He lived through the world’s longest civil war, a landmine explosion, and a deep-jungle journey across enemy territory to receive medical attention.
Kah Law has other ambitions beyond finding employment: “I still have hope to reunite with my parents and siblings,” he says. “And the second one is to do good things around me.”Read more
He lived through civil war, a landmine explosion, and a deep-jungle journey to safety. One blood transfusion, two refugee camps, and 8,000 miles later, Kaw Lah is among the thousands of asylum-seekers who fled Myanmar in search of peace—and a home—in Indianapolis.
Kaw Lah is one of thousands of refugees who have fled Myanmar in recent decades. Official statistics put the number of Burmese asylum-seekers in Indiana at around 15,000, but some estimate that as many as 20,000 have resettled here.Read more
As the Indy Eleven prepare to take the field for a season opener on April 12, a tragedy on the sidelines remains unsolved.
What Daniel Foster knows for sure is that by 2:15 a.m., his brother lay in the club’s parking lot, blood seeping from his ear.Read more
Hint: Cheap rent, low taxes, and incentives galore.
Low taxes, cheap rents, and incentives galore.Read more
Glenda Ritz may still be a rookie on the government gridiron, but her team knows how to orchestrate a good old-fashioned political hit.
As AP reporter Tom LoBianco churned out hit after hit, politicos quietly talked about how he was able to get so much dirt on Tony Bennett. But the blogosphere erupted with more pointed talk of foul play by the Glenda Ritz administration.Read more