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  • News

    Heroin trafficking organization dismantled

    United States Attorney Josh Minkler announced today the arrests of 11 members belonging to a drug trafficking organization which distributed heroin and methamphetamine in the Indianapolis area. Further, they ordered acts of violence against those perceived as competitors.

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    Governor Pence Announces Governor’s Task Force on Drug Enforcement

    Tuesday, Governor Mike Pence announced the creation of the Governor’s Task Force on Drug Enforcement, Treatment, and Prevention (Task Force), an effort by his Administration to combat drug abuse in Indiana.

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    Black-on-black crime is destroying communities

    MILWAUKEE – Tory Lowe walked 100 miles across steaming-hot pavement from Milwaukee to Chicago because he is tired.

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    Idris Elba is ‘too street’ to play 007, says James Bond author

    Author Anthony Horowitz has waded in on the casting of James Bond after Daniel Craig exits the franchise, saying he does not think bookies' favourite Idris Elba is right for the part, though he insists “it’s not a colour issue”.

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    10 Years Later, Hurricane Katrina’s Impact Still Devastating On New Orleans’ Black Residents

    New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu took to the road to declare his city is “no longer recovering, no longer rebuilding” a decade after Hurricane Katrina devastated it in one of America’s worst natural disasters, but some refuse to buy that speech.

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    A day in the life

    On the evening of July 5, the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department (IMPD) lost a beloved officer, Perry Renn when he was shot during a gunfire exchange with 25-year-old Major Davis Jr. On the scene were officers from several Indiana districts, paramedics and bystanders, but one group of people, who sat several miles away, played a vital role in the law enforcement process that day. This group of individuals are the Marion County Sheriff Department’s 911 controllers and dispatchers.

  • Sports

    Pamper Her Pink program

    For a fourth year, the Colts are excited to present “Pamper Her Pink,” sponsored in part by Tyler Mason Salon & Spa and Air-Tan. “Pamper Her Pink” is a program designed to offer a special day of pampering to 10 deserving women who are currently battling, or have recently overcome, breast cancer. “Pamper Her Pink” is one of several Colts events related to Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

  • Sports

    NBA star George Hill to receive the 2015 Major Taylor Award at Circle City Classic luncheon

    Indiana Black Expo president Tanya Bell announced, that Indiana Pacers guard George Hill, has been selected to receive the Major Marshall Taylor award at the Circle City Classic Coaches luncheon and serve as the Grand Marshall for the Circle City Classic parade. The luncheon takes place Sept. 25 at the NCAA headquarters, in Indianapolis Indiana.

  • Sports

    Colts to host Dayspring Center game day collection

    On Sept. 3, the Colts will team up with Dayspring Center Family Emergency Shelter to host a cash collection prior to the Colts vs. Bengals game. From 5 p.m. to 7 p.m., volunteers will be accepting donations to benefit Dayspring Center. Donations will be collected at the Colts Community Collection Stations, presented by Toyota, located outside each Lucas Oil Stadium gate.

  • Religion

    How do you stay spiritually connected?

    Each year several studies show, more and more Americans are leaving religion and the church. In 2014, the General Social Survey found the U.S. has about 7.5 million Americans who are no longer active in religion.

  • Religion

    GreekFest 2015 marks 42nd year

    GreekFest 2015 marks the 42nd year for what has become one of central Indiana's oldest and largest ethnic festivals.

  • Religion

    Muslim women seek online boutiques for nontraditional fashions

    Hijabs, Abayas and shawls are all traditional garments held close to the hearts of Muslim women. The intricate wraps that drape from their bodies exude a rich history and heritage. Today, Muslim women are revealing their creative tastes by customizing original pieces of their culture’s clothing to fit their personalities.

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