13 Investigates

13 Investigates
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Mother and family of Flora girls call for action in arson case

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Thousands of miles away from Flora, and the home where her four little girls died, Gaylin Rose is breaking a long silence.Read more

Does it work? 13 Investigates product tests the Ecoegg

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The Ecoegg claims to clean as effectively as traditional detergent with a lot more convenience and less cost. To determine whether the product lives up to its bold...Read more


Excitement and anger: seniors get relief, wait for justice after contractor debacle

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Gary Young was one of the first to offer his services at no cost to the senior center.Read more

A surprising law allows you to be sued for childhood medical debt

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Surprisingly, 13 Investigates has discovered a local attorney suing the child after he or she turns 18 years old, trying to collect debt.Read more

Franklin Homeowners: EPA failed to adequately warn of toxins and risk

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Franklin homeowners say they were left in the dark by the EPA and other government agencies set up to protect them.Read more

13 Investigates: EPA's Office of Inspector General to hear from Franklin residents

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Investigators are here to seek input about crisis communications regarding the EPA's Amphenol site cleanup as well as state clean up sites nearby.Read more

Sewer collapse causes flood of concern for family living near toxic plume

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A flooded basement turns into a potential health scare for some homeowners living in the middle of a toxic plume.Read more

Ads a little too personal? How to block ad tracking on your phone, regain your privacy

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It's becoming a common experience for mobile phone users everywhere. You open your phone and there is an ad for something you just Googled or mentioned or walked by...Read more


EPA Inspector General investigating 'Risk Communications' in Franklin

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Investigators from the EPA "Office of the Inspector General" in Washington D.C. are on their way to Franklin.Read more

Lawmaker proposes $10,000 fine for robocalls

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If it seems like you’re getting annoying phone calls from a telemarketer just about every day, it’s not your imagination.Read more