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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,...

Record label joins local partners to feed Hoosier families

Atlanta-based record label Quality Control Music and the recently-formed Betty Brooks Foundation have partnered with Indianapolis Public Schools (IPS) and Growing Places Indy to...

Link between mental illness and mass violence is weak but stigma persists

Ray Lay lives in a tidy brick house on the east side of Indianapolis. His living room is filled with photos and souvenirs from...

Lethal force? Tasers are meant to save lives, yet hundreds die after their use by police

The April 11 shooting death of Daunte Wright highlights problems with police use of Tasers that have contributed to at least 500 deaths since 2010. Jo...

Critics questioned lack of community members on IMPD panel discussion

Community members shared criticism of a moderated discussion between author Marc Lamont Hill and several Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department (IMPD) officers on social media. Former...

Bridging the gap between police, community

In his nearly 40 years as an Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department (IMPD) officer, Matt Steward saw officers use their money to keep strangers’ lights...


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