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‘The lower the income, the higher the prevalence for abuse’: domestic violence linked to poverty

Black women are more likely to be victims of domestic violence than any other demographic. A Bureau of Justice study found 44% of Black...

Why domestic violence organizations are seeing a rise in calls for help

Every year, the Domestic Violence Network hosts a ceremony for survivors of domestic violence and to honor victims in Central Indiana. The service, inside...

Resources for domestic violence support

If you or someone you know is experiencing domestic violence, interpersonal violence or intimate partner violence, help is available. Here are some local organizations...

IMPD officer faces two charges for stomping on Black man’s head

An Indianapolis police officer faces two felony charges for stomping on a homeless Black man’s head during an arrest Sept. 24 at Monument Circle...

Indianapolis infrastructure impacts pedestrian safety

Lower income neighborhoods in Indianapolis are more likely to face the brunt of road issues, including a lack of sidewalks, drainage problems and degraded...

Police shoot woman on north side during attempted arrest

An Indianapolis police officer shot a woman late Sept. 29 during an attempted arrest at 1900 Covey Lane. Police said the woman was armed...

Collisions involving cars, cyclists and pedestrians on the rise

Note: This story has been edited to change "fatal accidents" to "fatal collisions." Bishop Jennifer Baskerville-Burrows moved to Indianapolis in 2017. The New York...

Partnership helps protects Hoosiers from eviction

A three-day event starting Sept. 20 will help east side residents fill out rental assistance paperwork now that the state eviction moratorium has ended. Through...

From solitary confinement to liberation: Ian Manuel shares his story

Ian Manuel was just 14 in 1991 when he was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole. After 26 years in prison,...

Tulsa Race Massacre survivor to be remembered during program from IU law school

As a retired judge, David Shaheed has spent plenty of time researching the legal profession and preparing presentations for various groups. That’s what he...

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