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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 […]

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 […]

The Indiana State Police have new advice for you on how to deal with a shooting situation. Run, hide, fight. That’s what troopers are now saying to keep you safe in the wake of the shootings in San Bernardino, California. In order, state police officials broke it down. They say your best bet is to […]

Get In the Know With Kim’s Tuesday News & Sports Headlines In Local News: Investigators in Kentucky want to know why an Indianapolis man broke into a home there and killed a six-year-old boy on Monday. Police in Versailles say there’s no connection between the victim and the suspect, Ronald Exantus. Officers say Exantus stabbed the […]

A new study has revealed some startling results to the question, “Do you think you have to be married to be happy?” If you’re a woman, the answer may make you think again. Researchers at Ohio State University say moving in with a partner gives women just as many emotional health benefits as tying the knot. […]

Another deadly shooting massacre, this time in Southern California leads Thursday’s news headlines. President Barack Obama reacts, Indiana’s Governor Mike Pence is rallying his troops to keep Syrian refugees out of the state; while Indy’s Ten Point Coalition and the families of this city’s murder victims implore citizens to drop the “don’t snitch” code of […]

Get In the Know With Kim’s Wednesday News & Sports Headlines In Local News: Investigators say it looks like a driver clipped an Indianapolis Metro police car and then crashed. The driver died after this incident. Police are still looking into the cause of this wreck on the city’s south side late Tuesday night. IMPD officials say […]

WTLC News has learned the Chicago Urban League has called on the U.S. Justice Department to investigate the Chicago Police Department and allegations of potential corruption in the wake of the murder a Chicago teenager at the hands of an officer, caught on tape. The civil and economic rights organization has sent a letter to U.S. […]

Today has a two-fold focus on awareness. It is “World AIDS Day” and “Giving Tuesday.” Giving Tuesday aims 180 degrees away from the recent chatter and activities of Black Friday and Cyber Monday.  This day is a 24-hour online campaign to encourage people to donate to charities, volunteer, and support causes that help others. Giving Tuesday began three […]

Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary Clinton is unveiling a huge infrastructure spending plan to boost job creation. This week she’ll call for a $275 billion increase in infrastructure spending over five years. The spending will be paid for through changes in the way businesses are taxed. Clinton’s camp believes the plan could spur billions of dollars-worth of private investment […]