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The Black Church Coalition holding officials accountable

The Black Church Coalition’s call for action reverberated through the sanctuary of Light of the World Christian Church to an audience of about 200 people Thursday night.

More Indianapolis roadways converted to two-way in an effort to improve travel and safety

By JILL SHERIDAN Fort Wayne Ave. was converted to two-way traffic last year. (Jill Sheridan/WFYI) A number of Indianapolis streets are undergoing reconstruction to turn them from...

Behind the badge: Randal Taylor reflects on time as IMPD chief

Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department Chief Randal Taylor announced his resignation Dec. 15. He reflects on his time and leadership as IMPD chief and the department’s growth and challenges.

CLD celebrates $34 million campaign with ribbon cutting

The Center for Leadership Development (CLD), a beacon of hope and empowerment for Indianapolis' minority youth since 1977, celebrated a significant milestone with a...

Community holds prayer vigil for 15-year-old KIPP Indy student

Sunday, Nov. 5 members of KIPP staff, Edna Martin and the community at large gathered on Hovey Street – located around the corner of KIPP Indy Legacy High School – to pray for the recent events involving teens and gun violence.  

10 people shot, 1 killed at Halloween party on the northeast side

A total of ten people, ages 16 – 22, were shot, with one woman killed, after a party on the city’s northeast side early Sunday morning. 

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...

New city office to focus on equity, belonging and inclusion

A new Office of Equity, Belonging and Inclusion is part of the 2024 budget proposal in Indianapolis.

From adversity to artistry: This new lifestyle brand launched at the Stutz

The lifestyle brand We Don’t Run From Adversity (WDRFA) is stepping out of the online realm into the vibrant heart of Indianapolis, all thanks to a pioneering collaboration to give e-commerce entrepreneurs an opportunity to grow through a brick-and-mortar location.

Indianapolis’ proposed 2024 budget breakdown

This week, the Indianapolis City-County Council received the 2024 proposed city budget, which outlines planned expenditures totaling the city’s highest yet at $1.5 billion.
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