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78,000 pounds of infant formula arrives in US

By MICHAEL CONROY Associated Press INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — A military plane carrying enough specialty infant formula for more than half a million baby bottles arrived...

Family, friends remember Recorder art director John Hurst

John Hurst, the Recorder’s former art director who was known for his graphic design skills and love for art, died May 16. He was...

Panel discusses fallout from UniGov 53 years after it changed Indianapolis

There is no going back in time to undo UniGov, either scrapping it altogether or tweaking bits and pieces, but the legislation that reshaped...

Panel to discuss intended and unintended consequences of UniGov

The legacy of UniGov is complicated. There are competing narratives and far-reaching consequences still felt today. Plus, there is a dwindling number of firsthand...

Faith leaders: Fire officers involved in Herman Whitfield III’s death

Black faith leaders called for the officers involved in the death of Herman Whitfield III to be fired during a press conference May 9. Whitfield...

Jury: IMPD officers must pay $1.2M to estate of man killed in 2018

A federal jury ordered two Indianapolis police officers to pay a total of $1.2 million to the estate of a man fatally shot by...

Council approves new voting districts

The Indianapolis City-County Council voted to approve new local voting districts May 2, bringing an end to the once-per-decade redistricting process that was challenged...

Frank Anderson, first African American sheriff in Marion County, dies

Frank Anderson, who became the first African American to serve as Marion County sheriff and guided the agency through its merger with the police...

Mourners remember Herman Whitfield III at vigil, continue calls for new crisis response team

The emotions had been boiling up inside of Lena Harvey for a few days by the time she attended a vigil for Herman Whitfield...

Democrats running for county recorder have big goals for little-known office

Vying for the Democratic nomination to become the next Marion County recorder is one candidate who’s worked in the office for seven years and...

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