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Council approves $1.3 billion 2022 budget

The Indianapolis City-County Council approved a $1.3 billion 2022 budget Oct. 18, with the largest chunks of funding going toward public safety programs and...

Colin Powell has died of COVID-19 complications, family says

By ROBERT BURNS Colin Powell, who served Democratic and Republican presidents in war and peace but whose sterling reputation was forever stained when he went...

Kids’ Voice of Indiana gets CASA certification

Kids' Voice of Indiana received certifications to provide court-appointed special advocates for children in Marion County courts, the organization announced Oct. 13. Kids' Voice is...

Complaint alleges Old National Bank discriminated against Black borrowers

The Fair Housing Center of Central Indiana filed a complaint against Old National Bank, accusing the bank of discriminating against Black mortgage borrowers in...

Freetown Village Black History Moment: Frank R. Beckwith first Black person to run for president in a major political party

Indianapolis Attorney Frank Roscoe Beckwith was the first Black person to run in a major political party for president of the United States. He...

Holcomb signs redistricting legislation

Update: Gov. Eric Holcomb signed the redistricting bill into law Oct. 4. “Today I signed HB 1581, completing this once-in-a-decade constitutionally required process,” Holcomb said...

Democrats fail to change maps; Senate readies for final vote

Senate Republicans voted down a number of amendments brought by Democrats on Sept. 30 that would have changed the redistricting process or altered specific...

Here’s what Indiana’s proposed legislative and congressional maps look like

Indiana’s legislative and congressional district maps are poised to be among the most gerrymandered in the country now that the redistricting process is nearing...

Senate committee approves amended maps; House will have to concur before full vote

The Senate Elections Committee approved the redistricting bill by a 7-2 vote along party lines Sept. 28, sending it to the full Senate for...

Senate committee hosts last of redistricting hearings

People continued to criticize Republican lawmakers during another public hearing to discuss proposed district maps, this time in a Senate Elections Committee meeting Sept....

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