Selected clips in chronological order. My favorites = **

The Indianapolis Star

From the Colts’ stadium to the Statehouse, Indianapolis has a rich Arab American history

Pupusas, tres leches, injera: Global food scene at heart of west side redevelopment project

** Lafayette Square Mall community eager for multi-million dollar transformation

On the 10th anniversary of DACA, these Hoosiers reflect on its impact

As ‘Chief of Protocol,’ Peter Kirkwood helps bring Hoosier hospitality to the global stage

33 Hoosiers take citizenship oath at Indianapolis Motor Speedway

‘This is our culture’: Sikh restaurant owner celebrates Vaisakhi by giving back

The FedEx shooting traumatized many Sikh workers. A year later, a new program hopes to help

** The Waiting Room: After FedEx shooting, families’ trauma and grief began at a Holiday Inn

With first snow of 2022, Indianapolis couple embraces new chapter in America

‘America belongs to all of us’: How the Chinese Lion Dance bridges Indianapolis cultures

‘High priority to achieve basic equality’: Here’s how Indiana ranks for LGBTQ+ equality

** He went to the Philippines looking for answers. He returned with a mission.

** Devoted to his family, country and God, he’s learning English to love them even more

** Slain Marine was son of Logansport, town of immigrants and patriotism

War in Ukraine:

‘Tragic and surreal’: Ukrainian Americans watch former homes turn into war zones

Rally in downtown Indianapolis draws supporters of Ukraine amid ongoing invasion

What Victoria Spartz, Ukraine born Congresswoman, wants from U.S. on Russian war

‘Obligation to help’: How Indiana residents and technology help the Ukraine refugee crisis

** Russian war on Ukraine sparks Indianapolis cultural revival, opens new chapter for diaspora

Why Russia’s invasion of Ukraine forced this Carmel school to change its name

Afghan Refugee Resettlement:

** Sulaman and Arzo Part 1: War disrupted their wedding. Love is helping them start a new life in Indiana

** Sulaman and Arzo Part 2: An imam and a pastor married them. Finding faith and flexibility is America’s ‘best thing’

‘Something very profound happened’: Last Afghan refugees leave Camp Atterbury this week

Camp Atterbury: A look inside the Indiana camp housing thousands of Afghan evacuees

** ‘The world is too small’: An Afghan translator and U.S. soldier reunited at Camp Atterbury

317 Project: Stories of life in all of Indianapolis’ vibrant neighborhoods —317 words at a time.

317 Project: From graphic design to tire shop, taking risks helped him find his livelihood

317 Project: Celebrating the gift of American citizenship, finally, this Fourth of July

** 317 Project: She’s in charge. This teen is a boss at Ritter’s Frozen Custard and in life

317 Project: ‘One step at a time’: Teen’s life moves fast. How roller skating is helping him slow down

317 Project: In business and in life, they found ways to ‘create something out of nothing’

Trending News:

Indiana ranks last on list of ‘Safest States During COVID-19’

Indiana AG Todd Rokita says he doesn’t believe COVID-19 stats his own state releases

How Broad Ripple’s vibe was reflected in the design of HGTV’s ‘Urban Oasis’ home

‘A generational fight’: Hundreds gather to advocate for abortion rights in Indianapolis

Chelsea Handler shares pandemic lessons ahead of Indianapolis show

‘You’re never bored’: New games, cosplay and pandemic puts ‘new spin’ on 2021 Gen Con

** They were skeptical, but now these Hoosiers are vaccinated: What changed their minds

Indiana Republicans join the new Conservative Climate Caucus. Here’s what that means

** How a photo inflamed ‘troubled history’ between police and the LGBTQ community

Indiana University students, alumni react to new COVID-19 vaccine requirement

** ‘This is a war’: Hoosiers desperately fight to help family in COVID-ravaged India

‘Worth it’: Some Indy residents are driving hours to find vaccines sooner

NBC News

College students serve as contact tracers as pandemic colors campus life

** Think WFH is a challenge? Not compared to WOFH: Working Out From Home

As police in Washington, D.C., pepper-sprayed protesters, Rahul Dubey opened his home to 70 strangers

** Truckers fighting human trafficking are trained to be alert to late-night knocks

As Indian PM Modi comes to the U.S., Kashmiri Americans fear for life back home

Beyond 12 bridges the education gap in higher education and inspires students

Stateside Puerto Ricans, who responded to island protests, are still vigilant

Mueller as muse: Artists get creative with the ex-special counsel and his report