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Past articles by Andrea:

13 Listens: Andrea Morehead has candid conversation with 5 other moms about racial injustice

13News' Anchor Andrea Morehead said she hopes this is the beginning of a transparent dialogue about race relations so that everyone can truly feel free from the shackles of bias, prejudice and disparate treatment to make a UNITED States of America. → Read More

The Comeback: Teacher strength

Staff and teachers at New Augusta Public Academy made a video and sent it to their middle school students to express their love and support for them. ​ → Read More

The Comeback: The "I" in crisis

13 News Anchor Andrea Morehead continues her series on defining the word "crisis" and how "The Comeback" is sometimes sweeter than this setback we're all living through. This week we're looking at the letter "i." → Read More

The Comeback: The 'R' in crisis

Last week, we discovered that the "c" in crisis stands for care -- caring for ourselves and others.​ This week, we're tackling the letter "r" as we search for ways to set the stage for "The Comeback" during this uncertain time.​​ → Read More

HSE senior blazing the trail — and track — for Indiana para-athletes

For Noah Malone, there's more than what meets the eye. → Read More

Local businesses working together to fill gap in food deserts

The recent closures of grocery stores in some areas has created food deserts, making access to food challenging for some folks. → Read More

Transported on LifeLine as a newborn, teen rides again to deliver Indy 500 green flag

You could say this moment was 15 years in the making. → Read More

Chords of Love: 'Nobody leaves not knowing that they're loved'

The group is called "Chords of Love" and it helps anyone who is disabled, a low-income senior, or battling a chronic or terminal illness like cancer. → Read More

Real estate investors hold classes for budding entrepreneurs

New developments are popping up all over the city and the trend of renovating older assets continues. → Read More

Local pop-up shop outfitting Hoosiers for Month of May events

The month of May is all about black and white fashions, and a Hoosier with a long roster of celebrity clients is in town to make sure you look good for all of the events. → Read More

After losing shop to fire, owner rebuilds as Millionhaires Barbering Academy

Antonio McCrary has been trimming and cutting hair since he was seven years old. → Read More

Lessons from the Kitchen: Indianapolis chef teaches skills to young cooks

An Indianapolis chef is teaching skills to central Indiana students that go beyond the kitchen. → Read More

Indiana playing a key role in research, treatment of Alzheimer's

Many people dismiss the warning signs, believing they're just part of typical aging, but early detection and diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease can help make a big difference. → Read More

Kids and smartphones: How soon is too soon?

Children having smartphones is a growing trend, but it doesn't come without a cost. How young is too young for children to have smartphones? → Read More

Retired fertility doctor to plead guilty to obstruction of justice

A turning point Tuesday in the case against a local fertility doctor. → Read More

Young Indiana chef making name for herself on national stage

She's not old enough to drive to the store to pick up her own ingredients, but a central Indiana chef is quickly making a name for herself in the kitchen. → Read More

NBA star's mom brings message of recovery to Cicero clinic

Jolinda Wade has been clean for the past 16 years after a long drug addiction battle and time in jail as her son, NBA superstar Dwyane Wade was growing up. She eventually beat it and several potential overdoses, she says, thanks to her faith. → Read More

Dwyane Wade's mother preaches about perils of addiction from personal perspective

Jolinda Wade preaches the word of faith because it's the only thing she says that saved her soul. → Read More

Garth Brooks creates special memory for Indianapolis couple

An Indianapolis couple got a memory to cherish for a lifetime at Thursday's Garth Brooks concert. → Read More

Hot new Indianapolis restaurant giving back to the community

A new restaurant is quickly gaining popularity and helping to fulfill a challenging need on the city's east side. → Read More