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Stop the Violence Indianapolis celebrate 11 years of ‘The Talks’

For the last 11 years, Stop the Violence Indianapolis has been helping young girls work on self-image, self-worth and self-respect. Created in 2009 by Anthony...

Tips to stay safe: Summer traffic surge puts focus on distracted driving ahead of Memorial Day

As Indiana enters its summer months and Memorial Day approaches, increased road traffic and bicyclists heighten the risk of accidents, bringing distracted driving to...

‘My goal was to crash the party:’ Addressing youth gun violence

The Marion County Public Health Department hosted over two dozen community organizations for an event to address youth gun violence. Half an hour into the meeting, Kareem Hines brought a group of teen boys from New B.O.Y (Breed of Youth), a mentoring and youth development program came and sat in the back.

14 pro-Palestinian arrests outside governor’s residence

14 people were arrested outside the Indiana Governor’s Residence early Thursday morning on April 18 for obstructing traffic along Meridian Street during a pro-Palestine protest.

Indiana funding affordable housing for previous foster youth 

Foster care youth aging out will soon gain access to rental accommodations that are affordable at four different sites across Indiana.

A conversation inside Indy’s juvenile detention center

The Marion County Juvenile Detention Center is located right in the middle of the Martindale-Brightwood neighborhood.

The Black Church Coalition holding officials accountable

The Black Church Coalition’s call for action reverberated through the sanctuary of Light of the World Christian Church to an audience of about 200 people Thursday night.

Brightwood Community Center receives grant for employment services

The Brightwood Community Center was awarded $393,946 to increase employment training initiatives and specialized services among Black residents.

Indy kicks off Earth Month with events across the city

April officially begins the observation of Earth month, a dedication to celebrating the Earth and encouraging the conservation and preservation of the natural world....

Man found guilty but mentally ill in Indiana officer’s killing gets time served in officer’s death

Man found guilty but mentally ill in Indiana officer's killing gets time served in officer's death

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