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‘It just has me hurtin’’: Amid homicide rise, 23 Black women killed so far this year

Sabrina Manley will remember her sister as someone who was always energetic, the book smart type who stayed involved in the community and tried...

School teachers, staff adjusting to in-person learning

Evan Taylor remembers what it felt like in March 2020 when the COVID-19 pandemic upended education. It wasn’t just the uncertainty and quickly pivoting...

IndyPL loses funding amid racism allegations

The Central Indiana Community Foundation (CICF) on Aug. 9 announced it will withhold funding from Indianapolis Public Library (IndyPL) until a “measurable change toward...

Hogsett unveils 2022 budget

Mayor Joe Hogsett proposed the 2022 budget during a city-county council meeting Aug. 9. The $1.3 billion budget includes an historic amount earmarked for...

Eviction moratoria change court process and tenant-landlord communication, culture

Eloundis Daniel, 43, would have been homeless about a year ago, if not for the eviction moratoria that prevented her from being removed from...

COVID-19 delta variant: What to know

The delta variant of COVID-19 now accounts for almost all new cases in Indiana and across the country, prompting renewed calls for masking and...

New campaign hopes to destigmatize domestic violence

A new campaign launched by the Indiana Coalition Against Domestic Violence (ICADV) shares the stories of survivors, in their own words, to decrease the...

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...

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