Democratic Mayor Joe Hogsett beat back his best-funded Republican challenger ever in businessman Jefferson Shreve, winning a third term Tuesday in what was the most expensive mayoral race in Indianapolis history.
The city of Indianapolis plans to move about 550 workers from satellite locations around the city into the City-County Building by the end of 2024, Mayor Joe Hogsett’s office announced Monday.
For Judge Matthew P. Brookman, Friday wasn’t his first investiture ceremony with the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Indiana, but it was an important one.
Mayor Joe Hogsett’s administration is seeking a stronger approach to force property and business owners to discourage behavior that compromises public safety.
National Association for Gun Rights calls for nullification of Indianapolis gun proposal, restrictions
The National Association for Gun Rights is calling on Indiana Attorney General Todd Rokita to nullify an Indianapolis City-County Council proposal aimed at curbing gun violence.
The Indianapolis City-County Council gave its approval Monday to a proposal creating a partnership between the city of Indianapolis and the United States Attorney’s Office to address gun crimes.
Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett is making fighting crime a key part of his campaign for a third term, but a portion of his recently announced crime-fighting plan has led to renewed criticism of Marion County Prosecutor Ryan Mears.
A partnership between the city of Indianapolis and the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Indiana is still in its early stages but will ultimately be designed to address gun crimes throughout the Circle City.
Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett soundly defeated Democratic challenger Robin Shackleford in Tuesday’s primary election, setting up a November showdown with Jefferson Shreve, a largely self-funded millionaire candidate who handily won the GOP nomination.
Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett has announced a new leader for the city’s legal team. Matt Giffin, who has worked in different roles in Hogsett’s administration, will begin serving as corporation counsel on Friday.
The Marion County Democratic Party appears headed for significant change, with Mayor Joe Hogsett advocating for an end to pre-primary endorsements and some Black Democrats separately demanding the county party chair resign immediately.
Citizens Energy teams with city, state leaders to announce trio of lawsuits aimed at ‘bad actor’ apartment owners
The city of Indianapolis, Indiana Attorney General Todd Rokita’s office and local utility Citizens Energy Group on Wednesday announced a trio of lawsuits targeting the owners of several dilapidated apartment complexes.
Citizens Energy Group has filed suit against the owners of three Indianapolis apartment complexes over more than $1.3 million in unpaid utility bills, alleging they defrauded both the energy giant and residents.
Indianapolis has long struggled to rein in dilapidated housing complexes owned by absentee, typically out-of-state, landlords. It’s slogging through lengthy lawsuits with the owners of multiple troubled properties, and officials say there’s another filing ready to go unless a new owner takes over an infamously rundown complex. A pair of state-level moves in landlord-friendly Indiana also are hampering attempts to protect renters, city officials say.