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For one night every January, volunteers take to the streets of Marion County in an effort to capture an accurate picture of those experiencing homelessness.

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South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg made it official early Wednesday: He is forming a presidential exploratory committee. If Buttigieg decides to run, he will become the first openly LGBTQ elected official to run for president.

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Indianapolis residents affected by the federal shutdown can find assistance and special offers thanks to a growing list of local businesses and organizations lending support.

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We’re looking to you, our readers, to tell us what issues you think should be a priority in our news coverage of Indianapolis; what questions do you want answered, what stories should we tell?

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Indianapolis mayors wield more power than those in many other cities. This election year, what matters most when choosing the best person for the job of leading all of Marion County?

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Democratic Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett ended 2018 with a healthy campaign war chest as he looks to keep his job in the upcoming municipal elections.

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Hoosiers who rely on SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program) will be receiving their February benefits on Wednesday, Jan. 16. No further benefits will be released until March, at the soonest. 

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The Republican state senator cites Indy's violent crime rate and increased homicides as reasons for running against current mayor, Democrat Joe Hogsett.

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Democrats and Republicans have both said increased funding for Indiana educators is on their agenda, but there is little agreement about how to make that happen.

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Designed to inspire innovation, showcase impact, reward leadership and promote education around the principles of sustainability, applications and nominations for Indianapolis Sustainability Summit are now open. 

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As Indy closed a deadly 2018, Mayor Joe Hogsett joined IMPD and community leaders at the John H. Boner Community Center to review crime statistics and public safety initiatives.

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There were no shortage of big news stories in 2018, even without the midterm elections. News Editor Rob Burgess breaks down our biggest stories of the year with a look back at 2018 headlines.

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Designed to inspire innovation, showcase impact, reward leadership and promote education around the principles of sustainability, applications and nominations for Indianapolis Sustainability Summit are now open. 

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As Indy closed a deadly 2018, Mayor Joe Hogsett joined IMPD and community leaders at the John H. Boner Community Center to review crime statistics and public safety initiatives.

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There were no shortage of big news stories in 2018, even without the midterm elections. News Editor Rob Burgess breaks down our biggest stories of the year with a look back at 2018 headlines.

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In less than a year, legal sales of CBD in Indiana have boomed. While lots of people are trying it, lots more have questions about how to best to use it. 

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Marion County is experiencing a dramatic increase in the number of hepatitis A cases, as an outbreak of the virus continues in Indiana. A typical year sees 2-4 reported cases in the county; so far in 2018 there have been 57.

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The final committee chair assignments for the Indiana House of Representatives were announced Monday by Speaker Brian Bosma ahead of the next legislative session that starts Jan. 3, 2019

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Indiana‘s largest professional education organization unveiled a legislative agenda Monday that calls for increasing teacher salaries, which are among the lowest in the nation.

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Indiana Secretary of State Connie Lawson released the 2018 general election voter turnout report last week which showed the turnout in the midterm elections was higher than it's been in decades.

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Indianapolis-based USA Gymnastics filed a voluntary petition for protection under Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of Indiana on Wednesday.

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Wednesday, a caucus session was held during which Pelosi overwhelmingly won the Democratic nomination for Speaker, with help from Rep. André Carson, D-Indiana.

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Indiana's observance of National Adoption Day included finalization of 270 uncontested adoptions in front of families and the media around the state.

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Indiana Senate Democrats said they will push for $150 million in wage hikes for teachers as part of their agenda in the 2019 legislative session—as well as a hate crimes bill and medical marijuana legalization

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Indiana's congressional delegation introduced a Stomach Cancer Awareness Month resolution Thursday in memory of Indianapolis Star reporter and columnist Matthew Tully.