More than 1,000 Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department (IMPD) officers are now equipped with body cameras. In a press conference Aug. 3, IMPD Chief Randal Taylor announced a partnership with Utility Inc. to get cameras installed in the uniforms of 1,100 IMPD officers.
The first in a series of public meetings about public safety will be 5:30 p.m. Aug. 6. The meeting will be held virtually to allow as much participation as possible. The first conversation will discuss the results from the online survey launched in July, which sought feedback on the current …
Gov. Eric Holcomb often brags about the Indiana Women’s Prison. Last year, Holcomb showed the prison off to Ivanka Trump. He’s mentioned the prison in his state of the state address and posted videos to his Facebook page.
When Indianapolis Public Schools (IPS) students begin the new school year, they won’t return to a building. Students will pick up where they left off last year and continue remote learning.
In an audio file released by Indy10 Black Lives Matter July 31, it appears the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department (IMPD) may have let an 18-year-old suspect stay under water for several hours before retrieving him.
Mmoja Ajabu was 19 when Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated. He was in the military at the time, in training in Missouri. He and the other Black soldiers in his base were relegated to a remote part of the base and told they would be shot if they attempted to leave as the white soldie…
The alumni of John Hope School have many stories to tell about the teachers, the friends, the neighborhood that raised them from kindergarten through eighth grade.
When Taran Richardson was in high school at Tindley Accelerated Schools, he developed an appropriate motto for himself: #NoSleepInMySchedule.