Get In the Know With Kim’s Monday News & Headlines Good morning on this World AIDS Day and Cyber Monday. A former Ferguson police officer won’t be getting any severance pay. That’s Darren Wilson. Wilson has decided to resign from his position as an officer with the department. Mayor James Knowles says the suburb of […]

Get In the Know With Kim’s Monday News & Headlines Good morning to you and everyone on this frosty Monday in Indianapolis. The Department of Public Works says crews have been out since yesterday treating and plowing the roads. Up to four inches was expected through Monday morning. A real-time map of what streets are being cleared and […]

The Obama Administration’s top civil rights enforcement officer visited Indianapolis, along with a top official of the Department of Housing and Urban Development to talk with Hoosier leaders about better enforcement of civil rights issues.  During a Special Edition of Afternoons with Amos, Jocelyn Samuels, Acting Assistant Attorney General for Civil Rights talked with Amos […]

Three people are dead in a shooting incident at a northern Indiana grocery store. State troopers say an employee, a customer, and a gunman were killed at Martin’s Supermarket in Elkhart Wednesday night. Indiana State troopers opened fire and killed the shooter who was pointing his gun at someone’s head at the time. No names […]

Three Schools On Two-Hour Delay Three schools are on a two-hour delay because of a paperwork mistake that has limited the number of buses on the roads Tuesday morning. The delay is only for students at Emma Donnan Middle School, Emmerich Manual High School and TC Howe High School. School officials say the bus company […]

>>>Second Police Shooting in Four Days IMPD officer Greg Stevens was shot early Tuesday morning answering a disturbance call at the Greenway Apartments on East 21st Street. The 4-year veteran was wounded in the leg but has been treated and released from Wishard Memorial Hospital. The suspect has been identified as 22-year-old Charles Williams from […]

Click Above to Hear Interview. Runs 44 Minutes ©2012 WTLC/Radio One. As anger among Indiana media, organized labor, legislators and ordinary Hoosiers grows over severe restrictions placed on public access to the Indiana State House, the officials who supposedly made the decision appeared live on Afternoons with Amos to address the many questions that’ve been […]

Audio Included in Post. Runs 55 Minutes. Audio ©2011 WTLC/Radio One. The increasing use by employers of background checks have many concerned about getting a job if they have had arrests or convictions in their past. To help educate the community, the Indiana State Police (ISP) appeared on Afternoons with Amos to explain their role […]