The Afternoons with Amos PODCAST for Thursday, June 4, 2015.  (This Story Starts At 25:33 On The PODCAST Media Player) It’s been discussed now for almost two years. From discussions and arguments over location; then the process for building it; then secrecy of the bid specifications and final bids and a huge public discussion, charged […]

A commitment to a “coordinated, comprehensive summers jobs program” for Indianapolis was made Wednesday by Indianapolis Mayoral candidate Joe Hogsett. At a press conference at King Park, Hogsett, who’s running for the Democratic nomination for mayor in the May 5th primary, made, as his first policy announcement of the campaign, that if elected he would […]

Afternoons with Amos’ weeklong series of live in-depth interviews with the candidates for Mayor of Indianapolis continued with Republican candidate Jocelyn Tandy-Adande.  Adande was the first candidate to file for Mayor when  filing began in early January.  The only woman in the race, Adande is an Indianapolis native and Indiana University graduate who has been […]

The controversial plan to build a Marion County Justice Center that would include a new Marion County Jail and new building to house the county’s Criminal Superior Courts is heating up. Council Democrats, stung by the problems surround a lack of honesty over the arrangements to create the county’s Regional Operations Center (ROC) are slowing […]

A week into the New Year 2014, President Maggie Lewis, Vice-President John Barth and Majority Leader Monroe Gray, the leaders of the Indianapolis City-County Council majority appeared on Afternoons with Amos to talk frankly about several major issues. First off they addressed residents concerns about problems with snow removal. While saluting the long hours and […]