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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...

At-home COVID-19 test kits free for some ZIP codes

Indianapolis residents in certain ZIP codes can order free COVID-19 test kits through the Marion County Public Health Department. The Say Yes! COVID Test At-Home...

Black men lost more years of life than previous years, and it’s not all because of COVID

The U.S. saw more than 400,000 extra deaths in 2020 compared to the previous two years. Much of this excess death was caused by...

Bridges: Professional sports need uniform COVID-19 policies

Confused about your favorite team’s COVID-19 policy and how that impacts your ability to access their respective venues? Well, join the club and get...

School teachers, staff adjusting to in-person learning

Evan Taylor remembers what it felt like in March 2020 when the COVID-19 pandemic upended education. It wasn’t just the uncertainty and quickly pivoting...

Indianapolis to expand program to help renters facing eviction

The city of Indianapolis will expand a pilot program meant to help tenants facing eviction, even as a new federal eviction moratorium is in...

CDC issues new eviction ban for most of US through Oct. 3

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued a new eviction moratorium that would last until Oct. 3, as the Biden...

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