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Indianapolis announces location of city’s first ‘Housing Hub’

By JILL SHERIDAN The city has identified a location for its first low-barrier shelter.  The new “Housing Hub” facility aims to better serve people experiencing...

Mayor Hogsett’s anti-violence update: Gun-free zones, new gun control ordinance and alleged threats 

In a continuation of Mayor Joe Hogsett’s anti-violence plan, he announces a gun-free zone policy; City council passes new gun control ordinance, and Mayor Hogsett said people have been threatening him against these changes

Indiana Coalition to End Sexual Assault and Human Trafficking to receive increased funding

The Indiana General Assembly increased its annual investment in the Sexual Assault Victim Assistance Fund from $2 million to $4 million during the 2023...

Indiana charter schools win a cut of local tax money after years of lobbying

By DYLAN PEERS McCOY Indiana charter schools will gain access to local property tax money next year — a sea change in school funding that...

Controversial gun, bail reform bills survive legislative session

With the 2022 legislative session officially over as of March 9, bills which survived the state House of Representatives and Senate are now headed...

Education bill gets a revamp, still not supported by many teachers

If you familiarized yourself with House Bill 1134 — a controversial education bill that would require teachers to publish their curriculum and allow parents...

Don’t limit Indiana students

I’m disappointed in the Indiana General Assembly. In their effort to make things better for Indiana high school students, they may be doing the opposite. This...

Marion County opens first free testing site

African Americans across the country are dying from the new coronavirus at a much higher rate than whites. Experts have a lot of explanations,...

Marion County opens first free testing site

African Americans across the country are dying from the new coronavirus at a much higher rate than whites. Experts have a lot of explanations,...

Drake withdraws from state House race, will run for Senate instead

Belinda Drake withdrew her campaign for the Indiana House of Representatives in District 89 and has filed to run instead for the Senate in...
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