AM-1310 The Light Political News with Kim Wells

Will she or won’t she? That’s the presidential question that many are still asking regarding whether former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will seek the Democratic nomination to run for president in 2016. Despite being under the microscope for how she used her personal emails while serving in her last post, the seasoned politician continues […]

Hillary Clinton will launch her presidential campaign sooner than expected. According to a report in the “Wall Street Journal,” the former Secretary of State will likely announce her candidacy next month. The report says Clinton’s announcement would reduce uncertainty in the Democratic party and would also boost fundraising. There are opposing thoughts on when Clinton should make a […]

Indiana Superintendent of Public Instruction Glenda Ritz’s future may be decided by Indiana lawmakers as they return to work today after a busy weekend. Hoosiers are now using social media to voice their support for the embattled Ritz. A “Twitter storm” was unleashed on these state lawmakers Sunday, a day ahead of their expected decision today on a […]

President Obama is coming to Indianapolis today to promote his call for “middle class economics.”  The President will speak this afternoon at Ivy Tech Community College. Air Force One touches down at 1:30 p.m. at Indianapolis International Airport and he speaks at the junior college at 2:15 p.m. Obama has been pushing the Republican-led Congress to embrace policies […]

Deputy Mayor Olgen Williams is dropping out of the Indianapolis mayoral race. Williams announced Thursday that he’s been “humbled by the outpouring of support,” but has decided not run. While the long-time community leader and military veteran, who is serving as deputy under Mayor Greg Ballard is now OUT, another challenger is “officially” IN.  Downtown restaurateur, Chuck […]

As the critics continue to pipe up over First Lady Michelle Obama’s lack of head wear while visiting Saudi Arabia this week, the White House is responding by brushing off the controversy. The First Lady chose not to wear a head scarf which is a requirement for women in Saudi Arabia. White House spokesman Eric Schultz said Mrs. Obama’s […]

President Obama sat down recently to talk about a myriad of issues, including policing, with some of the most popular creators on video site YouTube. Click the media player to hear the latest story and his plans. ### ( @am1310thelight ) ### kimwellsmedia 012315 Follow me on Twitter @kwellscomm If you’d like to check out the […]

President Obama delivered a populist message during his 2015 State of the Union address on Tuesday night on Capitol Hill. Click the media player below to hear more about Obama’s speech and some of his highlights: In local response, two Indiana Republicans chastise President Obama’s speech. Senator Dan Coats said the election last November rejected the president’s […]