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IMPD announces priorities for 2022

After a record-breaking year of homicides in 2021, the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department (IMPD) announced its initiatives for 2022, including decreasing gun violence, increasing...

Inmate dies in new jail that’s supposed to be safer for detainees

A 45-year-old man died Jan. 17 in the jail at the new Community Justice Campus, according to the Marion County Sheriff’s Office. Staff at the...

Year in Review: Mass shooting at FedEx shakes community

A mass shooting at an Indianapolis FedEx facility near the airport in April left nine people dead, including the shooter, and a community shaken.   At roughly 11 p.m. April...

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...

Advocates honor homeless who died in 2021

Hundreds of people gathered on the steps of Monument Circle downtown Dec. 21 for a memorial service to honor homeless people who died in...

Family living out of hotel after car crashes into bedroom

A family of six is living out of a hotel after a teenage neighbor drove her mother’s car through the house. Tina Humphrey was in...

Nonprofit quietly creates a village for Indianapolis children, women

It takes a village to raise a child. For nearly 40 years, the Assistance League of Indianapolis (ALI) has been a part of that...

IMPD on the verge of changing discipline policy, still accepting public comment

A committee tasked with handling issues related to hiring, firing and disciplining Indianapolis police officers will continue to take public comment on proposed changes...

2021 Winter Contingency Plan accounts for COVID-19, cold weather

The Indianapolis Winter Contingency Plan, which provides indoor shelter options for Indianapolis and Central Indiana residents experiencing homelessness, looks different again this year compared...

Cycling advocates help light the path

In response to an increase in traffic collisions involving pedestrians and bike riders, concerned cyclists are working to ensure as many bike riders as...

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