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Miami’s big three too much for Pacers

The Miami Heat lost a tough game at Boston this past Sunday and flew directly to Indianapolis afterwards for what would amount to almost...

It’s never too early for Yuletide spirit‘White Christmas’ on stage through Nov. 21

A bonus of Yuletide cheer arrived early this year at Beef & Boards Dinner Theatre with the stage version of the Paramount film “White...

Getting enough sleep? They aren’t in West Virginia; TN grumpy, too

ATLANTA - Sleepless in Seattle? Hardly. West Virginia is where people are really staying awake, according to the first government study to monitor state-by-state...

State: Men too dangerous to let out of hospital

Two mentally disabled men placed indefinitely in an Indiana state hospital until they might become competent to stand trial on child-molestation charges want to...

Too soon to measure law’s impact on small business

Craig Bacheler is able to offer the employees at his small IT firm health benefits because of a new state law, but some who...

Speak out before it’s too late

She fuddles with her fingers, her eyes begin to water intensely as she stutters upon her words, fighting to release the pain that has...
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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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