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Get In the Know With Kim’s Tuesday Local & National News & Sports Headlines Happy Tuesday to you all… Local: It’s going to be cooler, but finally things will dry out for all of us here in Indiana.The forecast calls for temperatures in the lower-40s for the next couple of days after today’s high 30s. […]

Actor Samuel L. Jackson has a unique perspective on the 2016 presidential campaign. The Oscar-nominated star recently told The Hollywood Reporter he is “forever a Democrat.” He says he’ll cast his vote for a person who can “keep those other people from winning.” One of those other people is the actor’s sometimes-golfing partner Donald Trump, the […]

Good day to you on this stormy start to this last week of 2016. Winter storms are on their way; while Indy Metro Police investigate the discovery of a body; and there’s a planned expansion of public transportation in the city despite challenges to paying for it. These stories lead our local headlines. Around the nation, Americans are […]

The National Basketball Association is going after gun violence. The N.B.A. is using some of its star players in TV commercials calling for an end to gun violence. One of the league’s most prominent players, Golden State Warriors’ Champion Stephen Curry will also participate. This project was the idea of director Spike Lee, according to the New […]

Happy Christmas Eve and good day to you on this post-tornado Thursday. (Yes. Wednesday’s storms were that bad.) A head on collision kills three people including a child; while Indy’s mayor makes major vetoes before Christmas. These stories lead Christmas Eve’s local headlines. Around the nation, #BlackLivesMatter organizers show their strategic prowess in Minneapolis as they […]

An elderly man being injured in an early morning house fire, while Metro Police looking for suspects who took shots at an officer has a department on alert on this stormy Wednesday in Indy. These stories lead Wednesday’s local headlines. Around the nation, the largest mall in the country attempts to legally stop #BlackLivesMatter protests in Minneapolis […]

A Plainfield, Indiana mall is facing a new week after a wild weekend of disruptive threats. A home invasion leaves the homeowner recovering on Monday as Metro Police investigate this and other shootings in Indy. In Las Vegas a wild driver targets pedestrians on the strip near the Miss Universe Pageant killing one and injuring dozens, while […]

Monday’s Local and National News & Sports Headlines With Kim Wells The rain will make it a slick drive to work, but the winds which could gust as high as 40 miles per hour could make the drive dangerous.  Forecasters are warning drivers about a windy and wet start to the day.  Things will dry […]

 (Photo Credit: Magazine Cover-Courtesy of Sports Illustrated / Photog: Yu Tsai/Sports Illustrated) Multi-dimensional. An exceptional athlete. A successful businesswoman. An impactful activist. The evolution of champion tennis player Serena Williams is being recognized by leading sports magazine Sports Illustrated as “Sportsperson of the Year” in their December 21 issue. Check out their video below to […]

An accomplice of former Subway pitchman Jared Fogle in child pornography activities gets sentenced; an Indianapolis school known for innovative educational opportunities is prepping their students for the workforce of the future by observing Computer Science Education Week today with some help from experts in coding; another group of students are greeted by positive men of […]

The nominations for the 73rd Annual Golden Globe Awards were announced in Hollywood on Thursday morning. ‘Diversity watchers’ who closely monitor entertainment industry awards were watching to see if black actors, actresses and other industry people were going to be acknowledged for their contributions during the year. Starting off with the announcements, Oscar-nominated actress Angela […]

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 […]