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@kwellscomm News & Sports Political Updates, The Death of Pastor Mike Jones, Back-to-School and the Dropping of Charges Against Officers in the Death of Freddie Gray Capture Our Attention on this ‘Hump Day.’ Today is “Day Three” of the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia. President Barack Obama is on-tap to headline tonight’s speakers. At “Day […]

@kwellscomm Indy & National Newscasts A county prosecutor says prosecuting an Indy mom whose child shot and killed himself will be tough; an IMPD officer is being reprimanded over his ethics, but boss wants to take it further; sexual assault reports are up at Indiana University; an Indiana man is in hot water over […]

@kwellscomm Wednesday News The trial for a former IPS counselor accused of having sex with students is being delayed. Shana Taylor was charged in February with child seduction. Taylor’s trial was supposed to start today, but it was moved to July 5 after her attorney asked for a new date, citing outstanding evidence. Former Park Tudor […]

@kwellscomm Tuesday News & Sports Headlines An IndyGo bus crashed on the southwest side this early this morning seriously injuring the drivers of both of the vehicles. The IndyChannel is reporting that the bus collided with a pickup truck. Other reports indicate that it was head-on. This crash happened a bit after 5:15 at […]

Get In the Know With Kim’s Wednesday Praise Indy News & Sports Headlines A family wants to know what happened to their teenaged daughter and as Indianapolis Metro Police continue their investigation, they are remaining tight-lipped regarding the details of her death. The body of Ben Davis High School senior, Renia Woods, was found behind a […]

The remaining republican presidential candidates prepare to go to battle tonight in Detroit minus one non-politician on the debate stage who reportedly ‘sees no path forward’ and preps to end his campaign, while back here in Indy, metro police investigate a rush hour crash involving an IndyGo bus, and one family’s cat saves their lives. I have […]

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 […]

Kim’s Wednesday News & Sports Headlines It’s a busy Hump Day. The death toll from the North Philadelphia Amtrak train derailment is now up to six. Crews are searching still this morning for survivors who may be in or under the wreckage.  As of now, at least 140 passengers are injured, some critically, and the […]

Many school districts across our listening area including Indianapolis Public Schools are on a two-hour delay due to frigid sub-zero windchills on this frosty Monday in Indy.  A wind chill advisory is in effect. Wind chill temps are dropping as low as 20 below zero today.  The high today will struggle to hit double digits […]

Delays and closures are in effect on this “frigidly cold Friday,” impacting students who attend Indianapolis Public Schools. IPS is on a two-hour delay as are several of the township schools. Also take note that a Winter Storm Warning is coming in tonight to close out this blustery cold week. Check the closure and delay list […]

Not much more snow is expected around Indy’s metro area today.  Nor is much more expected in the counties to the immediate South after the fresh powder that fell on the area Tuesday night. However that new snowfall on top of what was already on the ground, coupled with Wednesday’s blistery cold temps, is enough […]

It’s Groundhog Day and Punxsutawney Phil, the nation’s most well-known groundhog, has seen his shadow this morning, meaning there will be six more weeks of winter.  Across Indy–700 crashes and slide-offs, that’s what emergency personnel have been dealing with as this icy slushy snow storm has hit the metro area. The number of traffic incidents on […]