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 […]

                      Get In the Know With Kim’s Thursday News & Sports Headlines Education, Crime & Justice, Civil Rights, Political Wrangling and a ‘Scandal on Campus’ are all on tap on this ‘Throwback Thursday’ in local and national headlines as many get ready to go buy more Powerball […]

Get In the Know With Kim’s Wednesday News & Sports Headlines Local: The Indiana Department of Education has released ISTEP results Wednesday morning, with a warning saying the new scores cannot be compared to previous years’ scores because testing has changed. In brief, here they are: 67.3 percent of students in the state passed the English Language Arts exam, 61 […]

Get In the Know With Kim’s Tuesday News & Sports Headlines The Indianapolis Colts are retaining head coach Chuck Pagano putting speculation about his future to rest. More on this story below in sports. Local: A family of seven people escaped a blaze Tuesday morning in Indy. A cautionary tale played out when Indianapolis Fire […]

Flurries greet many as they head back to work–post-holiday vacation–reminding Indy, it really is Winter after extended periods of unseasonable weather. Greetings to you on this first Monday of 2016. I have local and national news and sports headlines for you including crime fighting in Indy from the new mayor; a plan to get tougher on guns in […]

The 12th largest jackpot in Powerball history is going unclaimed. Officials announced shortly after Saturday’s drawing that no one had won the $340 million prize. That means the jackpot is growing again and will rise for Wednesday’s drawing up to $400 million bucks. When it does so, it will mark the largest jackpot since September […]

It’s a cold and gusty New Year’s Day, as Indianapolis undergoes a shift in power on this Friday. Happy New Year to you!!! I have local and national news and sports headlines for you to kick 2016 off right. Click the media player below to listen and get caught up on the latest happenings making news in […]

Get In the Know With Kim’s New Year’s Eve News & Sports Headlines It’s a cold and windy New Year’s Eve, the last day in office for outgoing Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard. Mayor-elect Joe Hogsett will be sworn in Friday along with several city-county counselors during a New Year’s Day ceremony. Local: Four teens are […]

Get In the Know With Kim’s Wednesday News & Sports Headlines Good day to you on this last Hump Day of 2015. Local: A protest for Justice for Tamir Rice is being held this evening at 6:30 p.m. at the Soldiers and Sailors Monument downtown on Monument Circle. Rice was the 12-year-old black child who […]

Get In the Know With Kim’s Tuesday Local & National News & Sports Headlines Happy Tuesday to you all… Local: It’s going to be cooler, but finally things will dry out for all of us here in Indiana.The forecast calls for temperatures in the lower-40s for the next couple of days after today’s high 30s. […]