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IMPD Chief Randal Taylor on Gun Violence In Indy, Last Summer’s Protests, And State Oversight

The police chief reflects on a tumultuous year atop the city’s embattled police department.

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How Did The NFL Combine End Up In Indianapolis, Anyway?

The event accounts for an estimated $8.4 million economic impact to the city, according to Visit Indy.

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Snapshots From This Week’s Winter Snowstorm In Indy

More snow could fall Wednesday.

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Six Bates-Hendricks Businesses That Deserve A Visit

Whether you want to shop, go for a stroll, or get a cup of coffee, East Street has something for you.

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Here Are The First Doses Of The COVID-19 Vaccine Given In Indiana

The end of the pandemic began at IU Health Neuroscience Center on Wednesday afternoon.

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IU Football’s Magical (So Far) Season; Indy’s Most Stylish Sportswear Startup

We’re joined this week by sportswriter Dustin Dopirak and Homefield Apparel founders Connor and Christa Hitchcock.

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The Election Day Post-Mortem; Mental Health During The COVID-19 Pandemic

The Monthly Weekly hosts contributing editor Adam Wren and Eskenazi Health’s Dr. Heather Fretwell.

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Indiana Gears Up For Election Day; Brent Terhune Tweaks The Right

The Monthly Weekly chats with contributing editor Adam Wren and local comedy phenom Brent Terhune.

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Importantville: The Penceworld Covid Outbreak, Lugar Staffers For Biden, Spartz’s Missing Farmland

Just eight days until the election.

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Indiana’s COVID-19 Spike; Indy’s Floundering Restaurant Scene

The Monthly Weekly is back, featuring Dr. Stephen Sample and Duos’ Becky Hostetter.

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Will The Fifth District Follow America’s Suburbs Left?

Indiana’s 5th Congressional District could indicate a national suburban shift toward the Democratic Party.

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The COVID Drama Roiling Bloomington’s Greek Life

One side cries unfair treatment. The other, reckless behavior. Sound familiar?

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How The City’s Homeless Are Coping With COVID-19

Just as COVID-19 has changed almost every aspect of daily life, it has also reshaped homelessness in Indianapolis.

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Indiana Avenue Becomes Black Lives Matter Mural

Indiana Avenue becomes large-scale Black Lives Matter mural.

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Gallery: Black Lives Matter March, July 15

Protests demanding justice for the police killings of Indianapolis residents Dreasjon Reed and Mc’Hale Rose resumed Wednesday afternoon.

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