13 Investigates

13 Investigates

Eyewitness News Special: 13 Investigates

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13 Investigates recaps stories that affect you and your family. Learn how to beat gas stations at their own game, why teachers are in short supply in Indiana schools,...Read more

Indiana raids grocery store over controversial pain treatment

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A raid at an Indianapolis grocery store has sent shockwaves throughout the state, as Hoosiers suffering from pain, anxiety and other medical conditions try to understand...Read more


Recognized charter school shuts down two Indianapolis locations

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Twenty-five charter schools have closed over the past four years, including two in Indianapolis from a nationally recognized program. As the buildings sit empty, some...Read more

You could be getting a refund as BMV agrees to repay $62M in overcharges

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The Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles has agreed to repay motorists more than $62 million it collected in excessive fees to settle a class-action lawsuit.That...Read more

Caught on camera: State worker accused of distracted driving after removing kids from dangerous home

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The Department of Children's Services is trying to determine if one of its employees jeopardized child safety by violating department policy and state law by using a...Read more

Food poisoning death at Indiana restaurant kept secret for months

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Despite his good health, Alex Zdravich was no match for an enchilada, a burrito and a taco at Agave Azul restaurant. The meal killed him, according to medical experts in...Read more

"They just don't get it": School continues to hide explanation for football coach suspension

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Hamilton Southeastern Schools is still refusing to explain why it suspended the head football coach at Fishers High School.Read more

Indiana Department of Homeland Security plagued by mistrust, dishonor

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13 Investigates found four high ranking leaders in nearly every division of the Department of Homeland Security facing discipline for sexual harassment or inappropriate...Read more


Injuries at summer camp: state ignores reporting law meant to protect children

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Even the best summer camps cannot prevent all injuries and illnesses, and state lawmakers want those incidents documented; but at most camps across Indiana, submitting...Read more

Report calls for change at USA Gymnastics after sexual abuse allegations

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USA Gymnastics must use its authority to protect young gymnasts against sexual predators and that will require a complete cultural change from top down concludes former...Read more