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How you can still get free COVID vaccines and testing in Marion County

By ZAK CASSEL As the federal government’s public health emergency declaration for COVID-19 expired May 11, the Marion County Public Health Department announced that it...

Could microschools fix academic outcomes in Indianapolis for Black students?

I am sick and tired of playing defense regarding our children. I want to be on offense. It is time to be aggressive. As...

World Health Organization announces end to COVID-19 global health emergency

After three years, the World Health Organization (WHO) announced the end of the COVID-19 global emergency status. WHO now recommends that countries begin independently managing the virus that has caused the death of 6.9 million people.

Boyd: The Biden administration needs to do better

The Biden administration fumbled the ball. Big time. As a presidential candidate, former Vice President Joe Biden heavily criticized then President Donald Trump’s handling of the...

Omicron surge, limited testing causes issues for some Hoosiers

You’ve got all the common symptoms of the flu: a runny nose, chills and a slight cough. In pre-pandemic times, you might not think...

Year in Review: COVID-19 unveiled the many faces of health inequity

Nearly two years into the coronavirus pandemic, there are still a lot of unanswered questions and uncertainty about what the future holds. But along...

Indianapolis to expand program to help renters facing eviction

The city of Indianapolis will expand a pilot program meant to help tenants facing eviction, even as a new federal eviction moratorium is in...

CDC issues new eviction ban for most of US through Oct. 3

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued a new eviction moratorium that would last until Oct. 3, as the Biden...

COVID-19 delta variant: What to know

The delta variant of COVID-19 now accounts for almost all new cases in Indiana and across the country, prompting renewed calls for masking and...

IPS to require masks for all students and staff

Indianapolis Public Schools will require all students and staff to wear masks when school starts Aug. 2, reversing previous guidance that masks were optional...
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