@kwellscomm TLCnaptown.com Tuesday News & Sports Headlines A police chase ended in a crash and capture on the city’s south-eastside. WRTV-TV is reporting this happened Monday night near Sherman Drive and Southeastern. When the suspect didn’t stop at a stop sign and the officer tried to pull him over, that’s when this latest drama began […]

Kim’sTLCNaptown.com Local and National News & Sports Headlines Two Indianapolis Public School officials are facing charges for not speaking up or acting when they learned a teacher was allegedly having sex with at least one student. Shalon Dabney and Lela Hester are facing misdemeanor charges for not filing a report. They are just two of many who work […]

Get in the know with the local stories, national headlines, sports and more on what you need for your water cooler conversations on this “BLUE MONDAY.” Hear the latest stories including the Indianapolis community reacting to another senseless shooting that left a little boy dead; a brazen bank robbery that has police working to track down the suspects; a […]

Have you noticed that the price of eggs has risen nearly 50-percent in just the last month? It almost makes one scream ouch at the refrigerated section of the local grocer. The reason for the increased price tag of “protein by the dozen” has been blamed on one of the worst bird flu epidemics the […]

Can you run a mile? Many Hoosiers can and will do it this evening, which is expected to cause some traffic delays and backups in the Circle City at the end of the workday. The Monumental Mile A precursor race to November’s Indianapolis Monumental Marathon gets underway this evening at 5 p.m. with a street closure […]

Many parents put their daughters, or little princesses, in ballet classes for a variety of reasons. If getting a bit of exercise is a part of that reasoning then you’ll need to know, you’re dabbling in the wrong art form. A new study finds that ballet doesn’t provide very good, or very much, exercise for […]

(Photo Source: Denise Truscello / Getty) For some fans of blues music, today marks the day music died. The world is waking up without “The King of the Blues,” legendary musician B.B. King who died overnight at the age of 89. Click the audio player below to hear more on the story of King’s life. King […]

If you’ve used your credit card to buy hair or nail care products in the last few months, you may want to pay attention. For a second time in a little more than a year, major beauty supply company Sally Beauty Supply says its payment card system has been hacked. Officials with the beauty retail giant said Thursday morning they now have […]

Kim’s Wednesday News & Sports Headlines It’s a busy Hump Day. The death toll from the North Philadelphia Amtrak train derailment is now up to six. Crews are searching still this morning for survivors who may be in or under the wreckage.  As of now, at least 140 passengers are injured, some critically, and the […]

There are new published claims coming from a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist that say the Obama White House created a false narrative about the killing of Osama bin Laden. The official story of bin Laden’s death is a Navy SEALS team killed the terrorist, believed to be the mastermind behind the 9-11 attacks on America, in […]

The Indiana State Fair announced its lineup Monday morning for the 2015 free concert stage. There are some acts included in the line-up that you may be interested in seeing when they visit Indy. Here’s who’s coming: Morris Day and The Time–Aug. 8, The Village People–Aug. 17, KC and the Sunshine Band–Aug. 20 LaShun Pace is […]

Mail carriers will be out in force Saturday to collect food donations across the Indianapolis metro area and nationwide. It’s part of the National Association of Letter Carriers “Stamp Out Hunger” food drive. You may have already received a specialty shopping bag with a post card in your mailbox requesting a donation for the drive. Regardless, if […]