Ten Point Coalition

INDIANAPOLIS — A reward is now being offered for information about the shooting deaths of two young Indianapolis residents. Indianapolis Ten Point Coalition leader Reverend Charles Harrison announced early Monday morning that a $1,000 reward was being offered for information leading to an arrest and conviction of the person responsible for the deaths of 8-year-old […]

@kwellscomm TLCNaptown.com News Governor Mike Pence and his First Lady, Karen Pence joined forces with an Indianapolis faith-based organization that works on the front lines to reduce violence in the city’s neighborhoods while addressing other critical issues head-on. Click the media player below to hear what the Pence’s did while putting their feet to the pavement on […]

Get In The Know With Kim’s Local & National News and Sports Headlines for Tuesday The Indianapolis City-County Council  approved funding for the city’s metro police department. During Monday night’s meeting, the council voted 28-0 in favor of spending $4.7 million to fund IMPD infrastructure and staffing needs including adding 100 new police cruisers, upgrading the department’s training facility […]

(Indianapolis, IN) – While responding to a reports of a another Indianapolis homicide scene with peace, Rev. Charles Harrison and a group of fellow pastors…

Indiana state law bans taking selfies at the ballot box and the ACLU is fighting back; folks in Naptown are having a problem with a community leader’s “stop and frisk” solution to crime fighting; a deadly storm is gaining momentum during hurricane season. I have all these local stories, national headlines and more on what you […]

(Indianapolis, IN) – After a weekend of violence IMPD Chief Rick Hite, Pastor Charles Harrison and Reporter Ebony Chappel talk with Cameron Ridle about solutions…

Teen Unemployment Opportunity Fair Friday Evening In Indianapolis Jun 12, 2015, 01:14 PM ET By Kim Wells News Anchor-Radio One/Indianapolis More from Kim, here. Follow Kim on Twitter: @kwellscomm Improving the economics of our community’s youth is on tap this evening as a part of a collaborative effort of community partners. Our youth want summer jobs and […]

Get in the Know with Kim’s Monday News & Headlines It’s official… the 2016 U.S. Presidential race has now begun. Canadian-born Texas Senator Ted Cruz is the first candidate to announce a 2016 presidential run. The Republican—who renounced his Canadian citizenship in May of 2014—released a 30 second video on Twitter overnight urging a new […]

Get In the Know With Kim’s Tuesday “TJMS” News & Headlines At press time, Indianapolis Metro Police Department homicide detectives are on the scene of a shooting on the city’s east side Tuesday morning. They’re in the 800 block of North LaSalle Street investigating a call of a person shot in the chest. The call came in around […]

Get In the Know With Kim’s Tuesday News & Headlines An American suburb is waking up smoldering and in flames this Tuesday morning. Police in the St. Louis area say the violence sweeping through Ferguson, Missouri is worse than the violence that followed the death of Michael Brown last summer. Violence including the burning of several buildings […]

Get In the Know With Kim’s Tuesday News & Headlines Officials in Indianapolis are preparing for a grand jury decision in Ferguson, Missouri keeping in lockstep with most urban areas in the nation. The Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department (IMPD) is on standby in case this decision sparks trouble in the city. The Ten Point Coalition is also […]

Here’s What’s Going on in the Headlines on Wednesday… The young woman who gave birth, then abandoned her baby in a business’s bathroom is due in court on this Wednesday. Twenty-two-year-old Briana Holland gave birth to the baby last Friday at the United Technology Carrier Corporation building on West Morris Street. There, is where a maintenance worker […]