TJMS 106.7 WTLC News with Kim Wells

The wife of Jesse Jackson Jr. is now an inmate in a West Virginia prison. The former Chicago Alderman, Sandi Jackson started her prison sentence this week at the facility in Alderson, West Virginia. You may recall, she pleaded guilty in 2013, along with her husband, for looting $750,000 in campaign funds and filing false tax […]

Get In the Know With Kim’s Tuesday News & Sports Headlines KimWellsMedia  Tuesday, November 17, 2015  (Send your press releases, news tips and show requests to me at the station at; follow me on Twitter @kwellscomm.) There’s a federal raid going on in Indianapolis and the surrounding area Tuesday morning. Federal agents have been at several locations […]

Legendary broadcaster Amos Brown is honored by the State of Indiana posthumously as the community is invited to his public memorial services that get underway at Noon today at a northwest side church; the Indianapolis community is suffering the loss of a popular titan of industry, #WTLCIndyNews has learned of the death of businessman, Gene […]

Good day to you on this windy Thursday… All of us here in Indiana may be spared the rain that drenched parts of Illinois and Wisconsin, but the state is going to get blasted by high winds. If you step outside you can feel them. The National Weather Service has issued a Wind Advisory until 7:00 tonight.  […]

Fresh off of celebrating the men and women who served in this nation’s armed forces on Veterans Day, President Barack Obama will honor one Army veteran by awarding him the Medal of Honor today. In a White House ceremony, Captain Florent Groberg will receive the nation’s highest military award for heroism in Afghanistan in 2012 […]

Veterans Day is here. Today we stop to honor the men and women who have devoted their time with military service in our United States Armed Forces. Federal and state government offices are closed today. The offices of the City of Indianapolis are open, however many–but not all–of the county offices are closed, so call […]

Our colleague, long-time media manager, radio host and columnist, Amos Brown, will be honored on-air today on AM-1310 “The Light.” The community will have the opportunity to call (317) 239-1310 from 1 – 6 p.m. today to share their memories and pay tribute to Brown. Brown died on Friday, November 6, while visiting his family […]

Get In the Know With Kim’s Election Tuesday News & Sports Headlines In local news… Good morning to you on this ELECTION DAY… The polls are now open and voting will continue until 6 o’clock tonight. Take your ID’s with you to the polls so you can cast your ballots. The mayor’s race in Indianapolis is […]

Former Indiana Senator Dan Coats is denying a connection to the Ku Klux Klan. Coats’ name was on a list released as a teaser on Monday by the group Anonymous. The “hacktivist” organization says those named are members of the KKK. They plan to release a bulk list of 1,000 politicians across the U.S., and others, they say […]

An African-American student at Notre Dame University claims an academic coach pressured him into having sex with her daughter. The student is now suing the university, arguing that the Caucasian faculty member arranged what the suit calls “sexually and racially motivated” get-togethers with her daughter in exchange for academic favors. The student’s attorney told USA […]

You’ll notice some homes here in Indy, and across the nation, who’re taking steps to make trick-or-treating a safe experience for everyone by passing out non-food items this year. These neighbors have likely joined The Teal Pumpkin Project. This project launched in 2014 through the efforts of the folks at the Food Allergy Research & Education […]

Get In the Know With Kim’s Thursday News & Sports Headlines In local news… Investigators say the assailant and the victim in the Washington Square Mall shooting incident Wednesday evening likely knew each other. Police are looking for more answers as they continue their investigation into this shooting that injured three people–two men and one woman. […]