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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...

Naloxone disparities a matter of life and death

Out of 10,000 doses of naloxone — a lifesaving drug which can reverse an opioid overdose — distributed throughout Indiana, only one dose went...

Out and proud in school

At Fishback Creek Public Academy there were about 25 students in Mr. Cooper’s fifth grade class. Circular tables filled the room, and among the...

Food truck promotes community health, generational wealth

If you find yourself at the green and black food truck outside Cleo’s Bodega, there’s a good chance you’ll see 7-year-old Zanaya Slack peeking...

Indianapolis organizations work toward HIV-free future

In 2019, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) started an initiative to end the HIV epidemic by 2030. Dr. Virginia Caine, Marion...

Indianapolis Recorder wins big

The Indianapolis Recorder won 18 awards at the Society of Professional Journalism Best in Indiana Journalism Awards. The record number of awards is especially gratifying...

Celebrating Black freedom

If you are looking for a place to celebrate Juneteenth with your friends and family, Indianapolis is the place to be. With several events...

IMPD officer who killed Dreasjon Reed sues NFL

De’Joure Mercer, the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department (IMPD) officer who shot and killed Dreasjon Reed on May 6, 2020, is suing the National Football...

The Convo featuring Larry Williams

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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