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2023 Marion County Primary Elections: What you need to know

Voter registration for Marion County’s May Primary Election ends in just over a week. Those wishing to cast ballots in the May primary must be...

7 mayoral candidates discuss key issues in campaign forum 

With the primary election less than two months away, seven mayoral candidates participated in a panel discussion to explain their platforms on a variety of...

Council votes to protect puppies;White named to library board

The Indianapolis City-County Council voted unanimously on two major proposals during its regular meeting March 6, including banning the retail sale of commercially raised...

Indiana lawmakers advance bill banning education on ‘human sexuality’ through the third grade

By CASEY SMITH More than four hours of “We say gay!” chants echoed through the Indiana Statehouse Feb. 20 as hundreds rallied against a bill...

‘There is no landlord accountability.’ Tenants call on lawmakers for better protections

Tenants and lawmakers called for stronger protections for renters during a Housing Advocacy Day at the Statehouse. Advocates are rallying around Senate Bill 202, which...

Former Martin president, IPS superintendent nominated for library board

A City-County Council committee voted to recommend appointing Dr. Eugene G. White to the Indianapolis Public Library Board of Trustees during a meeting Feb....

Abdul-Hakim Shabazz defends record as he launches campaign for mayor

New Republican mayoral candidate Abdul-Hakim Shabazz will make public safety one of the top priorities of his campaign as he defends controversial comments he’s...

Criminal homicides, shootings down in 2022

Criminal homicides in Indianapolis decreased by 16.3% in 2022 compared to 2021, and there were 13.7% fewer nonfatal shooting, Mayor Joe Hogsett announced Jan....

Here’s who has filed to run for mayor of Indianapolis

Eight people have filed to run for mayor of Indianapolis as of Jan. 20 ahead of the May primary. The list of candidates includes...

IBLC legislative agenda emphasizes education, support for students of color

The Indiana Black Legislative Caucus announced its 2023 legislative agenda, which focuses on closing the education achievement gap and providing additional support to students...


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