13 Investigates

13 Investigates

Olympic medalist Wieber sues USA Gymnastics, Michigan State

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Olympic gold medalist Jordyn Wieber is the latest gymnast to sue Michigan State University, USA Gymnastics and the U.S. Olympic Committee over former sports doctor Larry...Read more

New DNA law leading to more matches, including a break in a rape case

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Just days after 13 Investigates uncovered skyrocketing test numbers at the Indiana Crime lab, new data shows the arrests of felons across Indiana leading to more DNA...Read more


Crime lab reveals DNA matches after 13 Investigates inquiry of new law

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According to the Indiana Crime Lab, there were 72 DNA hits on samples collected from felony arrests across the state between January 1, 2018 and March 31, 2018. Read more

Scammers freaking out over new Medicare cards

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Medicare started distributing new cards this monthRead more

Skyrocketing number of DNA tests after change in law

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The workload for DNA testing in the state has nearly quadrupled since a DNA profiling law went into effect.Read more

Anthem insurance agrees to pay $1.6 million in settlement over autism therapy

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Anthem agreed to pay millions in settlement for denial of autism therapy coverage.Read more

Law signed to add 9 new opioid treatment centers

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Friday morning Governor Eric Holcomb signed legislation that will better track the number of deaths caused by opioid overdose, create a database to help stop "doctor...Read more

Crisis in the classroom: No resolution for controversy surrounding Indiana teacher tests

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As schools across Indiana struggle to find teachers amid a statewide teacher shortage, some young educators don't want to stick around.Read more


Case dismissed: Indiana man won’t face trial for using CBD oil

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Mamadou Ndiaye will not face trial and the threat of criminal conviction for possessing two ounces of CBD oil now that Indiana has made it legal.Read more

Indiana Excise Police dismiss “ridiculous” marijuana citations against dozens of stores

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The Indiana Tobacco and Alcohol Commission and its enforcement agency, the Indiana State Excise Police, have confirmed they are dismissing administrative cases filed...Read more