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 Our “Legal Eagles” stopped by “Access Indy” Sunday to go Behind The Headlines on the death of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia and the fallout; the alleged sexual assault by Peyton Manning on an athletic trainer years ago; when relatives kill for money as was the case with a double murder in Zionsville where the alleged […]

Get In the Know With Kim’s Thursday #WTLCIndyNews & Sports Headlines In Local News… Police will continue their investigation today into why a staffer at Wabash College shot and killed his niece and her four-year-old son before killing himself. Right now they believe Lucius Hamilton III, 61, killed Katherine Giehll, and little Raymond Giehll IV […]

A former coach is out of jail but he isn’t free. Good day to you. Former Park Tudor basketball coach Kyle Cox was released and placed on 24-hour lockdown at Volunteers of America while he awaits trial.  Cox is accused of an inappropriate relationship with a 15-year-old student and exchanging explicit messages. The VOA site […]

The nation is watching the mayoral race in Baltimore. In light of the prosecution of six Baltimore police officers in the death of Freddie Gray and various economic challenges, the fight for who leads the city next is crucial. Current Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, who also serves as president of the U.S. Conference of Mayors, […]

Good day to you… The state of Indiana may force Carrier to repay $200,000 in job training grants as the company moves its plant to Mexico. But there are also questions about millions of dollars in federal help that the company may have to pay back before they exit the country. The Obama administration gave […]

The music industry’s biggest night is tonight. Artist, Kendrick Lamar is nominated for eleven Grammys this year including Album of the Year and Song of the Year. Taylor Swift and The Weeknd are each up for seven nominations including Record of the Year and Album of the Year. Tori Kelly and Sam Hunt are both nominated […]

Good day to you on this President’s Day. Today is the third Monday of February which is reserved for celebrating our presidents, past and present. Federal, county and city offices are closed to honor the President’s Day holiday. Expect no mail delivery. Most banks are closed and while Indianapolis Public Schools have the day off, […]

Pacers fans are still clapping for forward Paul George. George did all he could during Sunday’s NBA All-Star Game to deliver a victory, however the East still lost to the West in a ‘you know they were all showing out’ 196-173 high scoring game. Toronto was the host city for the NBA event with the game […]

U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia is dead. Reports out of San Antonio, Texas say the justice was found dead at a resort in West Texas near the city of Marfa. Scalia, at age 79, was the longest serving justice on the Supreme Court and was known for his extremely conservative views and right-wing decisions. […]

Indianapolis Metro Police arrested a woman Friday morning who crashed her SUV into a sandwich shop on the city’s south side. The collision critically injured one person who was inside at the time. This incident happened around 6 a.m. at the Greiner’s SubShop, near the intersection of Shelby and Raymond streets south of the Fountain Square historic district. […]

Marion County prosecutors say they aren’t bringing charges against a school bus driver whose vehicle ran over and killed elementary school principal Susan Jordan. Jordan was hit and killed and two students were injured in January at Amy Beverland Elementary in Lawrence, after bus driver Christine Beeler failed to put on the bus’ emergency brake. Prosecutors […]

A jury handed down a guilty verdict Thursday evening for the NYPD officer charged with the shooting death of Akai Gurley. Officer Peter Liang is now guilty of manslaughter and official misconduct in Gurley’s shooting, which happened nearly two years ago in a dark stairwell of a public housing complex in Brooklyn. Gurley, 28, was unarmed […]