Though the snow totals did not reach the levels predicted for this latest winter weather blast in Indianapolis, the sleet and snow is still having an impact. Roads will be slick and icy for commuters early Monday morning.  Roadways are also dangerous in Hancock, Hendricks, Henry, Parke, Putnam, and Vermillion counties.  So plan ahead for your commute.  […]

A fund to cover funeral expenses for the family of six killed in a fire is being set up. If you’d like to help, donations to the “Guerra Charitable Final Arrangement Trust” can be made at any Chase Bank location. Leo and Brandy Guerra and two of their children died Saturday. The Guerra’s two other children were taken […]

As word spreads that a family of six was killed this weekend in a deadly blaze in Indianapolis, the sad reality of death hits the children’s school. All four children in the Guerra family ranging in ages from six to 14 attended Lighthouse Charter School on Indy’s east side.  Esteban Guerra,11, and Blanquita Guerra, 8, were killed […]

Another Central Indiana School District Announces Plans to Make Up School Days Students at Carmel Clay Schools will spend extra time in the classroom to make up for their snow days.  School officials announced Wednesday, beginning March 6th, every school day will be extended through May 29th.  Students at Carmel High School will have class […]

The NFL Combine gets underway Wednesday downtown from Lucas Oil Stadium. Indianapolis Colts officials are on hand to observe players, conduct interviews and make evaluations as they prepare for the NFL Draft.  The Colts don’t own a pick in the first round of the draft. Mizzou player Michael Sam who recently divulged ahead of the NFL Draft that he […]

NAACP officials are focusing on the future here in the Circle City. Chrystal Ratcliffe, president of the Greater Indianapolis Chapter of the NAACP said many African-Americans are fighting the same injustices they fought in the past. Ratcliffe said, quote, “We’re looking at voter registration laws changing and a lot of criminal justice issues.” As part of Black History Month, the organization […]

IMPD is investigating a shooting in the parking lot of a far-west side daycare on Tuesday morning.  One woman was shot in the lot of KinderCare near West 38th Street and Shore Drive in the mid-7 a.m. hour.  The victim has been transported to I-U Methodist Hospital in unknown condition. The shooter has alluded police at […]

A Florida jury will begin a third day of deliberations Friday morning in the so-called “Loud Music Trial.” Michael Dunn is charged with murdering 17-year-old Jordan Davis outside a Jacksonville gas station in November of 2012. Dunn claims he fired into an SUV carrying Davis and his friends in self defense, though investigators found the young people […]

MORNING NEWS with KIM WELLS Testimony On HJR-3 Begins In Senate The fight over a constitutional amendment banning same-sex marriage continues at the Indiana Statehouse. The Senate Rules Committee is scheduled to hear testimony from people on both side of the issue today. If it’s passed, the proposal heads to the full Senate for consideration. The House passed […]

Indianapolis Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Lewis Ferebee wants to meet parents and students at a town-hall meeting Tuesday evening. He wants to know what your concerns are in-detail about the school system, including what you like in order to address issues. The IPS meeting starts at 6 p.m. at the Southeast Community Service Center, Senior Citizen Center located […]

Some people watch the Super Bowl for the entertainment of the ads as much as the drama on-field of the game. Apparently the softer side of America had its heartstrings pulled during the big game because Budweiser’s commercial featuring an adorable puppy who buddies up with a neighboring Clydesdale horse, is this year’s “USA Today” Super Bowl Ad […]

Luck Heads to the Pro Bowl  For the second consecutive year, Andrew Luck is going to the Pro Bowl.  The Indianapolis Colts quarterback was chosen as an alternate and moved up Sunday. Luck’s Pro Bowl appearance is tied not only to his skillset, but to the advancement of his former Colts “QB” predecessor, Peyton Manning. Manning led the Denver Broncos past New […]