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Welcome back to ‘Know Your Entertainers’

Any serious research into the history of Indianapolis music requires a visit to the Indianapolis Recorder archives. During the 20th century, the Indianapolis Recorder...

Reich out, Saturday in as Colts try to fix stagnant offense

By MICHAEL MAROT AP Sports Writer INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Frank Reich's attempt to fix the Indianapolis Colts' sputtering offense failed so now team owner Jim...

A SCOTUS case that started in a nursing home could have far-reaching implications for millions

A ruling in favor of the Health and Hospital Corporation could mean millions of Americans who rely on federal assistance programs would lose that right.

Tightening abortion laws reignite conversation around a permanent Child Tax Credit

As many states, including Indiana, take steps to tighten abortion laws, conversations have been reignited about how to best support mothers and babies. And many policy experts point to a permanent child tax credit, made available to low- and no-income families, as one way to do that.

Redevelopment options at east side site include housing, green space and retail space

Community members on the east side want to bring more employment, add housing options and provide green spaces to the former Black Mountain site...

Racial equity institute gives Black women ‘an opportunity to level the playing field’

At the beginning of the year, many Black women in Indianapolis completed the application for to be part of Six Sigma Racial Equity Institute’s...

Family and friends celebrate what would have been Herman Whitfield III’s 40th birthday

Family, friends and community members filled the seats at Friendship Missionary Baptist Church on Oct. 29 to remember what would have been Herman Whitfield...

Library to host public presentations for CEO finalists

Finalists for the Indianapolis Public Library CEO position will give public presentations at 7 p.m. Nov. 30 at Clowes Memorial Hall on Butler University’s campus.

Migos rapper Takeoff dead after Houston shooting, rep says

Migos rapper Takeoff is dead after a shooting early Nov. 1 outside a bowling alley in Houston, a representative confirmed. He was 28.

Meet the candidates running for Marion County prosecutor

Two individuals contend for the position of Marion County prosecutor: Republican candidate Cyndi Carrasco and incumbent Democrat Ryan Mears.

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