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Colin Powell has died of COVID-19 complications, family says

By ROBERT BURNS Colin Powell, who served Democratic and Republican presidents in war and peace but whose sterling reputation was forever stained when he went...

‘The lower the income, the higher the prevalence for abuse’: domestic violence linked to poverty

Black women are more likely to be victims of domestic violence than any other demographic. A Bureau of Justice study found 44% of Black...

IMPD officer faces two charges for stomping on Black man’s head

An Indianapolis police officer faces two felony charges for stomping on a homeless Black man’s head during an arrest Sept. 24 at Monument Circle...

Indianapolis infrastructure impacts pedestrian safety

Lower income neighborhoods in Indianapolis are more likely to face the brunt of road issues, including a lack of sidewalks, drainage problems and degraded...

Heartland Film Festival returns for 30th year

For three decades, Heartland Film Festival has shared international hits and local, independent films alike. For its 30th year — last year confined to...

Henrietta Lacks estate sues company using her ‘stolen’ cells

By MICHAEL KUNZELMAN COLLEGE PARK, Md. (AP) — The estate of Henrietta Lacks sued a biotechnology company Oct. 4, accusing it of selling cells that...

Legendary WTLC personality Vicki Buchanan dies

Vicki Buchanan, the first female on-air personality at WTLC, died Oct. 4. The radio station confirmed her death online. She was 67. Affectionately called the...

Holcomb signs redistricting legislation

Update: Gov. Eric Holcomb signed the redistricting bill into law Oct. 4. “Today I signed HB 1581, completing this once-in-a-decade constitutionally required process,” Holcomb said...

Democrats fail to change maps; Senate readies for final vote

Senate Republicans voted down a number of amendments brought by Democrats on Sept. 30 that would have changed the redistricting process or altered specific...

Here’s what Indiana’s proposed legislative and congressional maps look like

Indiana’s legislative and congressional district maps are poised to be among the most gerrymandered in the country now that the redistricting process is nearing...


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