Afternoons with Amos

AM1310 The Light will celebrate the life of our beloved Amos Brown Monday, November 9, 2015 from 1pm – 6pm to allow listeners to express…

It is with sadness and grief that the family announces the passing of beloved Hoosier and Hall of Fame Broadcaster Amos C. Brown, III. Mr.…

A commitment to a “coordinated, comprehensive summers jobs program” for Indianapolis was made Wednesday by Indianapolis Mayoral candidate Joe Hogsett. At a press conference at…

  Bankers Life Fieldhouse is where young African-American men showcase their talents and expertise in basketball, professional and college, or entertain through music and musicianship. …

After criticism for not getting involved and engaged in the battle to reduce crime in Indianapolis, the business community has come to the table. Eli…

              In a week when America and the world was looking at one city’s police department that didn’t reach…

After a summer of increasing concern about Indianapolis violence, and after mixed messages on crime fighting were sent by the Ballard Administration, Mayor Greg Ballard…

A somber Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Chief Rick Hite appeared on Afternoons with Amos to directly appeal to the community for information about the shooting of…

It’s been an emotional, trying week for police in Indianapolis. Not only did they lose one of their own – Officer Perry Renn – but…

In the aftermath of the murder of IMPD Officer Perry Renn and the violence in Broad Ripple, tensions may be rising in the community. During…

In an expansive Afternoons with Amos interview, Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Chief Rick Hite explained his department’s summer crime fighting and crime prevention program and strategies. …