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Kyle Rittenhouse cleared of all charges in Kenosha shootings

By MICHAEL TARM, SCOTT BAUER and AMY FORLITI KENOSHA, Wis. (AP) — Kyle Rittenhouse was acquitted of all charges Nov. 19 after pleading self-defense in...

Digital Encyclopedia Indianapolis launches

When the Encyclopedia of Indianapolis was published in 1994, the Indianapolis Colts played in the RCA Dome, Market Square Arena was a hotspot for...

From YouTube to Food Network: local baker battles in ‘Holiday Wars’

Ten years ago, Asia Coffee wanted to decorate the perfect cake for her 7-year-old son. She took a decorating class at a local cake...

Nonprofits respond to increased domestic violence incidents

Domestic violence incidents and deaths saw a sharp increase during the pandemic.  One contributor is added stress, but there are numerous factors at work....

Report recommends more low-barrier shelter beds, navigation hub for homeless

Indianapolis could add more than 100 low-barrier shelter beds in a new building, along with a services navigation center, to help close the gap...

Foundation raising awareness of epilepsy

When Joshua Nalls was 5 years old, his parents noticed he stared off into space and was unresponsive when they called his name. Recognizing...

Black-owned local winery has retail debut

When Nicole Kearney opened Sip & Share Wines in 2016, she just offered at-home wine tastings. After expanding to online sales, Kearney developed the...

New state Black chamber of commerce to enhance collaboration, opportunity

A newly formed Greater Indiana Black Chamber of Commerce will bring together local chambers from around the state to better share resources and information,...

Indiana’s largest teachers union demands lawmakers restore bargaining rights

By LEE V. GAINES Indiana’s largest teachers union wants lawmakers to restore collective bargaining power to educators in an effort to mitigate the state’s teacher...

Homer Plessy, key to ‘separate but equal,’ on road to pardon

By JANET McCONNAUGHEY NEW ORLEANS (AP) — A Louisiana board on Friday voted to pardon Homer Plessy, whose decision to sit in a "whites-only" railroad...

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