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Who do I call?: Digital deviants edition

Did you hear that every McDonald’s location is closing tomorrow? Or how about that your favorite celebrity unexpectedly died? What about sending money to...

Who do I call?: Sneaky scammers edition

“No, grandpa, that was a scam.” Six words you and someone you know have probably uttered recently. In the age of technology, old-school scammers continue...

Even in his passing the Simpson verdict remains polarizing

Orenthal James Simpson passed away recently from prostate cancer and it quickly took me back to one of the darkest and most volatile periods...

Remembering Coach Nell: A legacy of love, mentorship and football

One year ago, on Jan. 11, 2023, Indianapolis lost a beloved figure: Richard "Coach Nell" Hamilton Sr. More than just a football coach, Coach...

Fight for Life Foundation receives grant to help students utilizing technology 

Fight for Life Foundation, a nonprofit that helps underserved youth develop by providing social-emotional learning programs, has been awarded a $200,000 Elevation Grant.  

1 officer convicted, 1 acquitted in death of Elijah McClain

By COLLEEN SLEVIN and MATTHEW BROWN Associated Press BRIGHTON, Colo. (AP) — Jurors convicted a Denver-area police officer Thursday and acquitted another of charges in...

Multiple people have been shot on campus of Morgan State University in Baltimore, police say

By LEA SKENE Associated Press BALTIMORE (AP) — Multiple people were shot at Morgan State University in Baltimore on Tuesday, police said. The Baltimore Police Department...

Indianapolis Mayor highlights study linking greenspaces to reduce gun violence

A new study has found that greenspaces in Indianapolis can help to reduce gun violence. The study, led by the University of Michigan School...

Rockets’ Kevin Porter Jr. fractured former Fever player’s vertebra in assault

NEW YORK (AP) — Houston Rockets guard Kevin Porter Jr.'s alleged attack on his girlfriend in a New York City hotel room left the...

Mississippi judge declares mistrial in case of 2 white men charged in attack on Black FedEx driver

By EMILY WAGSTER PETTUS BROOKHAVEN, Miss. (AP) — Citing errors by police, a Mississippi judge declared a mistrial Thursday in the case of two white...
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