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Indianapolis pastor James Jackson launches campaign for mayor

Fervent Prayer pastor James Jackson announced his candidacy for mayor during a campaign launch event Nov. 29, telling supporters he wants to make Indianapolis...

Indianapolis pastor plans to run for mayor 

With a vision of “transforming” Indianapolis, Fervent Prayer Church pastor James Jackson confirmed to the Recorder on Nov. 21 that he plans to run...

Hogsett ‘proud’ of his record as he gears up for 3rd term bid

Mayor Joe Hogsett is hoping his record as the city’s top elected official for the last six years will be enough to secure a...

Hogsett will seek third — ‘and final’ — term as mayor

Joe Hogsett will seek a third and final term as mayor of Indianapolis, he announced during a campaign event Nov. 15.

‘We can do better.’ State Rep. Robin Shackleford announces run for mayor of Indianapolis 

State Rep. Robin Shackleford announced her intention to run for mayor of Indianapolis.  Shackleford and her campaign team held a press conference Nov. 10 in...

SCOTUS seems unlikely to side with Marion County agency questioning civil rights precedent

The U.S. Supreme Court heard oral arguments Nov. 9 for a case that involves an Indiana nursing home and a Marion County public health agency. The case has captured national attention due to its far-reaching implications for federal safety net programs across the country. 

Hope Hampton wins only contested IPS school board race

Three new members were approved by voters Nov. 8 to join the Indianapolis Public Schools Board in January. Hope Hampton won with nearly 56% of the District 3 vote, the sole contested IPS race.

Mears wins reelection for county prosecutor

Marion County voters reelected incumbent Democrat Ryan Mears as the county’s lead prosecutor Nov. 8.

Tightening abortion laws reignite conversation around a permanent Child Tax Credit

As many states, including Indiana, take steps to tighten abortion laws, conversations have been reignited about how to best support mothers and babies. And many policy experts point to a permanent child tax credit, made available to low- and no-income families, as one way to do that.

Judging With a Purpose

by Kara Kavensky Judge Tiffany U. Vivo currently serves as our Marion Circuit Court judge.  Seeking a better life, Tiffany Vivo's family took the brave and...


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