When it comes to the opioid crisis in America, Black people are being left out of the conversation.
Chris Williams (pictured above) got kicked out of an Indianapolis homeless shelter years ago after, as he remembers it, staff said he was being disruptive. Williams said he was just standing up for himself because someone else was lying about him.
According to the Veterans Administration of the Federal Government, Indiana has approximately 401,070 veterans as of 30 September 2018. Some of these veterans often face a host of challenges when re-entering civilian life. Despite Indiana’s efforts to assist the federal government in integr…
Efforts to reform Indiana’s cannabis laws that some legislators called a “hot mess” have begun for the 2020 session.
Attorney General Curtis Hill could face a two-year suspension of his license to practice law over allegations that he drunkenly groping four women in a bar last year.
Gov. Eric J. Holcomb has named the executive director of the state’s Department of Homeland Security to a new post as the senior vice president of defense development at the Indiana Economic Development Corp.
When Polis Center researchers pressed a room full of community members on how they were able to identify food deserts on blown-up maps of Indianapolis, the answer was nearly unanimous:
More Hoosiers approve than disapprove of the jobs being done by Gov. Eric Holcomb, the legislature and Attorney General Curtis Hill – but even more have no opinion or have never even heard of them.
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