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Possible son of Thomas Jefferson called Indiana home

The son of President Thomas Jefferson may be buried in an unmarked grave in Indianapolis. Robert Jefferson was born in Charles Town, Virginia, in 1803...

AACI holds protest at Statehouse

The African American Coalition of Indianapolis (AACI) and community supporters held a silent protest at the Indiana Statehouse on March 2 in reaction to...

Report says IMPD likely escalated tensions at protests in May 2020

A committee assembled by Mayor Joe Hogsett to analyze the way police responded to protests and riots in May 2020 concluded officers likely escalated...

COVID-19 one year later: Lasting effects and things we wish we knew then

Alicia Murray picked up a bag of Fritos recently, took a bite of one and thought the taste was off. It was disgusting, she...

IBLC calls for reprimands, implicit bias training

Members of the Indiana Black Legislative Caucus (IBLC) are calling for implicit bias training for Indiana House and Senate members and for Indiana Republican...

Indiana Democrats respond to ‘boos’ and alleged violence from Republicans

Members of the Indiana Black Legislative Caucus (IBLC) have been offered bodyguards following two incidents that occurred Feb. 18. According to Rep. Vanessa Summers, D-Indianapolis,...

Local residents search for help making utility payments

Ruth Johnson has been able to keep the lights on at the apartment she shares with her daughter on the north side of Indianapolis,...

Newfields president resigns amid scandal

Editor's note: This story has been updated to reflect Charles Venable's resignation. Charles Venable, CEO of Newfields, resigned from his post Feb. 17 following a...

County health department aims for herd immunity by end of June

Only 19% of Black people 70 and older in Marion County have received at least their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, according to...

John Lands came to Indianapolis for football but stayed for much more

John Lands, who moved to Indianapolis toward the end of the Civil Rights Movement and became an advocate for African Americans, died Jan. 23....

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