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@kwellscomm  PraiseIndy.com “Access Indy with Kim Wells” Special Programming  — Sister Marches to the Women’s March on Washington are being held to accompany the main march in Washington D.C. on Saturday, that’s one day after the Trump/Pence Inauguration, including right here in Indy. Demonstrators will bring their concerns to the nation’s capital as well as around […]

@kwellscomm  PraiseIndy.com News & Sports  —  Good day to you on this first day back to work and school for most in this new year after a busy holiday season. Fog hovered over the area all morning making the morning commute difficult. A dense fog advisory has been effect all morning covering the majority of […]

@kwellscomm PraiseIndy.com News & Sports Locally… Happy Monday, on this day to be extra aware in both, the morning and afternoon drive-time rushes. More school buses will be out today because Indianapolis Public Schools and several other school districts like Warren Township and Noblesville head back to class. For IPS, alone, more than 30,000 students are starting […]

@kwellscomm PraiseIndy.com News & Sports “Day Four” of the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia is getting underway today with the delegates on a high from the previous night’s speakers. On Wednesday night, President Barack Obama spoke, raising the roof sending Hillary Clinton to the general election. He told the crowd, “There has never been a […]

@kwellscomm PraiseIndy.com 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 praiseindy.com 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 […]

Scholar, educator Aldon D. Morris is taking us on a historic journey as he helps to rewrite the history of sociology and acknowledges the groundbreaking work of W. E. B. Du Bois’ in the founding of the discipline. In Morris’ latest book, The Scholar Denied: W.E.B. Du Bois and the Birth of Modern Sociology, he calls […]

Funeral services will be held on Saturday, November 14 for legendary Indianapolis radio broadcaster, Amos Brown. Services will be held at Light of the World Christian Church at 11 a.m. with a calling set for Friday from 12 Noon to 6 p.m. at the church and immediately before Saturday’s service.  The Indiana Hall of Fame broadcaster […]

Naptown coffee lovers, this is the day for you. It’s National Coffee Day. That means plenty of stores are offering free or discounted coffee. This helps especially if you’re on a budget. Here in Indy as well as around the nation, Dunkin Donuts has you covered with a free medium cup of dark roast, hot […]

Pope Francis is back in Rome at the Vatican on this Monday after his history-making trip to the United States. Speaking to reporters on his flight back home, the Pope said government officials have a right to refuse to carry out job duties such as issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples if they believe it […]

News is breaking in Washington, DC on Capitol Hill that House Speaker John Boehner will resign at the end of October. The word comes from Representative John Mica of Florida, who says Boehner has given his notice to the Republican rank and file. One of Boehner’s aides says Boehner believes that a dispute over leadership would […]

Get In the Know With Kim’s Wednesday Tlcnaptown.com News & Sports Headlines  Good day to you on this first day of fall… Streets around the White House are lined with fans as Pope Francis heads to his next destination. People in Washington, DC, lined up early to see the Pope on his historic first visit to […]