Indiana

‘Hope been happening here’: Light of the World celebrates...

Light of the World Christian Church made sure to create a welcoming environment for members and guests during Sunday worship service...

Tech startup focuses on employee well-being

Annual costs of work-related stress total $300 billion in the United States. However, the nature of managing teams, on top of performing...

Move carefully

The first permanent settlement in what would become the United States was established in September 1565 by Spanish soldier Pedro Menéndez...

Student loan debt hurts Black and brown families

When President Biden announced last month that he would be canceling up to $20,000 in student debt, there were varied reactions. Is...

Shackleford: Improving literacy in our community

Gov. Eric Holcomb and the Lilly Endowment recently announced an unprecedented partnership to spend up to $111 million on a statewide...

‘Let the World See’: Emmett Till and Mamie Till-Mobley...

The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis opened the “Emmett Till & Mamie Till-Mobley: Let the World See” exhibit to bring more awareness...

Circle City Classic to return with new focus

Although football will not be part of this year’s celebration, the Classic aims to focus on five HBCU bands and Divine 9 sororities...

Brooks: Keep it moving

“The harvest is plenty, but the workers are few. So pray to the Lord who is in charge of the harvest; ask him to send more workers...

‘Buying Back the Block’: Mike and Kyra Epps announce HGTV...

Comedian Mike Epps and his wife, TV producer Kyra Epps, are no strangers to house flipping, and next spring they’re bringing their...

Judge issues preliminary injunction, pausing Indiana’s...

An Owen County judge issued a preliminary injunction Thursday in a lawsuit that seeks to strike down Indiana’s near-total abortion...

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