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The first edition of The Indianapolis News hit the street on Dec. 7, 1869, at a price of two cents a copy. Former Indianapolis Sentinel reporter John Holliday founded The News. It published Monday through Saturday.

Under Holliday, The News was politically neutral and committed to the community. It exposed graft by Indiana Supreme Court judges in 1876. It pushed for the creation of the first city charter and a Chamber of Commerce. The News fought an attempt by Standard Oil Co. to distribute natural gas in Indianapolis.

Last Updated: July 7, 2016

Who Was Monica Liang?

Alex Campbell and John Russell
Indianapolis Star
A Chicago lawyer who has lured millions in Chinese investment said he was impressed by Liang's ability to build relationships.