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Book review: ‘We Were the Fire: Birmingham 1963’ by Shelia P. Moses

Sometimes, you burn with a white-hot anger. So many roadblocks in front of you, so many injustices, damage and danger. One day, this old world...

3 organizations to receive $100K to address violence, expand mentorship programs 

Three organizations will receive $100,000 to support existing efforts to address violence and increase safety in Indianapolis as a part of the Office of...

Report: Pandemic permanently altered Indiana’s job landscape, exasperated racial disparities in education, job attainment

A new report found the COVID-19 pandemic permanently shifted the job landscape in Marion County, showing a high demand for workers with postsecondary degrees...

Conditions at northeast side apartment complex create health hazards, but residents struggle for relief

Emauria Davis was in the middle of listing her complaints about the run-down apartment complex she lives in on an October afternoon when one...

Federal lawsuit alleges heath care giant defrauded CMS of more than $100M

Indianapolis-based health insurance giant Elevance Health, previously Anthem, Inc., will have to face a federal lawsuit alleging it pocketed at least tens of millions...

‘Buying Back the Block’: Mike and Kyra Epps announce HGTV show

Comedian Mike Epps and his wife, TV producer Kyra Epps, are no strangers to house flipping, and next spring they’re bringing their talents home...

Hogsett announces Elevation Grant Program applications open April 1

Applications for the Elevation Grant Program will be accepted starting April 1. Previously known as the Violent Crime Reduction Grant Program, this program will...

‘I am the hope’: City leaders, community members unite to curb violence

If you drive east on Troy and Keystone avenues, you’ll see two billboards outside the Marion County Child Advocacy Center. Created by young adults...

Indianapolis infrastructure impacts pedestrian safety

Lower income neighborhoods in Indianapolis are more likely to face the brunt of road issues, including a lack of sidewalks, drainage problems and degraded...

Faith leaders pray, fast to curb violence

There’s a lot of ideas on how to curb violent crime in Indianapolis. Among them, changing the budget for the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department...
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