@KwellsComm TLCNaptown.com News & Sports Headlines The Cleveland Cavaliers are the 2016 NBA champions. The Cavs beat the Golden State Warriors Sunday night on the road, 93-to-89, to win Game Seven and claiming the team’s first-ever NBA title—also the first team ever to win a  series coming from behind with a three-game deficit. The city […]

After weeks of speculation, rumors and just plain wishing and hoping by Indiana Democrats that he would, Evan Bayh, former Senator and Governor said he won’t run for Governor in 2016.  In a statement Bayh said, “Serving as Governor of Indiana has been the greatest honor of my life. Working with many wonderful people from […]

In an in-depth Afternoons with Amos interview, Indiana Democratic Party Chairman John Zody talks about Democrats chances in Indiana’s legislative and statewide elections this November.  Zody talked about the ethics problems Republicans have been confronted with, including a top GOP legislative leader, State Representative Eric Turner being stripped of his leadership post by Republican House […]

Eleven years ago, in February 2004, AM1310 The Light’s Afternoons with Amos did something no Indiana radio station or program had ever done.  Originate live broadcasts from outside the Indiana Legislature Chambers in the Indiana State House.  The goal of the broadcast was to use modern radio technology to bring the sounds, issues and people […]

The Indiana Legislature’s in its final week with several key issues yet to resolved. Indiana House Minority Leader Rep. Scott Pelath appeared on Afternoons with Amos to give a sober assessment of what Hoosiers face from the Republican supermajority.  Pelath blasted Republicans and Gov. Mike Pence for their failure to deal with Medicare expansion under […]

Democratic candidate for Governor John Gregg chose longtime State Senator Vi Simpson as his running mate and choice for Lt. Governor.  The two veteran Hoosier Democrats talked to Afternoons with Amos in an exclusive extended interview.  Gregg talked about why he picked Simpson and what she brings to the ticket and to a Gregg/Simpson Administration.  […]

Man jailed after baby abduction (Indianapolis)  —  IMPD have arrested the father of a baby after he kidnapped the infant from her home. The 1-year-old girl is safe this morning after the man, who does not have legal custody of the infant, took her from the  residence in the 1300 block of Pershing Avenue around  2 a.m. […]

Audio Included in Post. Runs 9 Minutes. ©2011 WTLC/Radio One. Democrats in the Indiana State Senate unveiled plans for redistricting Indiana’s nine Congressional Districts and fifty State Senate Districts Wednesday.  Amos talked with St. Sen. Tim Lanane about the plan, called the “Good Government Plan” that creates districts that respect county and townships boundaries, reduces […]

Audio Included in Post. Runs 39 Minutes. Audio ©2011 WTLC/Radio One. In another broadcasting first, Afternoons with Amos became the first Indiana radio broadcast to originate from Urbana/Champaign Illinois to talk with Democratic legislators who’ve been there over four weeks protesting legislation harmful to working Hoosiers. In Part 2, Amos talked live with State Representatives […]

Audio Included in Post. Runs 3 Minutes. The Democrats in the Indiana House of Representatives refused to attend Tuesday’s legislative session protesting the inclusion of a bill that would eliminate labor unions in Indiana.  The dispute over the Right to Work bill has brought thousands of peaceful protesters to the State House and tied up […]

Audio Included in Post. Audio©2010 WTLC/Radio One. Robin Winston, political consultant and former Indiana Democratic Party Chair talked to Afternoons with Amos about how Indiana Democrats regroup after Sen. Evan Bayh’s retirement announcement. Winston speaks out strongly on Democrats reaching into the community and engaging Hoosiers on the issues they care about.