A “lost and found” auction gets underway today at the Indianapolis International Airport. If you’re a bargain shopper seeking a new laptop, designer bags or maybe something bigger that you can drive away, then the airport may have what you need. The airport gave a preview of items on Wednesday and are ready to begin […]

For those who say they have little motivation to vote in the mid-term election on Tuesday, CNN has obtained an audio recording that may drive voters to the polls. An audio recording of South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham may not help his potential presidential aspirations, depending on the desires of the voter.  The Republican senator can […]

High school students across Indiana are participating in “College Application Day” Tuesday.  This is an event designed to increase the number of first-generation and low-income students pursuing a college degree or other post-secondary credential. Indiana’s Commissioner for Higher Education, Teresa Lubbers, said the day highlights to students the importance of taking that first step of applying to college–a necessary […]

The Indianapolis International Airport is preparing to auction its lost and found items. If you’re a bargain shopper seeking a new laptop or you simply like the thrill of putting in your bid and smashing the competition, then the airport wants you to know that they have an event that will catch your eye. A […]

The Indianapolis Housing Agency is opening its Section-8 waiting list. The application period begins at noon on Monday and will close on Thursday at 12:59 p.m. Space on the current waiting list is limited to six-thousand new applicants and spots will be determined by a random lottery.  This is the first time that the waiting list […]

Get In the Know With Kim’s Monday News & Headlines It’s Columbus Day. All federal offices and most banks and credit unions are closed today because of the holiday. City, county and state offices are open. Schools and public transit are on a normal schedule. Some people hold this particular holiday in a critical historical light.  Others have […]

Two Hammond, Indiana police officers are in the national spotlight due to an excessive force complaint. A YouTube video has gone viral after being posted online showing the officer’s behavior at this Northern Indiana traffic stop where two small children were in the car. This incident started as a traffic stop in which the driver was accused […]

There’s word the grand jury considering the police shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri is now being investigated for misconduct.  The “Washington Post” has reported the St. Louis County prosecutor’s office first heard of the allegation from a Twitter user. Several tweets appeared on Wednesday about a juror who may have discussed the case with […]

Outgoing Attorney General Eric Holder commenting on efforts to stop citizens from voting, says the U. S. Department of Justice will continue fighting efforts to restrict your voting rights.  Many Republican-led states have passed strict voter ID laws to combat voter fraud.  In a forum in Washington D.C., Holder insisted that widespread voter fraud simply does […]

To what lengths will a business owner go to grow their business’ bottom line? Apparently dastardly distances for one restaurant owner who, according to the BBC News, laced their noodles with opium poppy seeds to hook customers on their Chinese food. One unwitting customer “caught a case” because he tested positive for drugs at a […]

Remembering fallen officers in the Indianapolis area on this Wednesday…Here are some of the latest headlines from the AM-1310 “The Light” News with Kim Wells. Butler University is marking the 10th anniversary of the shooting death of Butler University Police Officer James Davis (seen in the photo on the left). The university community is paying tribute to the […]

Two vigils will be held for murdered Ben Davis student Dominique Allen today. The 15-year-old was strangled to death and her body set on fire last month. A Prayer vigil will be held on the south side of the City-County building in downtown Indianapolis Friday evening at 5 p.m. and a candle light vigil will follow […]