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Past articles by Cornelius:

End of eviction moratorium in Indiana raising concerns

Indiana's moratorium on evictions is set to expire in a week and that has renters and small business owners worried. → Read More

Couple moving back to Indy from California experience moving woes

Brian Bartunek said he hopes people do their research before signing an agreement. → Read More

Washington is a state prepared for an election during a pandemic

Washington has been a vote by mail state officially since 2011. → Read More

Greenwood City Court closed due to coronavirus

The courthouse is set to reopen August 10. → Read More

Are you thinking about voting by mail this year? Here is how it works in Indiana.

Voters in Indiana who plan to skip the polling place and vote by mail in the general election this year to avoid the coronavirus should be prepared and plan ahead. → Read More

Marion County preparing for general election

A county official said making the voting experience better for the general election is a top priority. → Read More

The July 4 celebrations are over, but the coronavirus hangover could be on the way

Videos from the July 4 weekend show plenty of people put aside social distancing to celebrate the holiday. → Read More

Transplant patient urges everyone to wear a mask

Nikkie Foster is a double lung transplant recipient and her plea comes as Marion County prepares to mandate masks starting July 9. → Read More

Group works to ensure everyone can exercise their right to vote

People who have spent time in the justice system may not realize they still have the right to vote here in Indiana. → Read More

Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra members playing on despite issues

ISO's management has not only furloughed the musicians but also eliminated their health insurance. → Read More

Indiana voters frustrated during primary election

Long wait times to vote in Marion County were because there were only 22 polling places this year when they are usually more than 200. → Read More

Employment concerns as the COVID-19 pandemic continues

A woman who reached out to WRTV said she was fired from a salon after quarantining for three days with coronavirus symptoms. → Read More

Pendleton high schooler finding his place after mom speaks out for teen LGBTQ resources

Whether he is on a gym mat or a trampoline at home, 15-year-old Gage Downey is always tumbling and doing flips. → Read More

Young people organize protests for racial equality

Central Indiana communities are showing up in a big way for rallies in their towns demanding racial equality for all their neighbors. → Read More

Indianapolis church holds prayer vigil for racial justice

While people gathered on the steps of Monument Circle early Wednesday night, a prayer vigil was getting underway across the street. → Read More

Dealing with curfew, downtown businesses ask for better communication

The owners of bars and restaurants in Marion County that would normally be open on Friday and Saturday nights hope this is the only weekend they'll have to deal with a curfew. → Read More

Photographer shares historic moments from Indy's week of protests

All of it — the good and the bad — is what Mazabel wants future generations to see and learn from when they look at the pictures he took. → Read More

Doctors vow to fight systemic racism during Indianapolis march

The medical professionals plan to do their part to help fight against systemic racism in the United States. → Read More

There is a battle survivors face after beating COVID-19

A doctor and a survivor are sharing the mental toll of fighting off serious COVID-19 cases. → Read More

Tyson increases safety measures at Logansport plant after outbreak

Changes are happening at Tyson meat plants across the country, including in Logansport, after thousands of coronavirus cases have been traced back to the company. → Read More