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Legacy park looks forward to revitalization after years of disinvestment 

By JILL SHREIDAN WFYI A historic Indianapolis neighborhood undergoing waves of redevelopment now looks forward to a new park facility. Frederick Douglass Park is a...

Black life goes full frame at 2022 Tribeca Film Festival

The Tribeca Film Festival is back on track. In 2022, it offered both theater screenings and at-home TFF app viewings. Festival premieres and parties...

Indiana to receive investment in lead service lines and water infrastructure

Indiana will receive $127 million in federal funding every year for the next five years from the recently passed infrastructure law to address lead...

Residents call for action as situation at IHA properties worsens

By JILL SHREIDAN WFYI Years of mismanagement haunt the Indianapolis Housing Agency and hurt those it serves. Now a community calls for action as the...

Book review: ‘Grief is Love: Living with Loss’ by Marisa Renee Lee

It happened so fast. One minute, your loved one was talking, laughing, alive — and the next minute they were gone, as if a thick...

Here’s how IPS has spent its federal pandemic funding to date

By ALEKSANDRA APPLETON Chalkbeat Indiana Indianapolis Public Schools has spent around 10% of its federal COVID-19 funding to date, directing most of the money to...

Many sickle cell patients are no longer children, but the system has not caught up

One night when Paul Gakpo was 9 months old, he fell sick and wouldn’t eat. His parents grew worried and rushed him to a...

Answers surrounding the formula shortage: What you can do to keep your baby healthy

The U.S. is facing an unforeseen and unprecedented shortage in infant formula. The Milk Bank, a nonprofit tissue bank in Indianapolis, estimates that 30% of...


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