Here are some of Kim’s top #PraiseIndyNews stories for Friday… The disappearance case of Indiana University student Lauren Spierer is heating up again with a new search in the investigation. On Thursday, the FBI raided a home and other property in Morgan County and performed extensive searches. Bloomington police confirm the effort was connected to […]

A community gathers today to start the formal farewell for a grade school principal, who was struck and killed by a school bus on Tuesday.  Visitation for Susan Jordan will be held today beginning at 2 p.m. on the north side at St. Luke’s United Methodist Church. The church is located on West 86th Street, just […]

Get In the Know With Kim’s Thursday News & Sports Headlines Local: In a three-hour stretch between Wednesday night and early Thursday morning two people were killed leaving Indy Metro Police investigating what happened. The first shooting happened around 10:30 p.m. in the 3100 block of North Eastern Avenue. That’s where a resident discovered a man […]

Journalists and others are keeping a close eye on lawmakers at the Indiana statehouse. There’s a new plan, House Bill 1019, that’s been introduced in this short session that would impact news gathering and the public’s right to know in the case of recordings from police body cameras here in Indiana. This bill would require newsrooms to get a […]

Get In the Know With Kim’s Wednesday News & Sports Headlines Local: Indy Snow Force is out in full force, keeping a close eye on the roads.  The Department of Public Works activated 96 drivers Tuesday night ahead of Wednesday’s projected snowfall. They’ll stay active all day on Wednesday because the drive to work and school […]

Actor Jamie Foxx is being praised for helping to rescue a man who was trapped inside a burning truck. Foxx who plays heroic characters on screen all the time leaped into action in real life. Foxx says he rushed to the scene after hearing the crash Monday night in Ventura County. California Highway Patrol says […]

The drive to work on this ‘Hump Day’ is going to be slick and the drive to meetings or lunch might not be that much better. The National Weather Service is including Indianapolis in a Winter Weather Advisory that stretches until at least 10 a.m.  Forecasters say snow, cold and icy roads will be a […]

The MLK Day holiday weekend is over and Indy is heading back to work and class in some brisk temps. I have local and national news and sports headlines for you including schools still handling threats and inviting the community in to discuss; punishment handed down swiftly to players of the girls varsity basketball teams […]

PraiseIndy’s Indianapolis & National Sports Headlines with Kim Wells It was a huge weekend in the NFL heading into this Dr. Martin Luther King Junior Day holiday. Before we get to the details…the Pacers were also in action. The Denver Nuggets used a 45-point fourth quarter to their advantage to take down the Indiana Pacers, […]

It’s still really cold here in Central Indiana–bitterly cold temps, in fact, around four degrees at some points–on this Wednesday morning. The cold is causing some area school officials to provide extra time for buses and parents to deliver students to school safely with several delays and a few closures in the outlying areas. Click HERE to […]

The bitter cold continues here in Central Indiana on Tuesday with fresh snow falling on top of the ice that was already present on city streets. These weather conditions combine for a messy, slick and potentially dangerous morning commute. Schools are making adjustments this morning to provide extra time for buses and parents to deliver […]

The Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department issued a firearms reminder to residents to put safety first as they celebrate the New Year.  IMPD says don’t shoot guns into the air during New Year’s celebrations across the city. It’s a dangerous practice that the department is trying to end because it can cause serious or fatal injuries. It’s also an illegal activity […]