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Staying healthy during NBA All-Star Weekend in Indianapolis

With Indianapolis hosting the 2024 NBA All-Star Weekend Feb.16-18, the city anticipates upward of 125,000 tourists in Circle City. With dozens of events taking...

Video game expo E3 gets permanently canceled

LOS ANGELES (AP) — One of the highest-profile video game conventions, E3, is being shut down permanently, its organizers said Tuesday. The Electronic Entertainment Expo,...

KEEP IN MIND: COVID, flu and RSV vaccinations before the holidays

With the holidays right around the corner, Indiana health care professionals want people to be mindful of flu season.

Immunization clinic at CFI 27 on Nov.16 

The Center for Inquiry School 27 will be hosting its inaugural free immunization clinic in collaboration with the Indiana Immunization Coalition (IIC) Nov. 16.  RELATED:...

Never alone: The unexplored depths of suicide

"I've faced suicide a few times in my life," said Indianapolis resident Taurean Taylor. "After the passing of my brother, I didn't know what...

Too soon & not enough: The importance of life insurance

Clarence Coleman recently learned the importance of maintaining life insurance after his wife, Chelsea, died unexpectedly on Christmas Day 2022. The event left 31-year-old...

Sage Steele leaves ESPN after settling her lawsuit over COVID-19 vaccine comments

By PAT EATON-ROBB AP Sports Writer ESPN and host Sage Steele have settled a lawsuit she filed after being disciplined for comments she made about...

Rental assistance for Hoosiers halted

IndyRent paused applications for rental assistance on June 26. IndyRent, the city's primary rental assistance program, resumed submissions on April 27. The IndyRent reboot arrived...

More than 1 million people are dropped from Medicaid as states start a post-pandemic purge of rolls

By DAVID A. LIEB and ANDREW DeMILLO More than 1 million people have been dropped from Medicaid in the past couple months as some states...

Democrats and Republicans blame each other for drop in U.S. history and civics knowledge among eight graders

A new report has shown a decline in U.S. history and civics scores among the Nation’s eight graders. According to the “Nation’s Report Card,” released...
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