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3 organizations to receive $100K to address violence, expand mentorship programs 

Three organizations will receive $100,000 to support existing efforts to address violence and increase safety in Indianapolis as a part of the Office of...

Downtown Indy receives $3.5M for safety, cleanliness and outreach

The city of Indianapolis will partner with Downtown Indy Inc. to invest about $3.5 million into safety, cleanliness and outreach downtown. “Downtown Indy belongs to...

Man convicted in fatal 2020 protests shooting won’t serve time in prison

A man convicted of reckless homicide in the fatal 2020 shooting of a young Black man in Indianapolis during unrest sparked by outrage over...

Family and friends celebrate what would have been Herman Whitfield III’s 40th birthday

Family, friends and community members filled the seats at Friendship Missionary Baptist Church on Oct. 29 to remember what would have been Herman Whitfield...

‘I’m empowered by what I’ve overcome’: Community gathers to honor lives of domestic violence victims

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and on Oct. 25, people from Central Indiana came together at Scott UMC to honor those who died from domestic violence in the last year and celebrate those who have survived.

Police fatally shoot auto theft suspect after brief chase

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Suburban Indianapolis police fatally shot an auto theft suspect Thursday afternoon following a brief high-speed pursuit that ended on the Indianapolis...

IMPD officer indicted for excessive force in 2021 Monument Circle incident

A federal grand jury indicted Indianapolis police officer Sgt. Eric Huxley for violating the civil rights of a Black man during an arrest on Monument Circle in September 2021.

It’s that haunted time of year again: Trick-or-treat night and Halloween safety tips

With the help of the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department, Indianapolis Fire Department and Indiana Department of Homeland Security, we’ve put together a list of some things parents should keep in mind before the sun sets on Oct. 31.

City announces 2nd round of grants to address violence

Fifty organizations will receive more than $8.6 million in grants to address root causes of violent crime by investing in mental health resources and...

City settles nearly decadelong dispute with Towne & Terrace Corp, pledges to help residents

The city of Indianapolis announced an end to an almost decade-long legal battle with Towne & Terrace Corp., a nonprofit that owns neglected condominiums on the city’s far east side. (Photo/ Jayden Kennett)


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