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Principal defends Flanner House on charter school's last day Video included

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Flanner House Elementary closed its doors for good Thursday after the city and the Indiana Department of Education reported widespread cheating including changed answers and adult writing on essays on student proficiency tests. More>>

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Dumped in Indiana: State panel gives preliminary OK for new manure storage rules Video included

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State regulators are one step closer to regulating stand-alone structures and lagoons that are at the center of a debate dividing Indiana's agricultural and environmental interests. More>>

Murder victim's mother no longer angry but still wants death penalty Video included

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The mother of a murdered Franklin College student is speaking out, as the man who killed her daughter tried to get his death sentence overturned. More>>

State apologizes for pop-up rocks damaging vehicles on State Road 67 Video included

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There's concern that a stretch of road in central Indiana could be dangerous to your car. Windshields are getting cracked and drivers are getting upset. More>>

Kokomo woman warns of impact of uninsured drivers Video included

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A Kokomo woman found out the hard way what auto insurance really covers after an uninsured driver hit her van. More>>

Union tells workers: Getting pension benefits might require a divorce Video included

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A paperwork problem at an east Indianapolis plant nearly two decades ago has more than one happily-married couple contemplating divorce for the good of their family.
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  • Small claims, big injustice: Follow the investigation

    Small claims, big injustice

    Friday, August 15 2014 5:36 PM EDT2014-08-15 21:36:58 GMT
    It's supposed to be a user-friendly township court to help settle small claims. But 13 Investigates found a system some say is out of order and failing to deliver justice. Follow Sandra Chapman's investigationsMore >>
    It's supposed to be a user-friendly township court to help settle small claims. But 13 Investigates found a system some say is out of order and failing to deliver justice.More >>
  • 13 Investigates: Violent criminals released too soon?

    13 Investigates: Violent criminals released too soon?

    Friday, August 29 2014 4:03 PM EDT2014-08-29 20:03:21 GMT
    An Eyewitness News investigation shows many of Indiana's most violent criminals and repeat felons get out of prison decades early. 13 Investigates shows how it happens and why thousands of murderers,More >>
    An Eyewitness News investigation shows many of Indiana's most violent criminals and repeat felons get out of prison decades early. NOTE: This investigative report is up for a national Emmy. Results will be announced at the end of September, 2014.
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  • Tax loophole investigation

    Tax loophole investigation

    The national response to WTHR investigative reporter Bob Segall's report has been huge. Hundreds of thousands of people have watched the video explaining how undocumented workers are taking advantage ofMore >>
    WTHR exposed how confusion, fraud and IRS mismanagement result in billions of dollars in tax credits for illegal immigrants.  13 Investigates' Tax Loophole investigation has been watched by millions of people, and it's triggering debate and change in Washington.More >>
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  • Sandra Chapman

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