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Prayer Power4 in 10 Protestant churches invite people to post prayers on websites

Prayer Power 4 in 10 Protestant churches invite people to post prayers on websites Need prayer power? Try the World Wide Web. More than...

Panera to post calories at corporate-owned stores

Panera Bread customers around the country soon will be able to tally calories for their smokehouse turkey panini and broccoli cheddar soup with just...

Earnings Preview: Continental to post 4Q loss

Continental Airlines Inc. is scheduled to report fourth-quarter results Thursday. Here's a summary of key developments in the period. OVERVIEW: So many passengers, so...

Stores to post modest December sales gains

Holiday shoppers bought a little more jewelry, electronics and boots but passed by the women's clothing racks, according to figures released Wednesday. The latest...

Earnings Preview: Beazer Homes to post 4Q results

Homebuilder Beazer Homes USA Inc. reports earnings for its fiscal fourth quarter on Tuesday. The following is a summary of key developments in the...
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Taking Care of Your Health This Holiday Season

Many people are taking precautions to protect their health from COVID-19. Holidays are a great opportunity to enjoy time with family and...

Charges filed in murder of Chris Beaty

Marion County Prosecutor Ryan Mears announced Dec. 3 that Marcus Anderson has been charged for his alleged role in the murder of...

Hoosier barbers are cutting mental health stigma among Black men

Where there is a mirror and barber chair, Trey Cato sees a ministry. “We’ve prayed in my barbershop,” he...

Systemic racism: Virtual series explores history, impact and change

The Jewish Community Center of Indianapolis will host a series of online discussions about systemic racism to explore the role history has...

Local author turns debut novel into film

When Delores Thornton published her first novel, “Ida Mae,” in 1997, she drew inspiration from people and events in her own life...
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