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Biden has withdrawn his campaign for reelection — what does this mean for Democrats?

The Democratic National Convention is quickly approaching. Here's what to expect now that President Joe Biden has dropped out of the race. The 2024 Democratic...

Lollapalooza 2024: What to know before you go

Following the success of GANGGANG’S I Made Rock ‘N Roll Festival in May, some Hoosiers may want to scratch their music festival itch again...

Attorney General Todd Rokita sues East Chicago, alleging sanctuary cities ban violation

Attorney General Todd Rokita is suing East Chicago, arguing the northwest Indiana community is violating the state’s ban on sanctuary cities. An Indiana law from 2011 bans...

Reese shines in 88-87 victory over the Indiana Fever

In a thrilling WNBA showdown on June 23 at Wintrust Arena, the Chicago Sky edged out the Indiana Fever 88-87, bringing the Fever's four-game...

Travis Scott & Playboi Carti Co-headline Summer Smash 2024 alongside Chicago’s long-awaited return of Chief Keef

Plus Lil Yachty, Big Sean, Kodak Black, J.I.D., Ski Mask the Slump God, Ken Carson, Flo Milli, Lucki, Bia, YG Marley & many more...

How “We Grown Now” explores childhood trauma without weaponization

Director Minhal Baig crafts a bittersweet symphony of youthful energy and urban hardship in the 2024 film "We Grown Now." The movie transports filmgoers...

Mad Ants moment with Oscar Tshiebwe

The Indiana Mad Ants (formerly the Fort Wayne Mad Ants) season is officially underway at Gainbridge Fieldhouse. The Mad Ants are already boosting their...

Hairy, helpful history: No Shave November and its benefits to men’s health

No Shave November is a global social movement that raises awareness and funds for men's health issues, such as prostate cancer, testicular cancer and...

Recorder Rewind: Windy City Bulls at Mad Ants

Check out some of these amazing photos from the Windy City Bulls - Indiana Mad Ants (formerly the Fort Wayne Mad Ants) matchup on...

Chicago to Indianapolis: Two mass shootings connecting one major problem 

Andrew Holmes, an anti-violence activist in Chicago, had just responded to a mass shooting that happened at a Halloween party Sunday, Oct. 29, in the windy city when his phone rang with news from Indianapolis. 
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