AFTERNOONS WITH AMOS ANALYSIS Despite having stronger population growth this decade compared to last, Indianapolis faces being outranked as a top American city by faster growing big cities in the south and west. That’s one of the results of the release Thursday (May 21st) of 2014 population estimates for American cities by the Census Bureau. The 2014 […]

Get in the Know with Kim’s Friday News & Headlines Help is on the way to spare your car’s tires… Happy Friday to You on this Employee Appreciation Day!!! Pothole repair is kicking into high gear in Indy. The Department of Public Works says crews will switch to a hot mix asphalt today. More than 3,400 pothole […]

For the past few decades, there’ve been just two Democratic State Senators representing Marion County. And none representing suburban counties.  Could that change in the 2014 election?  J.D. Ford hopes so.  He’s the Democratic candidate in State Senate District 29 and he hopes voters’ concern and anger towards the Republican incumbent Mike Sen. Mike Delph […]

This country is full of so many great places to live, but there are a few places that are considered the best places to live and MONEY has the data to prove it. After starting with a pool of 781 cities, and comparing 50 different factors, the top scoring places were narrowed down to just […]

  Don’t forget to nominate your Unsung Hero. TODAY is the Deadline.  Look for the ‘Unsung’ link here on!!! Storm Deaths Suffered By Our Neighbor The Weather Channel says storms swept through eight states Sunday including here, in Indiana. The death toll in our neighboring state Illinois has now reached six. Disruption there also […]

POLICE STILL LOOKING FOR KILLER OF INDIANAPOLIS MAN The family of 67-year-old Thomas Tefft is pleading for answers this morning, after he was shot and killed in a Home Invasion. The Teffts moved here a few years ago, after reading that Indianapolis was one of the best places to live. Thomas’s wife who was in […]