Election Day is Tuesday, Nov. 4th. That’s one day away and you are encouraged to vote at the polls. But according to election officials in Marion County, early voting numbers are down 50 percent from the mid-term election in 2010. Mail-in ballot requests are also down 60 percent. So you may need a little incentive to show […]

High school students across Indiana are participating in “College Application Day” Tuesday.  This is an event designed to increase the number of first-generation and low-income students pursuing a college degree or other post-secondary credential. Indiana’s Commissioner for Higher Education, Teresa Lubbers, said the day highlights to students the importance of taking that first step of applying to college–a necessary […]

Get In the Know With Kim’s Local & National Monday News & Headlines An Indianapolis metro police officer on patrol Monday morning found the body of a young woman while driving through an apartment complex on the far-east side. The officer made the gruesome discovery by the side of the road at Tudor Park Condos near East […]

Get In the Know With Kim’s Thursday News & Headlines TODAY:  The midterm elections are fast approaching at the beginning of next month including the hotly contested Indianapolis Public Schools school board race. Ten candidates are running for three vacant seats. You can hear from all ten candidates on where they stand on key education issues […]