Amelia Pak-Harvey, Indianapolis Star

Amelia Pak-Harvey

Indianapolis Star

Indianapolis, IN, United States

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Past articles by Amelia:

Wayne Township Trustee Chuck Jones resigns, pleads guilty to conflict-of-interest charge

Wayne Township Trustee Chuck Jones is out of office after pleading guilty to conflict of interest. → Read More

Indiana special session on abortion, taxpayer refund pushed back to end of July

Republican lawmakers pushed back the start date to a special legislative session, initially set for July 6, that will address abortion restrictions. → Read More

Friday night shootings in Indianapolis leave 2 people dead

Two people died overnight in separate shootings on the east side of Indianapolis. → Read More

Wayne Township officials to plead guilty to felony charges after IndyStar investigation

Wayne Township trustee Chuck Jones and fire officials will plead guilty to receiving salaries from a nonprofit that contracts with the fire department. → Read More

End of an era: Primary election forces Indianapolis Democrats to rethink future

Four women beat slated candidates in the Democratic primary election. That could signal significant change for how the party endorses its candidates. → Read More

Statehouse roundup: Hunley wins Democratic nomination in Indianapolis state senate race

Here are the latest results for the Democratic primary in Indiana Senate District 46 and for the Republican primaries in House districts 90, 91and 93. → Read More

Marion County Democratic chair Sweeney Bell wins Marion County clerk primary

Marion County Democratic chair Kate Sweeney Bell defeated former legislator Billie Breaux in a race that symbolized tensions within the party. → Read More

Indianapolis police officer arrested on domestic battery allegations

Indianapolis police arrested 13-year veteran of the force. Michael Price, on Saturday morning over alleged domestic battery. → Read More

Proposed Indianapolis city-county council map earns Republican support

The proposed Indianapolis City-County Council district map gives Republicans some advantages. The new map also creates competition among Democrats. → Read More

'I feel I've been shut out.' Democratic Indianapolis councilor leaves party

A first-term Democratic Indianapolis city-county councilor announced he will leave the party and become Independent. → Read More

Sound Mind Treats offers vegan, gluten-free goodies at Indianapolis City Market

Sound Mind Treats is one of the latest tenants to open up shop at City Market. → Read More

These Indianapolis neighborhoods, some once predominantly Black, are becoming more white

Indianapolis as a whole has become more diverse. But these five neighborhoods have become more white. → Read More

Rokita: Biden vaccine mandate will apply to Indiana government workers, schools

Workers will have until Jan. 4, 2022, to get vaccinated or face weekly testing. Here is the state's response. → Read More

Indianapolis is buying nearly $2 million worth of land for its parks. Here's where.

Indianapolis Parks and Recreation will add roughly 89 acres to expand green space, from Eagle Creek to Grassy Creek. → Read More

Budget fight in Lawrence gets partisan: 'We didn't suddenly take stupid pills,' mayor says

The adopted budget, which passed along partisan lines 7-2 on Monday, eliminates $3.6 million in park projects. → Read More

Indianapolis purchases Twin Aire shopping plaza near Community Justice Campus

The county's Health and Hospital Corporation finally closed on the purchase of the Twin Aire plaza last month. → Read More

Beech Grove offers employee raises, crediting outsourcing of fire services to Indianapolis

Salary bump expected to bring Beech Grove police officers closer to Indianapolis pay levels. → Read More

Indianapolis passes $1.3 billion budget for 2022 with eye on public safety funding

Indianapolis councilors passed Mayor Joe Hogsett's $1.3 billion budget by a vote of 23-1. → Read More

These 27 Indianapolis parks are getting millions in upgrades using federal funds

Indianapolis will use $17.5 million in federal American Rescue Plan funding to renovate 27 parks. → Read More

Indianapolis library branch openings delayed by COVID-19-related price increases

Two new Indianapolis Public Library branches meant to break ground this year are delayed to pandemic-induced increases in construction costs. → Read More