In a final effort to get you prepared to vote on this Tuesday, November 4th, we gathered together in one location, all our 2014 Afternoons with Amos Interviews with Candidates for County, State, Federal, Legislative, Township and School Board Offices. Plus the interview that rocked the IPS School Board Race, the Refusal of a Major […]
A Democrat has not served two terms as Marion County Prosecutor in nearly four decades. Could incumbent Prosecutor Terry Curry break that cycle? He could if he’s re-elected on November 4th. Curry appeared on Afternoons with Amos to talk about why he is running for a second term. Curry pointed out his accomplishments during his […]
Thursday’s Headlines with Kim Wells Click the audio player below to listen to some of the latest national, local and sports-related headlines of the day, including local reaction to the beheading of a journalist by terrorist group ISIS and that journo’s connection to Indiana, as well as an update on the Little League World Series. […]
Marion County Prosecutor Terry Curry is angry. But this time it’s not just at those who break the law. Prosecutor Curry’s angry over Mayor Greg Ballard and City Controller Jason Dudich arbitrarily cutting the Prosecutor’s 2015 proposed budget to less than the Prosecutor spent in 2013 and this year. Appearing on Afternoons with Amos, the […]
Marion County Prosecutor Terry Curry stopped by Afternoons with Amos to talk with Amos and listeners about a variety of subjects. Curry talked about the new revision of Indiana’s Criminal Code which takes effect July 1st. Categories of felonies and misdemeanors have been changed; with provisions that provide for more community corrections options, instead of […]
In a strongly worded letter, Marion County Prosecutor Terry Curry says that public safety in Indianapolis has reached a crisis point and called for Mayor Greg Ballard to come to the table with other key city/county public safety officials to start and find short term and long term solutions. Appearing on Afternoons with Amos, Curry […]
Marion County Prosecutor Terry Curry came to Afternoons with Amos and talked with Amos and listeners about a range of subjects. Curry explained his role, as County Prosecutor, in dealing with citizens filing petitions to have their criminal records expunged and sealed. Under the new law, called the Second Chance Law, County Prosecutors have the […]
Audio Included in Post. Runs 53 Minutes ©2011 WTLC/Radio One. Marion County prosecutor Terry Curry made his first in studio visit to Afternoons with Amos since become Prosecutor in January. Curry, looking great after triple bypass surgery a couple of months ago, talked about the initiatives of his office and answered listeners questions and concerns. […]
Audio Included in Post. Runs 28 Minutes. Audio ©2010 WTLC/Radio One. Marion County Prosecutor-elect Terry Curry made his first post-election appearance on Afternoons with Amos. Curry talked with Amos and listeners about the campaign, his priorities once he takes office January 1st, the transition and other issues. Hear the interview above.
Audio Included in Post. Runs 29 Minutes. Audio ©2010 WTLC/Radio One. Democratic candidate for Marion County Prosecutor Terry Curry made his final visit of the campaign to Afternoons with Amos. Curry discussed a wide range of topics with Amos, listeners and reporters and editors of the Indianapolis Recorder. Here the interview above.
Audio Included in Post. Runs 21 Minutes. ©2010 WTLC/Radio One. Democratic candidate for Marion County Prosecutor Terry Curry promises to take action to refile alcohol charges against IMPD Officer David Bisard, if he’s elected November 2nd. Hear Curry’s interview on Afternoons with Amos.
Audio Included in Post. Audio©2010 WTLC/Radio One. David Orentlicher has withdrawn as a candidate for Marion County Prosecutor. Just three days after Helen Marschal withdrew as the Republican candidate, Orentlicher, the former State Representative and candidate for Congress has withdrawn and thrown his support behind attorney Terry Curry. Greg Bowes is the other Democratic prosecutor […]