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It runs in the family: Eden Missionary has a new pastor

Adrienne Overton grew up in Eden Missionary Baptist Church in Haughville. Her father was a pastor there, and her grandfather and great-grandfather before him...

Senate puts local renter protections back on chopping block

The Indiana Senate voted Feb. 8 to override Gov. Eric Holcomb’s veto of a bill that would have nullified recently passed renter protections in...

New housing project stresses financial literacy

Construction on a new affordable housing complex will begin in May on Indianapolis’ east side. A partnership between Circle City Property Management and Development (CCPMD)...

Adult learners find their place in a pandemic

Tosin Ajayi has always loved working with computers. She’s amazed by technology in general because in Nigeria, where Ajayi lived until 2009, access was...

Indiana veterans voice concerns about Senate bill

On the surface, Senate Bill 316 sounds like something all veterans could rally behind. Essentially, the bill would expand the number of Hoosier veterans...

Juvenile charged as adult in Adams Street mass shooting

Raymond Childs III, 17, faces six charges of murder in connection with the shooting deaths of his family Jan. 24. These charges, along with...

No charges in death of McHale Rose

None of the four Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department (IMPD) officers involved in the May 7, 2020 shooting death of McHale Rose were charged. The...

Baseball legend Hank Aaron dies at 86

Hank Aaron, who played briefly for the Indianapolis Clowns in the Negro Leagues and went on to break Babe Ruth's home run record, has...

‘He was a king’: Community mourns Johnny Purchase

Johnny Purchase’s shooting death was a reminder that those who are nearest a solution can also be closest to the harm. Purchase, a 60-year-old youth...

Amid the pandemic, more Black families on the brink of homelessness

Three times a week, an Uber ride on Indianapolis’ east side helps to save the life of bright-eyed, 11-year-old Jay’Shawn Roberson. Every other weekday, Jay’Shawn...

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