Death of Michael Brown in Ferguson MO

@kwellscomm @1067WTLC TLCNaptown.com Local & National News and Sports —  Good day to you on a chilly Monday that happens to be National K9 Veterans Day and National Napping Day (in which a nap sounds great after losing an hour due the weekend’s time change). Today is also National Jewel Day, National Earmuff Day, and National Good Samaritan Day–those last […]

More than two weeks after unarmed 18-year-old Michael Brown was fatally shot by Ferguson police officer, Darren Wilson, hundreds gathered along with the public to honor the teen at his funeral service yesterday. The somber gathering was attended by Brown’s family and friends and influential public figures including Jessie Jackson, Al Sharpton,T.D .Jakes, Tom Joyner and director Spike Lee. Many […]

“NBC News” is investigating the death of a young African American man at the hands of police that is reminiscent of the 1987 death, here in Indy, of 16-year-old Michael Taylor. Taylor was shot in the head as he sat in the back of an Indianapolis police cruiser with his hands cuffed behind his back. Taylor’s death was […]

Monday’s Headlines with Kim Wells Click to listen to some of the latest national, local and sports-related headlines of the day, including the latest happenings in Ferguson, MO on the day a teenager gunned down by a police officer is laid to rest, reax from students on an Indiana college campus to the aftermath in […]

Thousands gather in Ferguson , Mo. for the memorial service of 17-year-old Michael Brown, the unarmed teenager who was gunned down and killed by police officer. Rev. Al Sharpton will speak for the eulogy and the family of Sean Bell,  a New York man who was killed by police on his wedding day, will also […]

 I got the opportunity to get a reporter’s view of the aftermath of the killing of unarmed 18-year-old, Michael Brown, in the St. Louis suburb of Ferguson, MO. On this week’s edition of “Access Indy,” I spoke candidly with veteran newspaper reporter, Ernie Suggs, who traveled to Ferguson for The Atlanta Journal Constitution about his experience […]