13 Investigates

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Franklin releases toxin level results at two elementary schools

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Toxic vapors from the cancer-causing chemical TCE have been found under the floor of classrooms in Webb and Needham Elementary Schools.Read more

2 schools shut down; Franklin mayor and schools call for extended vapor testing

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For the first time, preliminary environmental testing' results show contamination exceeding safe limits at two Franklin schools.Read more


High levels of suspected toxins force the shut down of 2 Franklin Elementary Schools

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13 Investigates has learned a new round of testing uncovered high levels of toxins within Webb and Needham elementary schools, prompting Franklin Community Schools to...Read more

Noblesville school shooting civil case moved to Marion County

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The family of the girl shot at Noblesville West Middle School and the parents of the shooter are asking a judge to move their civil lawsuit from Hamilton County to...Read more

Bill calls for better tracking of sexual assault evidence

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It will help sexual assault survivors get a better chance at justice.Read more

'I'm not playing around': Virtual kidnapping scam hits Indiana

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Mark Walker is a private investigator, so he is very familiar with scams and how to avoid them.Read more

Spoofing: How to outsmart scammers

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Technology has allowed scammers to get smart about the ways in which they attempt to pull off a scam. But here are some tips to avoid becoming a victim.Read more

Can police force you to reveal your cell phone passcode? Indiana Supreme Court will decide

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Next month, Indiana’s five Supreme Court justices will hear oral arguments in...Read more


Cell phone privacy: Can police force you to hand over your phone's passcode?

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That question will soon be decided by the Indiana Supreme Court and it all stemmed from a case in Hamilton County.Read more

New technology brings Franklin residents faster vapor testing results

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Environmental crews are in Franklin using new technology to conduct vapor intrusion testing.Read more