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IMPD announces priorities for 2022

After a record-breaking year of homicides in 2021, the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department (IMPD) announced its initiatives for 2022, including decreasing gun violence, increasing...

With widespread at-home testing, more COVID-19 cases will be missing from official counts

Widespread availability of at-home COVID-19 tests could be one of the more useful tools in an effort to reach the end of the pandemic,...

Order your free at-home COVID-19 tests

A government website to order four free at-home COVID-19 tests per household opened Jan. 18. The website, covidtests.gov, requires only a name and shipping address....

Generations of Hoosiers remember Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Ninety-three years after his birth and nearly 54 years since his assassination, the messages and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. still hold...

Holcomb addresses economy, pandemic in State of the State address

In his State of the State address Jan. 11, Gov. Eric Holcomb touted Indiana’s economy and workforce development, as well as the impact of...

Indiana Black Legislative Caucus announces legislative agenda

Legislation proposed by members of the Indiana Black Legislative Caucus (IBLC) includes restrictions on cash bail for nonviolent offenders, discriminatory lending practices and efforts...

Critical race theory, vaccines and more: What to expect from the 2022 Indiana legislative session

While the 2022 Indiana legislative session is short this year — the 2021 session didn’t officially end until November of last year due to...

Local NAACP to file report with departments of Education, Justice on blackface incident at Center Grove

The local NAACP chapter plans to file a report with the U.S. Department of Education and U.S. Department of Justice about concerns of "cultural...

Report: Black homeownership down 20% in Marion County since 2010

A report from the Fair Housing Center of Central Indiana shows the Black homeownership rate has decreased in Marion County by 20% over the...

Year in Review: Indianapolis Public Library CEO resigned amid racism scandal, funding loss

The controversy started with a Zoom call May 24.   During a virtual board meeting, members of the Indianapolis Public Library (IndyPL) board of trustees heard from a former employee about how she...


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