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Mural by local Black artist to go to Philadelphia Flower Show

Local artist Kyng Rhodes spent the last month painting a 75-foot mural for the 2023 PHS Philadelphia Flower Show. The Philadelphia Flower Show, presented by...

Eli Lilly to lower cost of insulin by 70%

Eli Lilly & Company announced a 70% price drop in out-of-pocket insulin costs. The Indianapolis-based pharmaceutical company announced the price cut for its most prescribed...

Indiana Landmark’s new program works to preserve Indiana’s Black history  

Indiana Landmark’s Black Heritage Preservation Program is working to preserve Indiana’s Black history one site at a time.  “There’s value in our communities and we have...

Tensions over IndyPL continue to rise

Members of the community continued to rally in support of Nichelle M. Hayes for CEO of the Indianapolis Public Library during the library’s Board...

Indy’s Near East-side to have new affordable housing complex in early 2024

The city announced a new housing community which will be located on the Near East-side. “To ensure that our city is welcoming, equitable and inclusive...

Eli Lilly announces 70% cost reduction of its commonly prescribed insulin

Eli Lilly & Company announced cost reductions of up to 70% of its most commonly prescribed insulins today, saying it is committed to making...

City calls for revitalization of Indiana Avenue

An initiative that aims to revive Indiana Avenue is officially in the works. The Indiana Avenue Certified Strategic Plan aims to honor the Avenue’s “rich...

Indiana lawmakers advance bill banning education on ‘human sexuality’ through the third grade

By CASEY SMITH More than four hours of “We say gay!” chants echoed through the Indiana Statehouse Feb. 20 as hundreds rallied against a bill...

Paul’s Kitchen to introduce new food truck

Paul Dickens, a local freestyle chef and owner of Paul’s Kitchen, has been serving homecooked meals in Indianapolis through his private chef and catering...

Police can lie to kids and use their statements against them in court. A Senate bill hopes to change that

By KATRINA PROSS If a member of law enforcement knowingly lies about criminal evidence, information or consequences while interviewing a child, Indiana law allows the...


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