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Past articles by Sarah:

Marion County Sheriff's Office looking to fill more than 100 jobs

No experience is required, and those who are hired start right away. → Read More

Remembering 'The Voice of the Trojans,' Jason Mueller

Jason Mueller, whose booming voice was familiar to fans of Center Grove athletics, passed away July 22. → Read More

Daredevils rappel 23-story Indianapolis building to support United Way

They were data experts, marketing managers and other everyday Hoosiers who couldn't pass up the perk for fundraising for a good cause. → Read More

Fed eases black vulture permits for Indiana farmers facing attacks on livestock

The black vultures are federally protected, which means one can’t be killed without a permit. → Read More

DEA warns of an influx of fatal counterfeit pills

An agent of the DEA in Indianapolis says the amount of counterfeit pills on the streets is on the rise. → Read More

17 years later, Make-A-Wish kid says experience changed trajectory of his life

'Make a Wish' kid says experience reversed his hopelessness 17 years ago. → Read More

Indy's Black Lives Matter muralists launch artist collective

The artists behind Indianapolis' Black Lives Matter mural have come together to showcase their talent and passion for community change through art. → Read More

Immersive exhibit at Newfields brings Van Gogh up close

"When you walk in, you’re going to be completely surrounded by the works of Van Gogh.” → Read More

Community builds accessibility ramp for Indianapolis resident

Volunteers build accessibility ramp at northeast Indianapolis home. → Read More

Delta variant has become dominant strain in Indiana

Even the mere presence of the variant gives reason for increased awareness, experts say. → Read More

Riley Hospital treats sickle cell patients' minds with book club

The hospital has given out over 100 books to children living with sickle cell disease as part of the Sickle Cell Story Book Club. → Read More

'It's a mega project': 1 month down, 17 to go on North Split construction

The goals of the project include better traffic flow through the North Split and safer interchanges for drivers getting on and off the interstate. → Read More

Among first in her family to graduate high school, Hancock County teen broke the cycle of parents' substance use disorder

Hancock County teen encourages others to 'break the cycle' to achieve goals. → Read More

Churches partner with IUPUI to provide free home lead test kits for northwest Indianapolis residents

The Indianapolis Ministerium hopes the kits will empower residents to test their homes for lead and seek answers if they get a positive test result. → Read More

Grocery store coming to food desert on Indy's northeast side

The owners of Wall Street Market at 38th and Sheridan are getting a big boost from a local company to help their community. → Read More

Hoosiers raise millions of dollars for mental health through "Kicking the Stigma" campaign

The campaign was headed by Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay and his family and will benefit four organizations focusing on mental health in Indiana. → Read More

FedEx mass shooting victim remembered as lovable baseball fanatic

Matt Alexander, 32, was one of eight people killed in a mass shooting at a FedEx facility in Indianapolis. He was a baseball fanatic and former high school pitcher → Read More

IMPD aiming towards 30% female police recruits by 2030

Women make up half of the population, but nationally make up only 12% of law enforcement. → Read More

Retired librarian collects thousands of dolls

Woman satisfies passion for history by researching the hundreds of items in her doll collection. → Read More

Women account for all 156,000 jobs lost in December

The IMF says the economic impact of the pandemic is “far worse than the global financial crisis” of 2008 → Read More