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Investigators are coming forward with some new details in the double-murder case of two Delphi teenagers.  A picture of the suspect and an audio recording were found on one of the girls’ phones. A man could be heard saying “Down the hill” in a clip. Fourteen-year-old Libby German and her 13-year-old friend, Abigail Williams, were […]

Scammers strike and another company falls for it again. Nursing home chain American Senior Communities is the latest Indiana employer to be victimized by scammers this tax season. Sign Up For Our Newsletter! A company spokesman says a payroll processor sent employee W-2 tax information, including names, addresses and Social Security numbers, to an unknown […]

Police in Brownsburg say one man is in the hospital after being shot by an officer. It happened Monday night in the Ash Wood subdivision near Odell and Main Streets around 9:30 p.m. Police say a robbery suspect in an SUV pointed a gun at an officer then that officer shot and wounded the suspect. […]

Indiana State Police say they now have a “main suspect” in the murders of two teens from Delphi. Sergeant Kim Riley says evidence leads investigators to believe that the man in a photo released last week, seen on the Monon trail in Delphi, at the very least, participated in the deaths of Liberty German, 14, and […]

Authorities in Bloomington say an Indiana University student is facing felony charges after allegedly attacking a young woman in his off campus apartment. Prosecutors have filed charges against James McGovern and are moving forward with the case against him. Police say he raped a woman in his apartment last week, then threw her out into the […]

If you’re looking for something else to do on this President’s Day, we’ve got you. First for the kids…The Indianapolis Children’s Museum is open today from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at no charge. Yes it’s a free day. The “Circus Starring You” exhibit is now open there, a new one for families to enjoy. Also […]

@kwellscomm “Access Indy” Political Headlines  —   The outgoing governor of North Carolina is leaving his Democratic successor with less power. In what seems like a ‘parting shot’ from a sore loser who needs to ‘show you better than he can tell you,’ Republican Pat McCrory signed legislation Friday that will limit Governor-elect Roy Cooper’s […]

@kwellscomm News & Talk — A multiple award-winning poet and educator is visiting Indianapolis to share his gift of children’s literature and encouragement on Saturday, November 12. The Central Library location of the Indianapolis Public Library will be a feast of rhyme and verse at 12 Noon with Kwame Alexander and you’re invited. Alexander, […]

@kwellscomm News & Talk — Happy Veterans Day to you–parade details are below. A retired Army Colonel who heads a project that allows you to learn from the experience and wisdom of the nation’s veterans wants you to get involved by talking to your family members who served, preserving their stories for your family […]

@kwellscomm  “Access Indy with Kim Wells” As voters head to the early voting poll on this last day of early voting Monday or when the polls open Tuesday on Election Day, one of the issues that they’ll have to address on their ballot is the Marion County Transit Plan Referendum. One organization is in full support of […]

@kwellscomm  Access Indy Interview An annual event gets underway on Saturday working to uplift the girls and teens of this community. The Second Annual S.W.A.G. Conference –Students With A Goal—is designed to not only uplift girls ages 11 to 18, but to also motivate and encourage them in their life’s pursuits. It’s a program of […]

Source: Dr. Karlos K. Hill /speaker’s web @kwellscomm  “Access Indy with Kim Wells”  – When a curious and socially conscious academic delves into the history and impact of lynching on African Americans, he takes us to and most importantly, Beyond the Rope. Professor and Author, Dr. Karlos K. Hill draws on narrative theory and cultural studies […]