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‘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...

City will award crime prevention grants based on need in each city-county council district

Indianapolis will adjust its crime prevention efforts by allocating grants according to which city-county districts have the greatest needs. The Council District Crime Prevention Grants...

Strike a prose: Indianapolis celebrates National Poetry Month

When local poet Manon Voice recited her favorite poem — Mari Evans’ “I Am A Black Woman” — for a small crowd gathered at...

Report: Indianapolis ranks among worst cities in economic mobility

A report from The Polis Center at IUPUI shows children born to low-income families in Indianapolis in the 1980s grew up to earn less...

Some COVID-19 restrictions lifted

Allowable capacity in restaurants, bars and music venues will increase March 1. Looking at data in Marion County, Mayor Joe Hogsett and Dr. Virginia Caine,...

Frederick Douglass Park to get new family center through city investment

Mayor Joe Hogsett announced proposed funding for a series of upgrades to city-county facilities, including $20 million that will go toward a new Family...

Minister groups want ‘courageous conversation’ with IMPD

Members of local minister groups want Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department to be more transparent and strengthen its homicide unit.  Stephen Clay, president of the National...

Newfields president resigns amid scandal

Editor's note: This story has been updated to reflect Charles Venable's resignation. Charles Venable, CEO of Newfields, resigned from his post Feb. 17 following a...

John Lands came to Indianapolis for football but stayed for much more

John Lands, who moved to Indianapolis toward the end of the Civil Rights Movement and became an advocate for African Americans, died Jan. 23....

It’s OK to not be OK

We had the sixth mass shooting in 15 years last weekend, and it’s OK to not be OK.Six people, including an unborn child, were...
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