The Internal Revenue Service is finding the May hack of taxpayer information was much worse than originally reported.  The IRS hack was believed to violate the personal information of 114,000 taxpayers. IRS Commissioner John Koskinen said additional review revealed at least 220,000 more have been affected. Hackers also unsuccessfully attempted to access the information of […]

What’s really going on in Ferguson, MO at this first anniversary of the death of Michael Brown? We’re cutting the noise and diving behind the headlines regarding reports of violence, the culture of police brutality and what some are calling the next leg of the Civil Rights Movement, “#BlackLivesMatter” with an activist, change agent and skilled expert […]

Indianapolis Public Schools and other school districts within Marion County are closed on Wednesday, February 5 due to more than 7 inches of snow and fine ice that have blanketed the area. Indianapolis is under a Winter Storm Warning until 1 p.m. For the list of school closures and other closures and delays click [HERE]. ### […]

Target To Halt Healthcare For Part-Time Workers Target is ending health coverage for part-time workers.  In a blog post, the company said that offering insurance could actually disqualify employees to be eligible for government subsidies available through the new healthcare exchanges.  Target says fewer than 10 percent of its employees participate in the plan that’s […]

Awards season is officially underway kicked off by the Golden Globe Awards which aired locally Sunday night on WTHR-TV.  One of the fun parts of watching Hollywood celebrate themselves is watching what they’re wearing while they are doing it.  Click [HERE] to see our take on “The Best & Worst Dressed”. ### Source: Hello Beautiful […]

 School & Business Closures and Delays Indianapolis Public Schools, the state’s second largest school district and other school districts remain closed for a fifth consecutive day on Friday due to snow-covered roads and sidewalks. Due to slippery roads and other road conditions that are pretty bad, a number of other schools that were on a two-hour delay today have switched gears and decided to  cancel  classes.  Those schools include […]

Zimmerman Selling Artwork On eBay The man otherwise known as “Trayvon Martin’s killer”, has created artwork and is now selling it on eBay. Zimmerman describes doing artwork on painted canvas as  a way to express himself and his emotions. The painting is of an American flag in different shades of blue and  includes white text with the […]

Morning News with Kim Wells BREAKING: Murder-Suicide Monday Morning Local media is reporting a murder suicide in the 3100 block of North Gale.  Police dispatchers say the call came in the late 6 a.m. hour Monday morning. Police are also confirming that two children—a 6 year old and an 11 year old were in the […]

School Delays & Closures Many area schools are operating on two-hour delays because of snow-covered roads and snow showers that are still coming down in many parts of the Central Indiana listening area this Monday morning. Be careful as you are traveling around in the metro area today. To see if your child’s school is impacted […]

You know them.  You use them, and now they are taking a stand.  Some of the biggest names in social media and the Internet are saying “no” to snooping by the federal government. Facebook, Twitter, Google, Microsoft, Yahoo, LinkedIn and AOL announced the Reform Government Surveillance coalition late on Sunday. The group wants to limit […]

Every living American president, except one, is preparing to attend Tuesday’s memorial for former South African President Nelson Mandela. President Obama and former presidents George W. Bush, Bill Clinton and Jimmy Carter are expected to join dozens of other heads of state at the service in Johannesburg.  Obama will be leaving the White House later […]

IPS Open as Normal–Friday is NOT a Snow Day  Despite the travel inconveniences presented by this wintery weather, Indianapolis Public Schools is keeping it normal for students in Indy. A spokesman for the state’s second-largest school district, John Althardt, says all IPS schools will run on a normal schedule and will be open Friday, December 6th. Education will continue […]