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Past articles by Graham:

Franklin mechanic passes skills to next generation

Joseph Truax, the owner of Enginer R&R in Franklin, is aiming to pass on his skills fixing engines and also help young people to stay out of trouble. → Read More

Vigil held outside Eli Lilly for those who died because of insulin rationing

A vigil was held right outside of Eli Lilly for those who died because of insulin rationing. → Read More

Indianapolis woman feels lucky to be OK after someone threw a rock at her car

It's a nightmare scenario for any driver: Someone throws a rock at your windshield and there's nothing you can do to get out of the way. → Read More

After months of anticipation IndyGo's Red Line opens

INDIANAPOLIS — After months of anticipation, the IndyGo Red Line is now officially open for riders. IndyGo's newest line officially opened on Sunday and runs 13 miles from Broad Ripple to the University of Indianapolis. The new electric buses were packed on Sunday for opening day. "I think we had a lot of fun, just very packed," rider Joel Weyrick said. "I guess that's fun to see." IndyGo is… → Read More

Before You Fall gives kids tools to avoid violence

It's pugilism with a cause on the west side of Indianapolis. → Read More

Problem-ridden Indy apartment complex loses tax-exempt status

The Property Tax Assessment Board of Appeals met on Friday and voted unanimously to suspend the tax-exempt status of the complex. → Read More

Woman hopes driver who hit her and drove away will be found

Laurel Anne Nance was on her way home when someone in a car hit her and drove away. → Read More

Residents concerned about semis in empty grocery store lot

People living on the far east side say the parking lot of a former grocery store is turning into an unauthorized truck stop for semis and other big vehicles. → Read More

Arson cases can be hard to solve, but someone always leaves a trace

Police are looking for a man they say is wanted in connect with multiple fires that were set deliberately. An expert on arson cases explained they can be hard to solve. → Read More

Catalytic converter theft victim hopes for justice

It was stolen last Wednesday night or early Thursday morning on Julian Avenue, just east of Emerson Avenue on the east side. → Read More

Neighbors save neighbors in West Lafayette house fires

Five houses are gone, but nobody was injured and that's largely due to the efforts of neighbors who helped neighbors. → Read More

Scammers turn a dream house into a nightmare for an Indianapolis family

It was supposed to be a house of dreams for an Indianapolis family when they moved into a new house, but a nightmare started a few days later with a knock at the door. → Read More

An east side church tries to recover after someone stole its Christmas donations

A one-of-a-kind holiday event for families in need might not be the same this year after someone stole thousands of dollars in bikes, toys and electronics from Church 52 on the east side. → Read More

Woman credits her dog for saving the day during break-in

Ginger McQueen and her dog, LuLu, were inside when someone outside tried to get in. McQueen said she feels like LuLu saved her life. → Read More

Thieves are stealing tires from vehicles in Indianapolis. Here's how you should protect yourself.

Tire thieves are making the rounds in Indianapolis. → Read More

Garage sale theft warning for Central Indiana residents

A Fishers mom has a warning you need to hear if you're thinking of making some extra cash this summer. → Read More

Health department investigates troubled north side apartment complex

Health department investigators went door-to-door to once-and-for-all uncover the full scope of the health-related issues at the Lakeside Pointe at Nora Apartments. → Read More

Apartment break-ins unnerve Fishers residents

Ten homes at five different complexes were broken into between June 1 and 10. → Read More

Abandoned homes causing crime concerns on the east side

One east side neighborhood reached out with concerns about abandoned houses after several break-ins. → Read More

Mother outraged after substitute teacher calls students 'pretty' and 'thick'

The mother of a 12-year-old is concerned a local charter school is trying to protect its reputation instead of its students. → Read More