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@kwellscomm  TLCNaptown.com News & Sports Job seekers meet opportunity today at Congressman Andre Carson’s Seventh Annual Career Fair at Ivy Tech’s Corporate College and Culinary Center. The venue is located in the 2800 block of North Meridian Street. The event runs from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. with more than 150 employers greeting attendees and interviewing for […]

Roof suffered minor bruises on the face and back, according to a jail spokesperson.

Currently, Roof faces 33 federal offenses, including hate crime charges based on the allegation that he purposely targeted members of Emanuel based on their race and religion.

Dylann Roof's lawyer, Sarah Gannett, said the charges are "extremely grave" and "under the Constitution they are not properly charged."

This weekend, there will be numerous events throughout the state of South Carolina to honor the nine lives that were lost.

@kwellscomm TLCNaptown.com News & Sports A young father accused of beating his six-week-old son to death is now facing multiple charges, including murder. The charges against Isaac Hicks were announced Thursday. Police say the infant was rushed to the hospital on June 6 and he was pronounced dead. Court documents indicate the infant had a list of traumatizing injuries […]

Much has changed, but a lot has stayed the same since tragedy unfolded a year ago at "Mother" Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, South Carolina.

The 13 speeches against the thousand mass shootings that have occurred in his second term speak to the enormous amount of work that must be done to change the gun control debate in America.

Roof attended Tuesday's hearing sitting "impassively" in front of the victims' families, journalists and spectators, the Times reports. He faces 33 counts, including hate crimes.

Out of the 33 federal charges against Roof, the accusation that he violated the prayer group's right to freely practice religion will weigh heavy when considering the death penalty.

Church officials gave the families of the victims $1.5 million, but are retaining $1.8 million for building maintenance, memorials and scholarships.

Plus, trial for South Carolina church shooter delayed, smoking rates among young African-Americans won't go down and more news.