Amelia Pak-Harvey, Indianapolis Star

Amelia Pak-Harvey

Indianapolis Star

Indianapolis, IN, United States

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Recent articles by Amelia:

Indianapolis launches rental assistance program for residents struggling from coronavirus

Indianapolis has launched a rental assistance program for residents impacted by the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Indianapolis council candidate Jason Larrison under fire for old blog posts

Indianapolis council candidate Jason Larrison drew scorn for posts on an old blog, including one in which he compares "illegal immigrants" to weeds. → Read More

Here are the 3 candidates running for District 12 Indianapolis City-County Council seat

Here's a look at the three candidates running for the vacant District 12 seat on the Indianapolis City-County Council. → Read More

Rick Sutton, Democratic city leaders back Karla Lopez-Owens in District 12 council race

Rick Sutton has withdrawn from the Indianapolis City-County Council District 12 race, joining other Democrats in supporting Karla Lopez-Owens. → Read More

Here's what changes in Indianapolis under city's new Stage 4.5 coronavirus restrictions

Indianapolis followed the state's move, announcing an entry into Stage 4.5 of reopening. It keeps certain restrictions while easing others. → Read More

'We need to feel safe': Downtown businesses plead for more than new marketing campaign

Indianapolis is inviting residents to the city as it tries to recover from the pandemic. The city launched a $1 million campaign to attract tourists. → Read More

Judge blocks new panhandling law from taking effect July 1

A federal judge has temporarily stopped new panhandling restrictions to go into effect on Wednesday in Indiana. → Read More

Grant County sheriff's employee faces disciplinary action after racially offensive posts

A Grant County Sheriff's Office employee of nearly 20 years faces disciplinary action after apparently sharing racially offensive Facebook posts. → Read More

Thousands of Marion County ballots unreturned in primary election, roughly 1,800 rejected

Marion County mailed absentee ballot applications to every resident. But thousands of ballots were never returned, while roughly 1,800 went uncounted. → Read More

Indianapolis to offer personal protective equipment grants for nonprofits

Indianapolis expanded its initiative to offer face masks to small businesses and residents, announcing grants of up to $5,000 for nonprofits. → Read More

'Today is a celebration of life.' Family, friends remember Dreasjon Reed and McHale Rose

Roughly 200 people gathered near the site of Dreasjon Reed's death on Saturday afternoon in a celebration of the lives of those killed by police. → Read More

Indianapolis city-county council declares racism a public health crisis

City-county councilors declared racism as a public health crisis for Marion County as the city grapples with protests and the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Indianapolis tourism tax revenues drop 38% in first month of coronavirus pandemic

The Indianapolis tourism industry is seeing its first hit in tax revenues from the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Indianapolis protests: Mayor reinstates curfew for Friday and Saturday

Indianapolis will have another curfew on Friday and Saturday as the city prepares for more protests. → Read More

A tumultuous three days in Indianapolis forces the city to reflect on itself

Indianapolis will review videos of their own officers using force against protesters as city councilors ponder policies to address the city's rage. → Read More

Indianapolis mayor: Violence that injured people after peaceful protest 'unacceptable'

Indianapolis officials weigh in on first night of protests downtown over police killings. → Read More

Indianapolis mayor, police chief to hold press conference on protests

Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett and police Chief Randal Taylor will address Friday night's protest in a press conference on Saturday. → Read More

Shots fired at Indianapolis, Marion County police officers in two separate incidents

Shots were fired at law enforcement officers in two incidents Friday night and Saturday morning, one which was not related to the downtown protest. → Read More

Trump celebrates money for Indianapolis transit line that has sparked Republican pushback

President Donald Trump celebrated millions in funding for IndyGo's new Purple Line. It's the same project fellow Republicans have voiced concerns over. → Read More

Residents report issues with absentee ballots that could exclude votes in upcoming primary

The upcoming primary faces a looming crisis over absentee ballots that may be left uncounted in Marion County. → Read More