INDIANAPOLIS — KHAAAAAAAN! On March 12, 2023, the man who delivered many of the greatest lines and scenes in science fiction history will visit Butler University. William Shatner, 91, the original Captain James. T. Kirk will join fans for a viewing of Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan. Following a viewing of the movie, […]

INDIANAPOLIS — Thousands of college students across the state are heading back to campus as the fall semester nears. “We’re really trying to get back to normal here at Butler, safely,” Maxie Gardner, Butler University’s Director of Health Services, said. It will feel more like 2019 on Saturday when thousands of students return to Butler’s […]

INDIANAPOLIS — We’ve heard a lot during the pandemic about the increased need for help from food pantries for families, but it’s also a concern for college students. Butler University has taken a big step to help its students ease that concern with “The Butler Food Pantry” that opened this month in Atherton Union. The […]

Starting next week, Butler students will have access to the COVID-19 vaccine.

Butler University undergraduate students will start the first two weeks of the fall semester remotely, the school announced on Sunday.

INDIANAPOLIS — Butler’s basketball team is in rarefied territory. The Bulldog men are ranked No. 6 in both major college basketball polls released Monday. In the AP poll, It’s the highest ranking in the long history of Butler’s basketball program. In the coaches ranking, Butler was number-two at the end of the 2010 and 2011 […]

Get In the Know With Kim’s Friday News & Headlines Two men have been discovered dead inside a car Friday morning. Indianapolis metro police are on the scene investigating in the 3900 block of Southeastern Avenue. IMPD was called to the scene just after 8 a.m. This is a developing story at this press time. For updates, click HERE. A couple is safe […]

News and Headlines with Kim Wells Today is the last day to register to vote for the November 4th election in Indiana. Hoosiers can register online at or by using the new Indiana Voters app.  Registration forms are also available at the Bureau of Motor Vehicles, at any county clerk’s office or county voter […]

Here’s what’s going on in the headlines Friday… Metro police are investigating a shooting that occurred around 3:30 a.m. Friday morning in the 1700 block of Countryside Drive on the city’s far west side. The male victim suffered multiple gunshot wounds to the abdomen and is in critical condition at Eskenazi Hospital. The victim and the suspect who […]

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 […]

MORNING NEWS with KIM WELLS Good morning on this last day of school before Christmas holiday break! “Missing” Child Found Frankfort Police say they’ve located 4-year-old Brennon Linscott. Apparently the child was not really missing or in any danger. Linscott had been reported missing around 2 a.m. Friday morning with the story he was last seen […]

Maya Angelou has canceled a planned appearance tomorrow at Butler University due to illness, a Butler University spokesman said today. Angelou, 85, was scheduled to speak as part of the Celebration of Diversity Distinguished Lecture Series. “Angelou was hospitalized briefly this week for an undisclosed ailment,” Butler spokesman Marc Allan said in an email. “She […]