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Leadership Indianapolis hosts civilian oversight workshop 

Leadership Indianapolis will host a workshop that helps citizens learn how they can get involved in monitoring law enforcement. The “Citizens’ Role in Law Enforcement...

Despite community backlash, council approves more funding for IMPD

A tense interaction between community members and the city-county council led to the removal of members of Indy10 Black Lives Matter during the July...

Local nonprofit gets grant to do more home repairs for seniors, people with disabilities

NeighborLink Indianapolis plans to double the number of homeowners it helps with repair projects by the end of the year, with a goal of...

City leaders celebrate 100th anniversary of Frederick Douglass Park

City leaders and community members kicked off the 100th anniversary celebration of Frederick Douglass Park during a press conference July 7. Named after the abolitionist,...

Prosecutor announces new program for juveniles

Marion County prosecutor Ryan Mears announced the new Juvenile Second Chance Program during a press conference July 1 at Wheeler-Dowe Boys and Girls Club....

Prosecutor’s office: Officers justified in killing man in July 2020

The Marion County Prosecutor’s Office won’t file criminal charges against Indianapolis police officers who shot and killed 35-year-old Grant King on July 19, 2020. The...

CDC extends federal eviction moratorium through July

The Biden administration extended the federal eviction moratorium June 24 for one month. This is intended to be the last extension, according to the Centers for Disease Control and...

Federal eviction, foreclosure moratorium could cause increase in COVID-19, homelessness

Update: The Biden administration extended the federal evictions moratorium through July 31. Learn more here. Since March 15, 2020, Indiana has had 47,087 eviction filings,...

What do far east side residents want at former Oaktree Apartments site?

Paula Barrett never lived at Oaktree Apartments on the far east side but wasn’t a stranger to the area. She occasionally had to drive...

‘They have no hope’: Local officials, community differ on how to solve soaring homicide rates

When Paula Stone got into an argument with her 90-year-old neighbor last October, she thought the tension had hit its peak. A few weeks...


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