Fact. Horrific crime in Indianapolis is not a new phenomenon–shootings, burning bodies and dumping victims. Nor can it be tied to inherent behavior of a particular race. This is evidenced by the subject of a new interactive play opening in downtown Indy Friday evening where the members of the audience determine the fate of the […]

WXIN-TV Fox 59 is reporting that President Barack Obama is scheduled to visit Indiana on Friday, Oct. 3rd. No, he’s not coming to bust a move (as he is sometimes known to do to an Al Green tune) at Friday’s pep rally of the ‘Classic’ events.  Instead, the Commander In Chief will visit the southern portion […]

Thousands of mourners are expected to pay their final respects to active-duty Indianapolis Metro Police Department Officer Hascall Shaffer today beginning at 10 a.m. Officer Shaffer served the community here in Indianapolis for 18 years as a member of the force and died on September 22nd from an undisclosed illness. Shaffer’s funeral begins at 11 a.m. at […]

Today we celebrate the liquid fuel that powers the workforce. It’s National Coffee Day and there are a few companies here in Indy and across the nation who are giving the ‘elixir of the gods’ out for free. Some of them include Dunkin Donuts and Krispy Kreme. Dunkin is offering free cups of its new dark blend.  […]

The Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department begins a celebration of the life of one of their own. The public visitation of active IMPD Officer Hascall Shaffer gets underway at 2 p.m. Monday afternoon at Crown Hill Funeral Home at 700 West 38th Street. Officer Shaffer served the Indianapolis community for 18 years as a member of the […]

If you’ve eaten at Jimmy John’s sandwich shop recently, your credit card information could be at risk.  The sandwich chain says stores in 37 states, including right here in Indiana, have been affected when someone stole log-in credentials and remotely installed malware on machines used to swipe credit cards. Stores in Bloomington, Carmel, Columbus, Indianapolis […]

Hundreds of students showing up to school without up-to-date vaccination records could soon be sent home. IPS officials say close to 3,000 students were informed they needed the vaccinations last week. IPS says two new required immunizations are contributing to these high numbers. ### kimwellsmedia 091814

  Power outages, curfew sweeps, more details on the Lafayette couple that went on a shooting rampage in Las Vegas, the 50th anniversary of the landmark Civil Rights Act and more are today’s headlines. Listen:

Like life a little cheesy? Well, Kraft may put the brakes on your next pan of mac n’ cheese because it is recalling some of its Velveeta cheese.  The mega-conglomerate food manufacturer is targeting Velveeta shipped to Walmart stores here in Indiana because it could spoil too fast. According to the “Chicago Tribune,” the product doesn’t contain enough […]

  Indiana Governor Mike Pence kicks off Tuesday’s Summit on the Family and the Economy. This event focuses on family formation and its effect on the Hoosier economy and will gather national scholars and experts on the topics.  Some of the featured speakers include: Ryan Streeter, Senior Policy Director for Governor Pence W. Bradford Wilcox, Director of […]