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Gun control conversations divide Indianapolis

As Indianapolis residents mourned the loss of eight people in the FedEx shooting April 16, it was difficult to escape calls for gun control...

Report recommends Indy gets more aggressive to ensure equitable development, prevent displacement

A report released by the Department of Metropolitan Development and a national nonprofit recommends the city enact policies such as making the new rent...

Indiana senators answer questions from Martindale-Brightwood group

Both senators from Indiana, Mike Braun and Todd Young, spent about a half hour answering questions during the monthly ONE VOICE Martindale-Brightwood meeting April...

Conviction Integrity Unit opens petition process

A new Conviction Integrity Unit through the Marion County Prosecutor's Office will begin to review petitions from the public, the office announced April 9. Petitioners...

New Democratic Party chair and vice chair have big goals

Mike Schmuhl and Myla Eldridge were named chair and vice chair, respectively, of the Indiana Democratic Party during the party’s reorganization meeting March 20....

Future of IndyGo projects on uncertain track

The future of mass transit in Indianapolis hangs in the balance after the House Committee on Roads and Transportation held a hearing on Senate...

Poverty: ‘It takes a toll’

Let him tell it, Chris Busbee is sure he could’ve gone pro in football or basketball, maybe both. Instead, Busbee was staring down the barrel...

When philanthropy takes the lead on fixing poverty

La’Toya Pitts has been CEO of Christamore House for about 2 1/2 years, enough time to learn expectations for what the west side community...

Low-income residents, neighborhoods face long history of neglect

Sometimes it comes at 2 in the morning. Sometimes it’s a few hours later at 5 a.m. or 5:30 a.m. Either way, Leslie House...

Workers face power struggle on the job and in life

When Robert Hughes talks about the advantages of being represented by a union, he doesn’t go straight to the big-ticket stuff such as wages...

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