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 […]

                Get In the Know With Kim’s Thursday News & Sports Headlines Indiana’s farewell plans for one of its past leaders gets underway today. Good day to you… Final goodbyes are being prepared for former Indiana Governor Edgar Whitcomb.  Ceremonies begin Thursday afternoon with an honor guard in the […]

Get In the Know With Kim’s Tuesday News & Sports Headlines Good morning to you as voting has gotten underway across the state of New Hampshire on this Fat Tuesday, the start of Mardi Gras which is a snowy and slick Fat Tuesday for Indy. The New Hampshire Primary is the first-in-the-nation primary. Early results […]

Get In the Know With Kim’s Tuesday News & Sports Headlines on Groundhog Day Source: Jupiterimages / Getty Happy Groundhog Day to you! It could be a stormy drive home here in Indy on this evening. Forecasters say a strong line of storms is expected to cut across the city, and some of them could be […]

Here are some of Kim’s top stories for Friday… The disappearance case of Indiana University student Lauren Spierer is heating up again with a new search in the investigation. On Thursday, the FBI raided a home and other property in Morgan County and performed extensive searches. Bloomington police confirm the effort was connected to the […]

Get In the Know With Kim’s Monday News & Sports Headlines Fallout from extreme weather on the east coast leads Monday’s headlines. The huge and now deadly snowstorm continues to disrupt cities and the citizens in them. The death toll has now risen to 25 across the snow pounded areas from New York to Washington […]

Get In the Know With Kim’s Friday News & Sports Headlines Weather in the nation leads Friday’s headlines. Forecasters say the huge snowstorm they expect to begin pounding the Mid-Atlantic today could truly make history. The National Weather Service says the blizzard could dump as much as 29 inches of snow on Washington, DC by […]

Get In the Know With Kim’s Thursday News & Sports Headlines Local: Governor Mike Pence is awarding our colleague, Indiana broadcaster, the late-Amos Brown, Indiana’s highest honor today. Brown’s family will accept The Sachem Award 2015 posthumously on his behalf during a ceremony beginning at Noon at the statehouse. The Sachem is given to leaders […]

Get In the Know With Kim’s Wednesday News & Sports Headlines A second-generation cop gets busted for dealing drugs in Indy; Police investigate odd deaths–one at a bar and another in a wheelchair; Indiana’s governor delivers the State of the State focused largely on undoing damage from last year’s religious freedom and LGBT civil rights […]

Get In the Know With Kim’s Tuesday News & Sports Headlines Local: Good day to you on this “tie on a scarf Tuesday.” The bitter cold continues here in Central Indiana today with fresh snow falling on top of the ice that was already present on city streets. These weather conditions combine for a messy, […]

Kim’s Indy & National News & Sports Headlines for Friday The Ten Point Coalition is scaling back its city-wide reach in favor of a more focused approach. The faith-based anti-crime group says it’ll concentrate on Butler-Tarkington and the northwest side. Last year, the organization’s workers and volunteers were spread out over the city’s most crime-challenged areas—all six […]

New year, new leadership. On Sunday, January 10, the Baptist Minister’s Alliance of Greater Indianapolis and Vacinity is hosting its 149th installation service  to put in place the organization’s new officers for 2016. President-elect of the organization is Senior Pastor of Olivet Missionary Baptist Church, the Reverend Wayne L. Moore. Reverend Gerald Dew will serve […]