A beloved racing pony has suffered an upset at a legendary track with a killer reputation. But, who upset him? I’m Kim Wells. Click the media player below to listen to the latest page out of Triple Crown Winner American Pharoah’s story: Watch the race for yourself:  ###( @PraiseIndy )### kimwellsmedia 083115 Follow me on Twitter @kwellscomm. […]

A new training center and office complex for the Indiana Pacers in downtown Indy??? Some of our listeners want to know why, when the team’s home, Bankers Life Fieldhouse, is a modern-era NBA arena. Bill Benner with Pacers Sports and Entertainment told media this week that the new facility would help the team stay competitive with […]

Kim’s Tuesday News & Sports Headlines One person has been found shot to death Tuesday morning shortly before 6:30 a.m. WTHR is reporting this happened in the 1300 block of North Ewing Street on the city’s east side. Metro Police believe the man to be in his 50’s, but haven’t released his identity. They’re investigating […]

It’s National Basketball Association Draft time–a night of high anxiety, big deals, hard work on the hard woods potentially paying off and colorful athletic caps paired with fancy men’s suits. The Indiana Pacers are getting geared up for Thursday’s league event. They’ll have the opportunity to pick fresh new players. Indiana will select 11th overall […]

Can you run a mile? Many Hoosiers can and will do it this evening, which is expected to cause some traffic delays and backups in the Circle City at the end of the workday. The Monumental Mile, a precursor race to November’s Indianapolis Monumental Marathon, gets underway this evening at 5 p.m. with a street closure […]

We’ve now learned that the Louisiana man who lost his life in a drowning accident Thursday on Morse Reservoir is a student athlete at the University of Indianapolis. Fox 59 is reporting that the drowning victim has been identified as UIndy basketball player, Dai-Jon Parker. Parker transferred to the university, located on Indy’s south side after […]

Just because the Indiana Pacers aren’t in this year’s NBA Playoffs doesn’t mean that one of the team’s star players can’t make an impact. Pacers star Paul George did just that–he made an angelic impact and headlines over the weekend off the court. On Sunday, George made a sizable donation to Daisy Esterline. Daisy is an eleven-year-old […]

The 2015 National Football League Draft is underway in Chicago–the first time the draft has been outside New York City since 1965 and while at this historic location for the event, the Indianapolis Colts have made their selection in the first round. To hear more about who the “Horseshoe” decided to pick and why, click […]

The final day of the NBA regular season is here and there’s still a lot to be decided. The eighth-seed in both the Western Conference and Eastern Conference is still up for grabs. New Orleans can clinch it in the West by beating the Spurs at home. If the Pelicans lose, they leave the door […]

It’s a pretty big sports day in Indy today!!! Over screams of “play ball,” the Indianapolis Indians take on the Mud Hens in a little baseball action at Victory Field this morning at 11:05 a.m. It’s the second of a two-game home stand for the Indians. In NBA action, the Indiana Pacers are still in […]

An injured Pacers player is thinking seriously about his role in the situation that has left him in a New York City hospital bed recuperating after being being stabbed. Yes, forward Chris Copeland was no doubt the victim of a violent crime, however, he’s apologizing for his “bad choice of being out” early Wednesday morning. The 31-year-old athlete also vowed to work […]

Reaction continues to pour in after Indiana’s Religious Freedom Restoration Act was modified and signed by Governor Mike Pence on Thursday. NCAA President Mark Emmert was among those to express pleasure with the changes made. Emmert said he was surprised how quickly the state legislature reacted to the local and national backlash saying, “this bill is […]