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Study: Redlining tied to more oil, gas wells in urban areas

By TAMMY WEBBER Associated Press Minority neighborhoods where residents were long denied home loans have twice as many oil and gas wells as mostly white...

IndyGo, Indianapolis airport lift mask mandate

IndyGo and Indianapolis International Airport will no longer require masks. Related: IndyGo breaks ground on Purple Line The moves, announced April 19, came after a decision...

Multiple lawsuits filed against Indianapolis landlords

By JILL SHERIDAN WFYI Indianapolis landlords who refuse to pay water and energy bills face litigation through three separate lawsuits. The city of Indianapolis, Citizens Energy...

Health clinic will offer free medical and dental care at Lucas Oil Stadium

A health clinic will offer medical services free of charge for uninsured and underinsured individuals starting Sunday in Indianapolis. The four-day event at Lucas Oil...

How funding cuts for COVID-19 tests and treatments could worsen health disparities

At the start of the pandemic, many wished there was a pill people could swallow to make a COVID-19 infection go away. Two years...

FDA OKs another Pfizer, Moderna COVID booster for 50 and up

By LAURAN NEERGAARD and MATTHEW PERRONE Associated Press U.S. regulators on March 29 authorized another COVID-19 booster for people age 50 and older, a step...

Together We Will or #INTogetherWeWill

Long-standing systemic health and social inequities have placed people from many racial and ethnic minority groups at increased risk of COVID-19. Before the pandemic,...

How to support people with developmental disabilities in your workplace and community

March marks Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month, a time to increase public awareness of the needs and potential of all people with developmental disabilities. The...

Two years in: The pandemic through the eyes of a health care worker’s spouse

Nicole Oberhelman’s house is small, cozy and brims with character. Every corner tells a story. A painting of the first dance from her wedding...

Children of health care workers had a front row seat to the pandemic. It took a toll.

Seven-year-old Phil Will still recognizes where the tape that split his house into two sides was glued to the ground. The kitchen and shelves...


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