Kim’s Local and National News & Sports Headlines The man police arrested in connection to the death of an Indiana toddler heads to court today; memorial services get underway today to pay respect to an Indiana sheriff’s deputy that lost his life in the line-of-duty; Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders got some wins under his belt over the […]

Women have expectations and various needs in the workplace where they are trying to make inroads and leave a lasting impression. Women’s History Month 2016 is here and survey company took a look at the states where women are making strides and the ones where they are falling woefully behind. Click the media player […]

‘Super Tuesday’ is underway today heating up the presidential race around the country, while back here in Indy, Metro Police are searching for gas station robbery suspects and a killer of a man on the northeast side. I have local and national news and sports headlines for you including the feds essentially slapping Indiana’s governor on the back of […]

Ahead of Valentine’s Day, doctors confirm a broken heart is real.  Some people do suffer from what the professionals call Broken Heart Syndrome. Learn about it in today’s edition of “To Your Health.” Click the media player below to hear an expert break down what happens: (@praiseindy) Send your press releases, news tips and show requests […]

The Department of Justice has investigated the city of Ferguson, Missouri and their findings lead them to file suit seeking justice and a change from systemic ingrained behaviors against its own citizens. Click the link below to get caught up on the latest moves from U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch and the department she helms: […]

Indy is getting a new weapon in the war against mental illness. A local school corp cancels classes heading into the holiday break as a precaution. A good samaritan gets injured while stopping a crime. A hung jury in the first trial of a Baltimore police officer has a city on edge. And…the deadline […]

Protests will continue in Chicago in the wake of the police murder of a teenager, vows the Reverend Jesse Jackson. Click the media player to listen to the latest: ### (@PraiseIndy) ### kimwellsmedia 113015 Send your press releases, news tips and show requests to me at the station at; call 317-923-9696 x 509 and leave a message; […]

The Indianapolis community gathered on Saturday with family, friends, and colleagues to celebrate the life of community leader and broadcaster–our own–Amos Brown. Funerals often are sad occasions, particularly when a person is beloved or a person is ripped away suddenly without warning, as was the case on both fronts with the late-host of the popular […]

Get in the know with the local stories, national headlines, sports and more on what you need for your water cooler conversations on this Thursday, including the latest on the fight for body cams for Indianapolis Metro Police, what a review board in Chicago now says about the officer who killed Rekia Boyd, and the zingers from […]

It’s been a busy news Monday for our neighbor to the south, Kentucky. A county clerk there, returns to work on this Monday still defiant on the issue of doing her job, which includes issuing marriage licences to gay couples–this despite spending five days in jail for contempt of court for disobeying a judge and […]

As Hoosiers join with the nation to stop and remember the 9-11 terrorist attacks on the U.S. 14 years ago, we now know many survivors, first responders, other workers and volunteers are in a ripple effect of the tragedy. Many of them are continuing to become sick and are in some cases, losing their lives. Click […]

The death of Freddie Gray happened on the streets of Baltimore and now we know that the police officers who are charged in his death will be tried in the courtrooms of that city as well. Click the media player below to hear the latest development in the Gray case and hear one law professor weigh-in […]