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Citing concerns from the public and the business community, the Indianapolis Public Schools Board of School Commissioners voted today to move its operating and capital referenda from May’s primary election to November’s general election. Click Here for More Photo: Abdul/Indy...
If you’re at the grocery store this Sunday and you pick up a six-pack of beer, a bottle of wine or spirits, you need to thank convenience store owner Jay Ricker. Had it not been for Ricker’s, there would likely be no Sunday retail alcohol sales. Allow me to explain. Using a...
With less than two weeks left in the 2018 legislative session, we get perspectives from House Speaker Brian Bosma, Senate President Pro Tem David Long and Indiana Chamber of Commerce President Kevin Brinegar. Click Here for More
One of the first acts of the new Indianapolis City-County Council leadership was to remove the body’s former President from his post as chairman of Public Safety committee. President Vop Osili, along with Minority Leader Mike McQuillen and Minority Leader Monroe Gray approved a...
In the wake of the Parkland, Florida school shooting that left 17 people dead, Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hillis drawing attention to Indiana’s “Red Flag Law.” Click Here for More
Let’s say you needed to borrow $100 from me, and you’d give me my money back tomorrow. I told you, yes, but you could only do it if you paid me back $101. You’d probably say sure. Paying $1 to get the $100 you need; no big deal, right? Well, guess what, when you pay me back that...
As someone whose wife as described him as a 40-something 12-year old, I was really interested in seeing Black Panther over the weekend. I’ve followed the character since I was old enough to read comic books. And somewhere in a storage unit in Springfield, IL is a copy of...
If the Indy City-County Council votes to hold an ethics hearing on whether to keep Stephen Clay as President, Jonathan Bryant, who says Clay sexually groped him a minor, wants to testify. CLICK HERE FOR MORE
The attorney for Indianapolis City-County Council President Stephen Clay says the lawsuit filed against him by his fellow Councilmembers is a “smear campaign” intended to “belittle the defendant” by “filing a frivolous lawsuit meant to divert attention away from the public...