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IPS’ operating tax referendum won’t happen but district overhaul continues

By ELIZABETH GABRIEL WFYI News The Indianapolis Public Schools district officially announced it will no longer try to place a $413.6 million operating property tax...

IMPD releases body camera footage of man shot in grandmother’s driveway

Newly released body camera footage shows city police only took seven seconds before they fired 30 rounds into Anthony Maclin’s window as he slept...

Former Martin president, IPS superintendent nominated for library board

Members of the City-County Council introduced a proposal Feb. 6 to appoint Dr. Eugene G. White to the Indianapolis Public Library Board of Trustees. During...

Purdue Poly student killed in weekend shooting

Purdue Polytechnic High School student James Johnson III was killed in a shooting the evening of Feb. 4 at a home in Irvington. “Devastated to...

Free health clinic returns permanently to IndyGo transit center

By JILL SHERIDAN WFYI News A free, mobile health clinic will set up permanent hours at IndyGo’s transit center. Wellness in Transit started last year...

Four Steps to Achieving Financial Independence

Financial independence means different things to different people. For some, it means having a savings account that’s flush with cash, or building generational wealth...

Abdul-Hakim Shabazz defends record as he launches campaign for mayor

New Republican mayoral candidate Abdul-Hakim Shabazz will make public safety one of the top priorities of his campaign as he defends controversial comments he’s...

Know your entertainers: Local rap artist Skypp reaches Top 10 on iTunes

An Indianapolis artist climbed the iTunes charts for a second time, joining the ranks alongside notable rappers such as Drake, Eminem and Dr. Dre...

Spiritual Outlook: Black history, the root causes of hunger and reparatory justice

“Do good, seek justice.” -Jeremiah 1:17 Black History Month 2023 invites a timely reflection on how we repair the historic root causes of hunger in...

IBE’s new president, CEO lays out goals for organization

Indiana Black Expo’s new president and CEO, Alice Watson, took over the 52-year-old organization at the start of the year with plans to expand...

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