Indiana's human services agency is hoping the third time's a charm when it comes to welfare intake.More >> FSSA says the privatized, automated system didn't allow mentoring of new caseworkers.More >> There's a group of World War Two veterans fighting for a place in history, and for what they lost.More >> Gov. Mitch Daniels has canceled a $1.3 billion welfare privatization contract with IBM and other vendors.More >> The company at the heart of the Indiana FSSA's botched welfare privatization program is being bought out by Xerox.More >>
FSSA Secretary Ann Murphy faced our cameras and legislative scrutiny after weeks of silence amid a growing public outcry over her agency's botched billion-dollar welfare system.More >> With a billion-dollar state contract at risk, 13 Investigates has discovered some pricey rewards being offered to welfare workers in Marion.More >> The State Budget Committee is set to review how well IBM Corp. is doing with a plan to fix problems with Indiana's privatized welfare system.More >> 13 Investigates uncovered confidential information that reveals wide spread failure, paid for with your tax dollars.More >> Workers say the state is trying to speed up a billion dollar system, by delivering promises they can't keep.More >> Gov. Mitch Daniels has named state social services chief Mitch Roob to take over Indiana's economic development efforts in changes at three state agencies.More >> The state is dropping planned changes in the way it processes food stamp applications because it would cost some their benefits.More >> Indiana's automation of welfare eligibility has bumped Medicaid recipients off eligibility rolls, an advocate for the needy said as the changes come under legislative scrutiny this week.More >>
Indianapolis Metropolitan Police are investigating the shooting involving a three-year-old in the 1800 block of 68th Street. Officers were dispatched to the scene just after 6 p.m Saturday for the reportMore >> Indianapolis Metropolitan police confirm that the three-year-old who was shot in the head and later died pulled the loaded gun off counter when it went off.
Lawrence Police say a man was shot twice outside his home early Sunday morning. Gustavo Vilchis, 35, told police he was unlocking the door to his trailer at about 3:30 a.m. at 8810 Pendleton Pike, whenMore >> Lawrence Police say a man was shot twice outside his home early Sunday morning.More >> It's a case that has baffled police for decades. On November 17th, 2013, it will be 35 years since four young workers were kidnapped from the Speedway Burger Chef and killed. There were four victimsMore >> It's one of the state's most heinous crimes. 35 years later, the Burger Chef murder case is still unsolved. Now, Eyewitness News has uncovered a new theory connected to the investigation that focuses on another Burger Chef restaurant.More >> Indiana State Police searched for the driver of a one car accident early this morning - concerned for his welfare due to extremely cold temperatures. ISP searched for the driver of a car that ran offMore >> Indiana State Police searched for the driver of a one car accident early this morning - concerned for his welfare due to extremely cold temperatures.More >> Singer Susan Boyle says she has been diagnosed with Asperger's syndrome, a form of autism. Boyle told The Observer newspaper that she saw a specialist a year ago, and "it is a relief" to have the rightMore >> Singer Susan Boyle says she has been diagnosed with Asperger's syndrome, a form of autism.More >> The Colts will be missing two starters Sunday at Cincinnati. Left guard Hugh Thornton and cornerback Greg Toler did not make Saturday's short trip south on I-74. Backup linebacker Kavell Conner also stayedMore >> Cincinnati Bengals remained perfect at home and in control of the AFC North with a 42-28 victory over the Indianapolis Colts.
Two men have been arrested for the shooting death of a military veteran during an apparent robbery. Police arrested Tryon Kincade, 19, and his 18-year-old brother Tyshaune and preliminarily charged themMore >> Teenage brothers have been arrested for the murder of a man who thought he was meeting them to buy an iPad featured in a Craigslist ad.More >> Nurses and those preparing to enter the profession are being forced increasingly to shift their job focus as hospitals slash positions amid declining admissions and revenue. The Indianapolis Star reportsMore >> Nurses and those preparing to enter the profession are being forced increasingly to shift their job focus as hospitals slash positions amid declining admissions and revenue.More >> Light scattered snow showers are arriving in Central Indiana, as another system arrives. Later today, the light snow could change over to some light freezing drizzle. A Winter Weather Advisory is in effectMore >> Light scattered snow showers are arriving in Central Indiana, as another system arrives. Later today, the light snow could change over to some light freezing drizzle.More >> China has its sights set on exporting its fruit to the United States. And growers in Washington, who harvest the bulk of America's apple crop, are OK with it. It may seem counterintuitive, but growersMore >> China has its sights set on exporting its fruit to the United States. And growers in Washington, who harvest the bulk of America's apple crop, are OK with it.More >>