106.7 WTLC-FM Access Indy with Kim Wells

Fact. Horrific crime in Indianapolis is not a new phenomenon–shootings, burning bodies and dumping victims. Nor can it be tied to inherent behavior of a particular race. This is evidenced by the subject of a new interactive play opening in downtown Indy Friday evening where the members of the audience determine the fate of the […]

The Indianapolis Radio One Family sends Happy Birthday Shout Outs to Rev. Al Sharpton who marks a milestone birthday today. The outspoken civil rights leader and media personality turns 60. On Wednesday night, it was “Al Sharpton’s Time!”–as he loves to say on his show that airs on our station 106.7 WTLC, Sunday mornings at […]

It’s the start of the pro-football season which means the planning is already underway for the endgame–the Super Bowl. Some folks watch the big game for the grid iron action and others for the creativeness of the ads. But one snack food giant who has had mega-success with their Super Bowl ads, simply by letting […]

Originally posted on AM-1310 The Light: Photo: In happier times. Alex Hobbs (L) with one of his sisters Asha and Al “The Bishop” Hobbs (R) Reported by Amos Brown: It is with deep regret and sadness that we must report very special tragedy. Alex C. Hobbs, son of the late and beloved Al “The Bishop” Hobbs […]

 I got the opportunity to get a reporter’s view of the aftermath of the killing of unarmed 18-year-old, Michael Brown, in the St. Louis suburb of Ferguson, MO. On this week’s edition of “Access Indy,” I spoke candidly with veteran newspaper reporter, Ernie Suggs, who traveled to Ferguson for The Atlanta Journal Constitution about his experience […]

      Looking for something fun to do in the Indianapolis community with your friends and family on Saturday? How about something fun to do for a great cause at the same time? Get your body moving, learn how to improve your health to prevent cancer and help to provide cancer services here, in […]

The temperature outside is heating up and that means we have to be extra cautious about the safety of our children and to never leave them alone and unattended in a vehicle. I spoke with Kate Carr, President & CEO, Safe Kids Worldwide and James Bell, Head of Consumer Affairs, General Motors about children being […]

The Indianapolis Association of Black Journalists (IABJ) is holding a Summer Multimedia Workshop for high school aged students June 22-28 at Butler University. This workshop is an opportunity for teens to learn print and broadcast journalism, social media, backpack journalism and public relations disciplines from this city’s media professionals and top-flight media professors in a residential collegiate setting. IABJ […]