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Homelessness in Indy at 10-year high

The number of people experiencing homelessness was at a 10-year high when volunteers counted in January, the Coalition for Homelessness Intervention and Prevention announced...

CDC expected to backpedal on some masking guidelines

By MIKE STOBBE, AP Medical Writer The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention was expected to backpedal Tuesday on its masking guidelines and recommend that...

‘It certainly wasn’t a love fest’: Indianapolis Public Library staff call for CEO resignation

The Indianapolis Public Library (IndyPL) administration remains under fire for their response to racism allegations from former and current staff members. During a board...

Recorder continues to rack up wins

The Indianapolis Recorder Newspaper won 11 awards from the Hoosier State Press Association (HSPA) Better Newspaper Contest. The HSPA awards come after the Recorder won...

Major Taylor mural honors a trailblazer

Nine years before Jack Johnson became the first African American heavyweight champion and 48 years before Jackie Robinson broke baseball’s color barrier, there was...

Civil, human rights investigation to be conducted in Indianapolis

Civil rights attorney Malik Shabazz is leading an investigation into possible civil and human rights violations in regard to the murder of Dorian Murrell.  Shabazz...

From Facebook group to LLC, Black Dolla Indy — the epicenter of Black networking

Carl Gordon opened Gordon’s Milkshake Bar on Massachusetts Avenue in December 2019. He was excited to see how much his business would grow with...

Despite community backlash, council approves more funding for IMPD

A tense interaction between community members and the city-county council led to the removal of members of Indy10 Black Lives Matter during the July...

‘Don’t let them silence you’: library union voices demands

Members of the Indiana Library Workers Union, along with representatives of the Indianapolis Liberation Center, rallied outside the Indianapolis Public Library (IndyPL) Library Services...

Local nonprofit gets grant to do more home repairs for seniors, people with disabilities

NeighborLink Indianapolis plans to double the number of homeowners it helps with repair projects by the end of the year, with a goal of...

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