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Report: Race, gender strong indicators for how long someone stays in jail

Forty-eight percent of the Marion County jail population is Black, despite only making up 27% of the population, according to estimates from the American...

Panel discusses fallout from UniGov 53 years after it changed Indianapolis

There is no going back in time to undo UniGov, either scrapping it altogether or tweaking bits and pieces, but the legislation that reshaped...

Panel to discuss intended and unintended consequences of UniGov

The legacy of UniGov is complicated. There are competing narratives and far-reaching consequences still felt today. Plus, there is a dwindling number of firsthand...

The end of slating? Hogsett calls for Democrats to end controversial practice

Mayor Joe Hogsett is ready for the Marion County Democratic Party to end its controversial endorsement process, according to a statement shared by his...

City-county councilors to consider first pay raise in 20 years

City-county councilors could see their first pay increase in more than 20 years. A proposal introduced to the council May 2 calls for the...

Council approves new voting districts

The Indianapolis City-County Council voted to approve new local voting districts May 2, bringing an end to the once-per-decade redistricting process that was challenged...

Democrats running for county recorder have big goals for little-known office

Vying for the Democratic nomination to become the next Marion County recorder is one candidate who’s worked in the office for seven years and...

‘This will continue to linger’: What if Black legislators, clergy don’t get help they’re looking for in local Democratic Party fight?

A group of local Black legislators and clergy have been vocal about wanting the Marion County Democratic Party chair to resign, but they’re not...

Democratic candidates for Senate District 46 make their case ahead of primary

The Democratic primary for state Senate District 46 features more candidates than any other primary for a local seat in the Indiana Legislature. Candidates are...

Black clergy, elected officials again call for county Democratic chair to resign

Members of the Baptist Minister’s Alliance, Concerned Clergy of Indianapolis and Marion County Black Elected Officials called for Marion County Democratic Party Chair Kate...

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