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. […]

Get In the Know With Kim’s Wednesday News & Sports Headlines In local news… Let’s just call this wet ‘Hump Day’ a little fruity, like a smoothie. That’s because a semi-truck full of about 40,000 pounds of mangoes flipped early Wednesday morning causing a ramp closure from westbound I-70 to southbound I-65 in the north […]

What are your concerns and solutions to pressing issues about life here in your own Indianapolis neighborhood on the day-to-day? The Your Life Matters Campaign has joined forces with the United Community Centers of Indy and they want to know. They’re inviting you to come out to one of a series of community meetings that […]

Get In the Know With Kim’s Monday News & Sports Headlines In local news… Two people have been taken to Eskenazi Monday morning following a fire in their far-west side home. The blaze broke out just before 5 a.m. in the 7300 block of Rockleigh Avenue and was contained to one side of the duplex […]

It’s sometimes easier to navigate your struggles when you feel like you’re not alone. Children’s television show Sesame Street understands this when it comes to the development of children and the families who love them, so they’re adding a new character and more. Click the media player below to listen to who’s joining the lineup […]

Get In the Know With Kim’s Wednesday News & Sports Headlines  In local news… Indianapolis Firefighters have been busy on this Wednesday morning at the scene of a blaze in a house on the city’s east side. Firefighters rescued two people and others were able to escape this home that was converted into nine units. […]

Researchers are close to developing a blood test that can detect the presence of Alzheimer’s Disease in the body. New findings show the blood test can detect Alzheimer’s long before symptoms show up. Scientists at the Rowan University School of Osteopathic Medicine say the test would give physicians an opportunity to treat the disease at […]

Get In the Know With Kim’s Tuesday News & Sports Headlines Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department Officer Richard Riddle says IMPD investigators think the shooters missed their target when they fired into a home and shot a retired IMPD officer and his adult daughter in the early morning hours on Monday. Investigators say officers were called to the retiree’s home […]

Get In the Know With Kim’s Monday News & Sports Headlines Instead of  Colts’ “Blue Monday,” it’s more like a Boo-Hoo Monday after the Colts hosted their nemesis, the New England Patriots for Sunday Night Football and left fans with a head scratcher. More on that, in sports below, but first… In local news… Indianapolis […]

Political season is heating up. That means plenty of political fodder for NBC’s Saturday Night Live.  We don’t know what their take would be on our local mayor’s race here in Indianapolis (Election Day: Tuesday, November 3 with early voting open now.) However, the comedy sketch show took the time to put their spin on […]