Kaitlin Lange, Indianapolis Star

Kaitlin Lange

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Recent articles by Kaitlin:

Indiana's 5th Congressional District race rated a 'toss up' by political analysis group

Indiana'a 5th Congressional District election is now rated a "toss up," by Sabato's Crystal Ball. → Read More

Carmel church pastor suspended after calling Black Lives Matter organizers 'maggots'

Rev. Theodore Rothrock of St. Elizabeth Seton Catholic Church in Carmel has been suspended from public service Wednesday. → Read More

What we know about Carmel pastor's message against Black Lives Matter

Rev. Theodore Rothrock of St. Elizabeth Seton Catholic Church is under fire for comparing Black Lives Matter movement organizers to "maggots." → Read More

Carmel church pastor calls Black Lives Matter demonstrators 'maggots and parasites'

St. Elizabeth Seton Catholic Church is under fire for comparing the Black Lives Matter demonstrators to "maggots and parasites." → Read More

Proposed development could set precedent for commercial development in west Carmel

Republic is planning to build single family homes, townhomes and a small commercial area at the intersection of Spring Mill Road and 116th Street. → Read More

Indiana 5th District election results: Spartz, Hale lead early in the night

Early results are in for the 5th Congressional District primary race in Indiana to replace retiring U.S. Rep. Susan Brooks. → Read More

Carmel issues Tuesday night curfew

Carmel Mayor Jim Brainard announced the implementation of a curfew Tuesday from 9 p.m. until 5 a.m. → Read More

'It's demoralizing': Business owners eager to get past coronavirus now hit by riots

Some Indianapolis businesses might not be ready to open after weekend riots. → Read More

Republicans try to stand out in crowded Indiana 5th District race

In the final weeks, candidates have used controversial statements, loaned themselves money and turned to attacks in order to give themselves a leg up. → Read More

Carmel City Council to consider $27 million in bonds for grocery store, other projects

Economic concerns due to the coronavirus pandemic don't appear to have stopped bond-backed development in Carmel. → Read More

7 takeaways from Indiana 5th Congressional District Republican debate

The nontraditional debates were both conducted virtually with candidates in separate rooms, due to the novel coronavirus. → Read More

Police investigate death on Indianapolis' near northeast side

Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department are on the scene in the area of East 32nd Street and Baltimore Avenue. → Read More

Democrat Woody Myers misses initial deadline to choose running mate

the Indiana Democratic State Central Committee decided to push back the noon Tuesday deadline to 10 a.m. Friday. → Read More

Here's where people have died from COVID-19 in Hamilton County

More people have died in the primarily Carmel ZIP code of 46032 than elsewhere in the Hamilton County Health Department's jurisdiction. → Read More

6 takeaways from community stakeholders' meeting on how to reopen Carmel safely

"We’re trying to walk the delicate balance of how to reopen and help peoples' livelihoods," Mayor Jim Brainard says. → Read More

6 things to know about Aria Diagnostics, the local lab sending coronavirus tests to NYC

Indianapolis lab Aria Diagnostics has made headlines for its plan to sell 50,000 coronavirus test kits to New York City each week. → Read More

Mother Teresa attorney to 5th District candidate: stop using her name, image in campaign ads

A lawyer who served as legal counsel for Mother Teresa told Republican Chuck Dietzen to stop using Mother Teresa's name and image in ads. → Read More

Explosion causes $3.5 million worth of damages to car wash on the city's south side

An explosion at a car wash on the city's south side Friday night left the building in flames and caused an estimated $3.5 million worth of damage. → Read More

Police investigate death of man found in ditch near Noblesville

Hamilton County Sheriff's Office is investigating the death of a man who was found in a ditch Friday afternoon just northeast of Noblesville. → Read More

'Passionate, determined, God-fearing': Officer Leath laid to rest in coronavirus' shadow

The funeral services for slain IMPD officer Breann Leath were held at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, a site linked to the city's proud history. → Read More