after canceling Christmas plans in favor of video calls with family, Brandon Powell is ready to do it all over again. When Powell...

Report recommends more low-barrier shelter beds, navigation hub for homeless

Indianapolis could add more than 100 low-barrier shelter beds in a new building, along with a services navigation center, to help close the gap...

Health department opens vaccine clinic for kids 5-11 only

The Marion County Public Health Department opened a new COVID-19 vaccine clinic for 5- to 11-year-olds only. The clinic, located at 3685 Commercial Drive,...

‘I hate COVID’: Younger children roll up their sleeves for vaccine

Six-year-old Bellamy Hermmann sat in a chair that could have held three of her comfortably and rolled up her pink sleeve, exposing a tiny...

Mid-North neighborhood to get $3.5M in investment over 3 years

The Mid-North neighborhood will receive $3.5 million in investments for housing, education and food access over a three-year period as part of the city’s...

Roll up your sleeves: Kids’ turn arrives for COVID-19 shots

Hugs with friends. Birthday parties indoors. Pillow fights. School children who got their first COVID-19 shots Nov. 3 said these are the pleasures they...

Rental assistance program expanded

The city’s rent assistance program will accept applications for up to 12 months of help, an increase from the previous period of three months. The...

Gentrification, housing instability among explanations for lagging enrollment in IPS

Indianapolis Public Schools is slowly rebounding from the effect COVID-19 has had on enrollment, but that’s not the case at the K-6 level, where...

Americans are turning down vaccines that some are crossing the world to get

The U.S. has secured more doses than the country’s COVID-19 vaccine needs. But around the world, tens of millions of people have no access...

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