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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...

Teen who recorded Floyd’s arrest, death wins Pulitzer nod

By AMY FORLITI MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — The teenager who pulled out her cellphone and recorded the police restraint and death of George Floyd, helping...

New fiscal package gives more money to IMPD

A multimillion-dollar fiscal package will allocate $1.5 million to the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department (IMPD) for “enhancing IMPD capabilities.” Mayor Joe Hogsett announced the...

Police shoot man they say charged them with a knife

Indianapolis police officers shot a man May 31 after they say he charged them with a knife in a home. The incident, which happened shortly...

Most people don’t respond to jury summons, leaving unclear impact on Black defendants

Rob Dixon has been called for jury duty three times in his life and considers himself lucky that he’s never actually had to serve. Dixon,...

‘We’re all potential victims’

Note: This story has been edited to include information on Day'Shawn Bills' death. A 12-year-old boy is dead after being shot in the early...

City recommends loosening COVID-19 restrictions

Starting June 7, Marion County will loosen COVID-19 restrictions, including capacity limitations and the mask requirement for fully vaccinated individuals. The move follows recent...

The Convo featuring Ashley Gurvitz

The Leadership Indianapolis series, The Convo, provides opportunities to learn more about community leaders, organizations, issues and opportunities in our city. In this conversation,...

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