Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb and health officials updated the public on the state’s response to COVID-19 during a Wednesday afternoon news conference.
Kinnard said the interaction between his clients and police has created emotional scars that will likely take much longer to heal.
A popular McCordsville winery is re-opening this weekend after closing to the public for 20 months because neighbors complained of loud concerts.
Attorney Terrance Kinnard discusses a federal lawsuit filed Friday on behalf of Ivoré Westfield and Rachel Harding.
Here’s how many cases of the novel coronavirus and deaths from COVID-19 the Indiana State Department of Health reported on Wednesday July 1, 2020.
The Downtown Indy Rebuilding and Recovery Committee seeks to increase economic sustainability and reduce business barriers by black entrepreneurs.
Warm, summer weather predicted for this year’s Fourth of July weekend.
The Roberts family has gathered on the July Fourth weekend for nearly a century. The coronavirus won’t stop this celebration of Indiana Black history.
97th homecoming for Roberts Settlement will be virtual this year but still holds the same passion
What started out as a joke about bottling vodka as hand sanitizer in the early stages of the pandemic, soon became an emergency enterprise.