WFYI's Terri Dee and the Indianapolis Recorder's Oseye Boyd were joined by community leaders to discuss what sparked the protests and possible solutions to those deeply rooted problems. Representatives from the black community discussed racial inequalities, disparities in health care and what the community can do to help move the conversation forward.
The bill would help farmers and foresters who do these practices sell carbon credits on the market. Polluting companies could then buy those credits as a way of offsetting their own emissions.
Despite worries about COVID-19's impact on the economy, voters appear to be supporting funding proposals from school corporations across Indiana.
Twenty-three-year-old Aubrey Baker is a qualified medication aid at Wildwood Healthcare Center, a nursing facility in Indianapolis. Her mother, Lenore Williams, oversees the center. They spoke to reporter Lauren Bavis about how the virus has impacted their work, and how it hit close to home.
This week, auto correspondent Casey Williams reviews two three-row SUVs. One is an all-terrain platform proven around the world. The other continues to lead the segment it helped create two decades ago.