@kwellscomm TLCNaptown.com News & Sports Locally… Happy Monday, on this day to be extra aware in both, the morning and afternoon drive-time rushes. More school buses will be out today because Indianapolis Public Schools and several other school districts like Warren Township and Noblesville head back to class. For IPS, alone, more than 30,000 students are starting […]

@kwellscomm TLCNaptown.com News & Sports “Day Four” of the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia is getting underway today with the delegates on a high from the previous night’s speakers. On Wednesday night, President Barack Obama spoke, raising the roof sending Hillary Clinton to the general election. He told the crowd, “There has never been a […]

@kwellscomm TLCNaptown.com News & Sports Politics, The Death of Pastor Mike Jones, Back-to-School and the Dropping of Charges Against Officers in the Death of Freddie Gray Capture Our Attention on this ‘Hump Day.’ Today is “Day Three” of the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia. President Barack Obama is on-tap to headline tonight’s speakers. At “Day Two” […]

  (Indianapolis, Ind.) Governor Mike Pence will award the late and legendary WTLC Broadcaster Amos Brown, with Indiana’s highest honor, The Sachem Award 2015. The ceremony will be will be Thursday, January 12th. Amos Brown’s name will be enshrined in the Statehouse Rotunda upon the Governor’s presentation promptly at 12:00 PM. This event is open to […]

Indy is getting a new weapon in the war against mental illness. A local school corp cancels classes heading into the holiday break as a precaution. A good samaritan gets injured while stopping a crime. A hung jury in the first trial of a Baltimore police officer has a city on edge. And…the HealthCare.gov deadline […]

Good day on this 150th anniversary of the ratification of the 13th Amendment which formally abolished slavery in the U.S. When Mayor-elect Joe Hogsett takes over the city next year, Former Public Safety Director Troy Riggs will take over as the chief of the Indianapolis Metro Police Department. Hogsett made the announcement yesterday. Riggs says reducing […]

Get In The Know With Kim’s Local & National News and Sports Headlines for Wednesday Indianapolis metro police confirm that a police chase ended overnight with the suspect’s vehicle in the White River. The pursuit began on the city’s southeast side just after 1:30 a.m. with the suspect leading police through that side of town before […]

Get in the know with the local stories, national headlines, sports and more on what you need for your water cooler conversations on this “BLUE MONDAY.” Hear the latest stories including the Indianapolis community reacting to another senseless shooting that left a little boy dead; a brazen bank robbery that has police working to track down the suspects; a […]

Kim’s TLCNaptown.com Friday Local and National News & Sports Headlines On this last day of summer vacation for the students of Indianapolis Public Schools… A data breach at Franciscan St. Francis Health is larger than first thought…listen to find out what you can do, if you’re affected; Indiana’s governor is going on a motorcycle ride for charity; A […]

Severe weather is threatening all of central Indiana later this Tuesday afternoon. You may want to keep your umbrellas handy today because Forecasters say rain could be heavy with damaging wind, as well as the possibility of isolated tornadoes. The threat will fade as the evening hours arrive.. A SWAT situation on the west side is now […]

Get in the Know with Kim’s Friday News & Headlines Governor Pence is blaming the media for the national outrage over the Religious Freedom Restoration Act. In an interview with a local radio station (down the dial), Pence called the concerns “understandable,” but said the bill has been “misconstrued” and urged Hoosiers to read it for […]