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Past articles by Megan:

IHA providing for community during COVID-19 pandemic

Masks, gloves and hand sanitizer all being packed away in bags and delivered door-to-door. → Read More

Second Avon High School staff member tests positive for COVID-19

A second staff member at Avon High School tested positive for COVID-19 on Monday. → Read More

Community members push to re-open the Reuben Engagement Center

It closed in April because of the COVID-19 pandemic and right now the future of the center is unknown. → Read More

Pandemic prompts more telehealth services

The pandemic is prompting many people to find new ways to connect with health care providers. IU Health says they’re seeing a major increase in the number of people using telehealth, meaning virtual visits. → Read More

Mother wants Franklin Central athletic policy changed

A spokesperson for the district declined an interview but released a statement saying their decision was in accordance with policy and past practices. → Read More

Safety concerns on Indy's canal after recent violence

Officials with the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department are taking some extra steps to keep people safe after these two recent acts of violence on the canal. → Read More

Trash and waste at City Market lead to health concerns

Business owners at City Market said most mornings there is trash everywhere. Maintenance crews are left to clean the mess each and every day but even after that problems persist. → Read More

Business owners concerned about trash, illegal activity near City Market

Some business owners said they've seen excessive litter, open drug use, and fights. → Read More

Mom expresses concern over 911 system in Marion County

An Indianapolis mother is looking for answers after she said she wasn't able to get through right away when she called 911 after her son was shot. → Read More

Woman reports being attacked in downtown Indianapolis

Police have arrested a man, who is also accused of attacking several others last week. → Read More

Community leaders trying to help stop the violence in Indy

Several faith-based leaders said they are fed up with the amount of violence in Indianapolis and are now working together to create a plan of action. → Read More

Indianapolis group working with youth to prevent violence

The young men who are showing up are working to create a brighter future for themselves and their community. → Read More

Some states see spike in new COVID-19 cases. Could Indiana be next?

More than a dozen states are reporting a spike in new COVID-19 cases. → Read More

Restaurant donates to Indy 10 Black Lives Matter

Hoagies and Hops in the Butler Tarkington neighborhood announced a portion of their sales on Tuesday would go directly to that organization. → Read More

How Indianapolis is dealing with a rise in homicides

Since the beginning of the year, there have been 90 homicides in the city. This time last year, Indianapolis had 64 homicides. → Read More

Gov. Eric Holcomb responds to protests across Indiana

The governor wants people at protests across Indiana to know he sees them, he hears them and he is encouraged by those spreading their message in a peaceful way. → Read More

Indy police chief responds after officers walk with protesters

Some local groups have criticized IMPD calling the end of Monday's protest nothing more than a photo opportunity. → Read More

Two school referenda on the ballot in Beech Grove

District leaders are hoping voters will approve two referendums, one for operating expenses and the other for construction. → Read More

Domestic violence support groups ask for help sheltering survivors

There has been a 125 percent increase in calls for help since the COVID-19 pandemic began. → Read More

Schools make changes to graduation in wake of COVID-19 pandemic

Some districts are making the ceremony virtual, others postponing them until later in the summer. → Read More