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After years of decay, the Friends of the Chapel of Our Sorrowful Mother in Ferdinand, Indiana are excited to begin restoring a piece of their history that dates to the founding of their town with the help of the state’s Historic Renovation Grant Program.   

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In Indiana, auto and truck dealers, parts suppliers, and gasoline stations are more than twice as common as places to buy food.

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The family of Dreasjon Reed, who was fatally shot by Indianapolis police in early May, has filed a lawsuit against the city, Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department and individual officers for using “excessive and deadly force.”

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According to court documents, Diane Goebel, 68, has been charged with criminal recklessness with a deadly weapon after running her van into protesters June 8. Before her identity became public, demonstrators referred to Goebel as “Minivan Karen.”

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For the last several weeks, anyone living in downtown Indianapolis could hear chants of “Black lives matter” and “No justice, no peace” echoing throughout Monument Circle. A look back at the past three weeks of protest, and what it all means.

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