13 Investigates

Maker of defective turf may have known the problem when selling it

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The company that sold football field turf that fell apart faster than expected may be in trouble.Read more

Lawsuit filed against school district after playground fight caught on camera

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A Connersville boy and his mother are suing the Fayette County School Corporation and its contractor after the boy was beaten up on the school playground.Read more


Grant County Rescue Mission issues urgent plea

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Earlier this year, 13 Investigates found scary conditions inside Grant County's largest homeless shelter. Now the Grant County Rescue Mission has a new scare: it is running out of money, prompting the charity to issue an urgent call for help.Read more

Should school buses be required to have seat belts?

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A school bus crash in Chattanooga, Tenn. that killed at least six Monday afternoon quickly re-ignited the longstanding debate about whether school buses should be required to have seat belts.Read more

State agency taken to court over emails about asbestos exposure

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13 Investigates reveals why some say this is the latest in a disturbing trend toward government secrecy in Indiana.Read more

13 Investigates cellphones and cancer: Is the risk real?

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13 Investigates explains what you need to know about the science of radiation and cellphones -- and the easy steps you can take right now to help reduce possible risk.Read more

Thousands of attack ads: Candidates keep slinging mud til the very end

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In the three most high-profile races in Indiana, candidates and the political action committees (PACs) that support them have been busy slinging a dizzying amount of mud at one another. An in-depth analysis by 13 Investigates shows just how negative this election cycle has been.Read more

13 Investigates: Zika testing, the delays and denials

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In the wake of Hurricane Matthew, some of your popular warm weather get-away spots in the Caribbean and Latin America might increase your risk of infection.Read more


Fishers Police investigate two burglaries

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Fishers Police are investigating two weekend home burglaries.Read more

Believe It Or Not? Bayh attacks Young on fundraising violations, travel expenses

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In one of the latest attack ads in the U.S. Senate race between Evan Bayh and Todd Young, Bayh claims Young accepted illegal campaign contributions and used his government credit card to hide $150,000 in lump sum travel payments. Should you believe it or not? 13 Investigates takes a closer look at the claims.Read more