Get In the Know With Kim’s Monday News & Sports Headlines Instead of  Colts’ “Blue Monday,” it’s more like a Boo-Hoo Monday after the Colts hosted their nemesis, the New England Patriots for Sunday Night Football and left fans with a head scratcher. More on that, in sports below, but first… In local news… Indianapolis […]

Political season is heating up. That means plenty of political fodder for NBC’s Saturday Night Live.  We don’t know what their take would be on our local mayor’s race here in Indianapolis (Election Day: Tuesday, November 3 with early voting open now.) However, the comedy sketch show took the time to put their spin on […]

Oprah Winfrey and dieting. They are almost synonymous because of the media maven’s public struggles with weight and tackling it head on. But now, Oprah is getting into dieting in an even bigger way. The media superstar is buying a ten-percent stake in Weight Watchers. Oprah says in a statement that Weight Watchers has given […]

Need a health screening or other social service? Forest Manor Multi-Service Center is hosting a free community fair on Indy’s Eastside on Saturday, October 17. The fair features free food, health screenings, a community clothing drive and more fun and opportunities. The fair runs from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Forest Manor Multi-Service Center is located […]

The Indiana Fever fought their way back and were very competitive in this year’s WNBA Finals, but couldn’t close the deal. The Fever fell to the Minnesota Lynx, 69-to-52, Wednesday night in a decisive Game Five on the road. The ladies are expected to land back here in Indy at Noon. A welcome home rally is planned […]

Lamar Odom’s friends are showing their support for him as he fights for his life in a Las Vegas hospital. The former basketball and TV star is being treated for an overdose after being found unconscious at a brothel following days of partying. At an event in Los Angeles Wednesday night, former Lakers including Magic Johnson spoke […]

Dole Fresh Vegetables is voluntarily recalling cases of its bagged spinach that was shipped to 13 states, including here in Indiana. This move is because of salmonella concerns. No illnesses have been reported, but Dole is taking precautions. Here’s what to look for in your fridge: The bags included in this recall are coded A27409B and […]

It is Fever Red, Fever Friday in Indy today as the hometown Indiana Fever prepare to host the Minnesota Lynx tonight. The city is holding a rally to support the ladies of the Fever from 11 a.m. to  2 p.m. downtown on Georgia Street with fun, give-aways, food for the lunchtime crowd and more. Tip-off […]

It’s been 20 years since the Million Man March–a ground-breaking black community unifying event that took place in Washington D.C. To commemorate the march that drew over a million men to the nation’s capitol and build on it to address the issues of now, a rally will be held Saturday. The rally and movement is called “Justice or […]

Get In the Know With Kim’s Thursday News & Sports Headlines Good day to you on this Blue Monday! Are you wearing your Blue today? In local news… A medical issue may be the cause of the west side fatal accident that claimed the lives of the principal of an Indianapolis Seventh Day Adventist school […]

Media mogul Rupert Murdoch set off a firestorm of controversy after posting a racially-charged tweet. The Fox News owner wrote the following about 2016 GOP presidential candidate, Ben Carson: The cause of the uproar is the phrase, “real black President.”  Some on Twitter expressed outrage that Murdoch appeared to be questioning whether President Obama is […]

The male students at Charles A. Tindley Prep Academy received an extra boost of encouragement to do well in school and in life this week. They were greeted by a village of positive black men to start their school day on Monday morning. Marion County Juvenile Judge Geoffrey Gaither put out the call with a group […]