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Fredricks named director of OMWBD

David Fredricks was named director of the Office of Minority and Women Business Development (OMWBD) by Mayor Joe Hogsett Jan. 21. Fredricks previously worked as...

Breaux discusses health equity, state of legislature

In her 16th year serving in the state legislature, Sen. Jean Breaux, D-District 34, is calling attention to the need for increased equity in...

First local redistricting forum rescheduled for Jan. 22

The Indianapolis City-County Council will host the first in a series of local redistricting forms from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Jan. 22 in the cafeteria...

Holcomb addresses economy, pandemic in State of the State address

In his State of the State address Jan. 11, Gov. Eric Holcomb touted Indiana’s economy and workforce development, as well as the impact of...

Indiana Black Legislative Caucus announces legislative agenda

Legislation proposed by members of the Indiana Black Legislative Caucus (IBLC) includes restrictions on cash bail for nonviolent offenders, discriminatory lending practices and efforts...

Critical race theory, vaccines and more: What to expect from the 2022 Indiana legislative session

While the 2022 Indiana legislative session is short this year — the 2021 session didn’t officially end until November of last year due to...

Report: Black homeownership down 20% in Marion County since 2010

A report from the Fair Housing Center of Central Indiana shows the Black homeownership rate has decreased in Marion County by 20% over the...

Far too little vote fraud to tip election to Trump, AP finds

By CHRISTINA A. CASSIDY, Associated Press ATLANTA (AP) — An Associated Press review of every potential case of voter fraud in the six battleground states...

30 nonprofits get $3M for anti-violence work at the end of another record homicide year

The most recent wave of anti-violence funding comes in the form of close to $3 million that will go to 30 organizations to prevent...

Report recommends more low-barrier shelter beds, navigation hub for homeless

Indianapolis could add more than 100 low-barrier shelter beds in a new building, along with a services navigation center, to help close the gap...


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