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More Indy Parks to add free Wi-Fi for improved internet access

By DARIAN BENSON Indy Parks has installed high speed wi-fi at 19 facilities. The department plans to set up wi-fi at 10 more locations by...

After hours of testimony, bill prohibiting dedicated lanes for public transportation passes Senate committee

By BENJAMIN THORP A senate committee voted Thursday to approve a bill that prohibits dedicated lanes for public transportation.  Those opposed to the bill say it...

A data breach exposed private health information of more than 200,000 Medicaid clients in Indiana

By FARAH YOUSRY The private health information of more than 200,000 Medicaid clients in Indiana may have been exposed in a data breach that affected...

Data breach exposes personal information of more than 700,000 Medicaid clients in Indiana

The personal information of more than 700,000 Medicaid beneficiaries in Indiana has been exposed in a data breach in late May. The Family and Social...

Swim lesson scholarships for some living on lower incomes

By MARIAM LOBJANIDZE Indy Parks and Recreation offers summer swim lessons for pre-K-aged children, with scholarships for those living on lower incomes. Alex Cortwright, chief communications officer...

Parental death can devastate children. An Indianapolis group is expanding grief support

By DARIAN BENSON One in 12 children in the U.S. will experience the death of a parent or sibling by age 18 according to JAG Institute,...

Indiana Black and Minority Health Fair offered health services, education and entertainment

This year’s Indiana Black and Minority Health Fair coincided with two other events in Indianapolis: Indiana Black Expo Summer Celebration and the centennial of the historically Black sorority Sigma Gamma Rho.

WFYI hosts virtual screening of Vernon Jordan documentary

You’re invited to WFYI’s virtual screening of the documentary “Vernon Jordan: Make It Plain” at 7 p.m. April 8. The film explores Jordan’s rise form...

5 things to know about Indiana special education during the pandemic

This report is part of an ongoing series focused on remote learning and special education during COVID-19 pandemic. Special education students are disproportionately challenged by...

IPS board members reject pointed critiques from challengers seeking to unseat them

A Wednesday candidate forum hosted by the Central Library and presented in partnership with Chalkbeat Indiana, WFYI Public Media and the Indianapolis Recorder, was...
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