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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...

Civil, human rights investigation to be conducted in Indianapolis

Civil rights attorney Malik Shabazz is leading an investigation into possible civil and human rights violations in regard to the murder of Dorian Murrell.  Shabazz...

‘We’re all potential victims’

Note: This story has been edited to include information on Day'Shawn Bills' death. A 12-year-old boy is dead after being shot in the early...

Indianapolis’ first Black automotive salesman dies at 87

Longtime Indianapolis businessman Payton R. Wells died May 9. Wells owned several car dealerships throughout the city. He started his career in the auto dealership...

Indianapolis Public Library focuses on equity

Indianapolis Public Library plans to give every Indianapolis Public Schools (IPS) students library cards and build two new branches as part of its updated...

Lawsuit: Family wants IMPD to hand over evidence from man’s killing

The family of a man killed in 2015 says Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department is violating the state’s public records law by refusing to release...

‘What more can we take?’: Indianapolis mourns FedEx victims

As Ryenne Beaty, 19, lit the first of eight candles during a vigil April 17 for those murdered at an Indianapolis FedEx facility two...
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