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As stricter prescribing rules make prescription opioids less accessible, those with opioid use disorder are turning to synthetic substances instead. This shift has led to... [Read More]
With Open Enrollment underway, many consumers may be faced with questions as they consider their health care coverage options for 2019. In order to take... [Read More]
Sprinkled throughout every professional sports league are unlikely success stories of people who, despite having the odds stacked against them, made it. They worked hard,... [Read More]
When the Indianapolis City-County Council reconvenes in January, Maggie A. Lewis, District 10, will be the new majority leader for the Democrats. [Read More]
When I volunteered to cover the sixth annual St. Elmo Shrimp Cocktail eating contest, I didn't expect to be offered a spot in the contest's... [Read More]
Like many of you, over the weekend I saw the viral video of the Center Grove High School student mocking the Cathedral High School student... [Read More]
Famed journalist Roland Martin promised a gathering at Central Library on Dec. 2 he would make them uncomfortable during "School Choice is the Black Choice,"... [Read More]
Several months ago, a former coworker, who is Vietnamese, introduced me to pho, pronounced "fuh." Pho, for the uninitiated is a Vietnamese soup, usually made... [Read More]
I received a phone call this week. As editor of this newspaper that's not a big deal as I receive phone calls on a regular... [Read More]
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Josh Gordon is one of the most incredible talents I've ever seen in the NFL. Six-feet, three-inches tall, and 225 pounds of toned greatness, that... [Read More]
even intractable - differences in how Black millennials and Gen Xers understand the history of (and participate in) the struggle for racial equality? A couple... [Read More]
In engaging with my colleague Larry Smith, I've come to appreciate some broad similarities and differences between how our generations (Gen Xer versus millennial), at... [Read More]
When it comes to addiction, the road to recovery is unique to each individual. A one-size-fits all approach doesn't work. [Read More]
A plan to add modernize Martin University and create an economic vehicle for the state's only predominately Black institution (PBI), faces an uphill battle as... [Read More]
Indianapolis Public Schools will have a "Cyber Security: Keeping Kids Safe Online" seminar at 6:30 p.m. Oct. 2 at Shortridge High School. Cyber security expert... [Read More]
When Anita Gaillard's mother was diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease in 2002, she got straight to work. At the time, a friend of hers worked for... [Read More]
For over a generation, working families have been hurt by stagnant wages and rising costs for housing, health care and transportation. Even as Hoosiers cut... [Read More]
Nike just unveiled a new ad campaign to commemorate the 30th anniversary of its iconic "Just Do It" slogan. The company did so in headline-grabbing... [Read More]
As African-Americans in the United States of America we have a plethora of worries. Some of these worries are life in general — Can I... [Read More]