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Mario Rodriguez: What I Learned From Leading An Airport Through Hurricane Katrina

“Together, we’ll get through this.”

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.

What’s Next For Indiana’s Coal-Dependent Counties?

The coal industry that has powered the Southern Indiana economy for generations is about to run out of juice

Working From Home When Your Boss Is Watching

As more employees are working from home, some companies are turning to monitoring software to keep their teams on track.

Dick Wells, Orchid Farmer

“Dick knows his stuff. He shows up with what we need and is excited for our success.”

The Marijuana Advocate

Whenever Indiana does legalize medical cannabis, Tyler Bryan will be ready.
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Decoding Chris Baggott

Baggott’s early years were marked by the kind of pain, frustration, and failure that would wreck anyone not equipped with his tenacious belief that better things are around the corner.
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Ersal Ozdemir’s 11th Hour

“We’re going to make one last run at it,” Ozdemir said of the Indy Eleven. “Something has to change."
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Decoding Chris Baggott

Baggott’s early years were marked by the kind of pain, frustration, and failure that would wreck anyone not equipped with his tenacious belief that better things are around the corner.
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Ersal Ozdemir’s 11th Hour

“We’re going to make one last run at it,” Ozdemir said of the Indy Eleven. “Something has to change."
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Red Ball Retreads Old Ground In Burger Chef Case

Red Ball offers little more than a red herring.

Ask Me Anything: Randal Taylor IMPD Chief

The city’s top cop reflects on recent police shootings, protests, and how his career prepared him for the current crisis.

Ten Point Coalition’s Turf War With The City’s East Side

Some residents say Ten Point Coalition is diverting resources from longstanding community groups there and claiming victory in an area that remains troubled.

The Problem With Crime Junkie

When will the amateur sleuths with professional problems get a clue?

Catching The Couple Who Conned Amazon

Prime suspects.

Donald Cline: The Fertility Doctor Accused of Fraud

How a Zionsville doctor secretly used his own sperm to impregnate more than 50 fertility patients.
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Halfway Across: The Delphi Murders

Restoration of the historic trestle where the murders occurred is underway. Will resolution follow?
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Next In Line: The Burger Chef Murders

For people living in Indianapolis in 1978, the year must have seemed like the last they’d ever see.
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Halfway Across: The Delphi Murders

Restoration of the historic trestle where the murders occurred is underway. Will resolution follow?
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Next In Line: The Burger Chef Murders

For people living in Indianapolis in 1978, the year must have seemed like the last they’d ever see.
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The IPS Magnet School Conundrum

"There are few bigger champions of diversity than white, college-educated city-dwellers. Except when it comes to schools. In that regard, we’re far more like suburbanites than we’d care to admit."

How IPS Plans to Bridge the Digital Divide

This school year, IPS estimates it will spend $12 million to provide every student with a device.

Millions Spent In Graduating Few

Tens of millions in state dollars due to come its way over the next two years, and a founder whose for-profit company charged millions of dollars in management fees and rent to the school.

Phil Gulley: A Lesson On Education

"Let the teachers teach, let the principals oversee, let the superintendents be part-time, insist the parents do their jobs so the teachers can do theirs, and impeach any politician who piles on regulations while cutting funds."

How An Executive Order Changed A Butler Study-Abroad Group’s Travel Plans

“This misguided travel ban only shows that we need more exposure to diverse people, religions, languages, and ways of life, so that the unfamiliar becomes less feared,” says Butler University's study abroad director.

Jimmy Sullivan Was Here

Jimmy’s parents sent him to live at Muscatatuck in 1952. It was a state-run institution for people with developmental disabilities, a place where parents sent children with nowhere else to go.
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The COVID Drama Roiling Bloomington’s Greek Life

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

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.

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.

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

Just eight days until the election.

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

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

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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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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How I Spent My Unceremonious Eight-Month-Long Summer Vacation

A laid-off sports talk radio host's guide to surviving the pandemic.

How The Virtual Quaker Meeting Vastly Improved My Life

At what were once long, dull Quaker meetings, Zoom lives up to its name.

How To Do A Pandemic Halloween Without Really Trying

Six costumes for the lazy, frustrated, and/or fearful.

Please Do Not Have Fun At Philip Gulley’s Funeral

At most funerals, tears still reign. Our columnist doesn't want his to be any different.

Making Danville Great Again

They say to keep your friends close and your enemies closer. Philip Gulley's neighbor Brian is both.

It’s OK That Big Ten Football Is Returning, Actually

Absent effective leadership, we’re forced to improvise through a deadly pandemic. Why should football be an exception?
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Our Tips For Seema Verma’s Next “Girl’s Night”

The Medicaid chief, busted for spending on a "Girl's Night" in D.C., could have had just as much fun for twice as cheap at home.
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Editor’s Note: A Life Of Pie

If you had shown up to my house on a Saturday night when I was a teenager, chances are you were there for a slice of my dad’s homemade pizza.
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Our Tips For Seema Verma’s Next “Girl’s Night”

The Medicaid chief, busted for spending on a "Girl's Night" in D.C., could have had just as much fun for twice as cheap at home.
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Editor’s Note: A Life Of Pie

If you had shown up to my house on a Saturday night when I was a teenager, chances are you were there for a slice of my dad’s homemade pizza.
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All the President’s Hoosiers

How former DNI Dan Coats, his wife Marsha, Vice President Mike Pence and HHS Secretary Alex Azar are all portrayed in Bob Woodward’s Rage.

Does Joe Hogsett Have One Last Move In Him?

Until this past spring, Mayor Joe Hogsett seemed primed for a potential run for governor or senator. Then 2020 happened.

How Todd Young Held The Line For Senate Republicans

Our conversation with the party's rising star who helmed the defense of Mitch McConnell's majority.

Importantville Exclusive: Indiana’s Speaker Of The House Is Registered As A Lobbyist In New York City

Todd Huston, engaged in a pitched battle for re-election, says it was a clerical mistake on behalf of the College Board.

Meet The Young Black Woman Working To Elect Indiana Republicans

Some might see a contradiction there. Not Whitley Yates.

How An Indiana College Democrat Blew Up Political Twitter

Every good joke has a kernel of truth.
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Importantville: Pence In Fort Wayne, Buttigieg In Michigan, And The Gubernatorial Debate

Plus: Fact-checking Victoria Spartz's business record.
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The Pacers’ Uncertain Future; Woody Myers’ Closing Scramble

On this week's podcast, we interview Democratic gubernatorial candidate Woody Myers and SB Nation's Caitlin Cooper.
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Importantville: Pence In Fort Wayne, Buttigieg In Michigan, And The Gubernatorial Debate

Plus: Fact-checking Victoria Spartz's business record.
Woody Myers
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The Pacers’ Uncertain Future; Woody Myers’ Closing Scramble

On this week's podcast, we interview Democratic gubernatorial candidate Woody Myers and SB Nation's Caitlin Cooper.
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