106.7 WTLC Sports with Kim Wells

Get In the Know With Kim’s Wednesday Tlcnaptown.com News & Sports Headlines  Good day to you on this first day of fall… People in Washington, DC, are already lining up to see the Pope on his historic first visit to the United States. By 5:00 a.m. Eastern, hundreds of people were waiting outside the White […]

Add an Indiana legend to the list of black women making history this week. On Sunday night, we celebrated Viola Davis and her historic lead drama win at the 67th Emmy Awards. On Monday night, the crowd roared for Indiana Fever forward Tamika Catchings. Catchings became the first player in ‪WNBA history to score 1000-plus points […]

The woman dubbed “one of the greatest female athletes of all time,” Serena Williams, continues her quest for tennis’ calendar-year Grand Slam tonight at the U.S. Open. The top-ranked player in the world will face Italy’s Roberta Vinci in the semifinals match as she searches for a fourth straight U.S. Open title and a seventh overall. […]

The road to a feat not done since 1988 goes through family tonight. Serena Williams meets big sister Venus Tuesday night in the quarterfinals of the U.S. Open in New York. Serena is in the hunt for a calendar year Grand Slam. That’s the feat last done in ’88 by Steffi Graf. She’s also pursuing her fourth straight […]

Another controversy is brewing about the new Will Smith head-trauma film “Concussion” one day after its trailer debuted on the web and three months before it’s scheduled to hit theaters.  According to a story published in “The New York Times” on Tuesday, where the paper cites studio emails leaked in the hack of Sony Pictures, the film ”Concussion” […]

A beloved racing pony has suffered an upset at a legendary track with a killer reputation. But, who upset him? I’m Kim Wells. Click the media player below to listen to the latest page out of Triple Crown Winner American Pharoah’s story: Watch the race for yourself:  ###( @1067WTLC )### kimwellsmedia 083115 Follow me on Twitter […]

A new training center and office complex for the Indiana Pacers in downtown Indy??? Some of our listeners want to know why, when the team’s home, Bankers Life Fieldhouse, is a modern-era NBA arena. Bill Benner with Pacers Sports and Entertainment told media this week that the new facility would help the team stay competitive with […]

It’s another victory for Serena Williams on her Wimbledon 2015 journey. Tennis powerhouse, Williams, entered center court for the ladies quarter-finals in England on a mission Tuesday. Her match was against former number one-ranked Bellarusian, Victoria Azarenka. Williams started the match slowly by getting one set down with a 3-6 loss and had to refocus on […]

It’s National Basketball Association Draft time–a night of high anxiety, big deals, hard work on the hard woods potentially paying off and colorful athletic caps paired with fancy men’s suits. The Indiana Pacers are getting geared up for Thursday’s league event. They’ll have the opportunity to pick fresh new players. Indiana will select 11th overall […]

While Triple Crown winner American Pharoah is chillin’ and being pampered back at Churchill Downs in Louisville, his owner, Ahmed Zayat has spilled the beans on the history making horse’s future. Click the media player below to hear Zayat’s plans: By the way, over $300,000 in winnings following American Pharoah’s Triple Crown win at the Belmont Stakes […]

The drought is over! American Pharoah is horse racing’s first Triple Crown winner in 37 years after winning Saturday’s 147th running of the Belmont Stakes. What a feat by this beautiful three-year-old colt who went nose-to-nose in the pack and then pulled away down the stretch to become just the 12th Triple Crown winner in […]

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 […]