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Indianapolis businessman and developer John Schmitz is expected to announce his bid for Mayor later this week. According to his Facebook page, the south side Republican will make the announcement on Thursday at 5:30 p.m. on Monument Circle. His campaign has released a...
How is this for political irony? The same week that Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett announced his re-election bid, Josh Minkler , the U.S. Attorney for Indiana’s Southern District put out a news release announcing a new partnership with Anderson University because violent crime...
Although I have never been one to subscribe to a “War on Christmas,” I am starting to think the advocates may have a point and they’re not just getting worked up over the color of Starbucks coffee cups or whether someone says “Happy Holidays” to you at the checkout counter. What...
As Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett prepares to announce his re-election bid, he’s expected to have at least three possible Republican challengers hoping to take his job. Former Indianapolis City-County Councilor Jose Evans, former Butler Tarkington Neighborhood Association Ted...
Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett is expected to announce his re-election bid tomorrow. Hogsett’s campaign sent out an e-mail encouraging supporters to show up at the new Phoenix Theater on Illinois Street at 5:30 p.m. for an announcement. Hogsett has made several moves that have...
With 2018 nearly over it looks Indianapolis may dodge a bullet when it comes to another year of record-breaking murders. As of November 28, the city had 142 murders. That number was 148 last year at this time. So far the city has averaged a murder every 2.34 day which puts the...
State Rep. Tony Cook (R-Cicero) today released draft legislation that would create a statewide hate crime statute. Cook’s proposal would allow courts to increase criminal sentencing if a perpetrator commits a crime because of their bias against the victim’s perceived or actual...
A public records request by Citizens Action Coalition regarding the former Pence administration and Carrier resulted in the release of more than 1,000 pages worth of e-mails but they had more to do with people looking for a job with the incoming Trump administration than...
I have to admit to being torn when it comes to a new deal the Indiana Pacers are currently negotiating with the city of Indianapolis, State of Indiana and Capital Improvement Board. As first reported last week in my political gossip column, the Cheat Sheet, the Pacers are trying...