Johnson County homelessness rates increase in recent years

By Emma Gibson Staff Reporter In just the past year, there has been an eight percent increase in the number of homeless individuals in Indianapolis. Out of 1,682 people, 15 percent were counted as 17 or younger; about 80 percent of that number are women who were escaping domestic violence and four women were counted... Continue Reading →

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Mental health effects students worldwide

By Tiniya Bailey Staff Reporter Mental disorders such as ADHD, depression and anxiety are very common in teenagers.. Each individual requires a different support system and these disorders all can affect people in different ways. But there are various ways that you can cope with mental issues that can be healthy or unhealthy. According to... Continue Reading →

Indy ranks as 12th most dangerous city

By Amy Clark Staff Reporter According to CBS and Muninetguide.com, Indianapolis was ranked as the 12th most dangerous city in the United States. The violent crime rate for Indianapolis is 1,374 per 100,000 residents. The most common crime in Indiana is some type of larceny/theft, followed by aggravated assault. Police officers are constantly working in... Continue Reading →

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