Glenda Ritz

Breaking: Watch Clinton Live (below). @kwellscomm News — Indiana Governor Mike Pence may have listened well to his detractors armed with “Pence Must Go” yard signs. He’s now set to leave the state after a stunning win in Election 2016, going to the White House as the nation’s Vice-President-Elect. WTLC News’ Kim Wells has […]

@kwellscomm News & Sports John Gregg is in spotlight in Indiana as Mike Pence hits national stage. Republican headlines don’t dominate the race for Indiana Governor. No, they don’t. Democrat John Gregg said he received a $500,000 donation from the Democratic Governors’ Association. He revealed the half-million dollar contribution to members of the press Tuesday. […]

Kim’s Monday News & Sports Headlines to Keep You in the Know Good morning to you on this post-IBE Summer Celebration Monday. Indiana’s National Guard armories and recruiting stations are now armed thanks to Indiana’s governor. In response to the recent attack on military personnel in Chattanooga, Governor Mike Pence signed an executive order on […]

Metro police are busy this Monday morning still working to find out who shot and killed a woman overnight just south of downtown. They suspect robbery was the motive according to witness accounts. The yet unnamed victim was found lying in the street at around 1:15 a.m. shot multiple times on South East Street. Fox […]

Get Caught Up With Kim’s Tuesday News & Headlines It’s a busy Fat Tuesday with bad weather lambasting various portions of the country; a new secretary of defense taking his post today; determining whether a Chapel Hill attack was a “hate crime”; Indiana lawmakers proposing budget shifts in education; an embattled state education chief making […]

Get In The Know With Kim’s Thursday News & Headlines President Obama is asking Congress for renewed war powers to fight ISIS; a bill to aid in the prevention of suicide among the nation’s veterans is headed to the President’s desk today; a veteran CBS/”60 Minutes” journalist loses his life in an automobile accident; for the first time there’s […]

Indiana Superintendent of Public Instruction Glenda Ritz’s future may be decided by Indiana lawmakers as they return to work today after a busy weekend. Hoosiers are now using social media to voice their support for the embattled Ritz. A “Twitter storm” was unleashed on these state lawmakers Sunday, a day ahead of their expected decision today on a […]

What’s Going on in the Headlines on Wednesday… >>Public Safety Leaders Want Money For More Officers Criminals follow the path of least resistance.  That’s according to FOP Vice President Rick Snyder, who was joined yesterday by Public Safety Director Troy Riggs and IMPD Chief Rick Hite to call for the funding needed to hire more […]

Murder-Suicide Investigation Continues IMPD is investigating a murder-suicide discovered the children of victim. Officials say Thomas Emory shot his girlfriend Tamika Jones-Fleming Sunday night then turned the gun on himself. Jones’ children—an eleven-year-old boy and six-year-old girl—were in the home at the time of the shootings and said they heard “three booms,” but didn’t realize what […]

Chilly, but a warm-up is on the way today.  Good Morning! Happy Thursday… Ritz Walks Out Of School Board Meeting State schools chief Glenda Ritz says Governor Mike Pence is undermining work done by the Department of Education. On Wednesday, during a discussion on how to develop new academic standards for math and language arts, Ritz […]

1-year-old Stuck and Killed By Car A 1-year-old girl was fatally struck by a vehicle Sunday evening. Investigators said the girl darted out in front of a van in the 3200 block of West Michigan Street. Neighbors said the 1-year-old was very good at walking and had been playing just minutes before the accident. Investigators […]