13 Investigates

13 Investigates

Charity Caught on Camera

An Indiana homeless shelter has apologized and has promised to correct widespread problems 13 Investigates caught on camera during a 9-month investigation.

13 Investigates: Emails reveal problems and fears with state asbestos investigation

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13 Investigates has copies of correspondence showing what IDEM was hiding as contamination piled up in an Indiana neighborhood.Read more

Free ticket frustration mounts after Ticketmaster settlement

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13 Investigates explored the settlement website, attempting to find a venue where the ticket vouchers can be redeemed. A nationwide search of more than 70 cities in all 50 states revealed not a single concert for which the vouchers are now being accepted.Read more


State senator concerned patients with rare disorders lacking care options

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An Indiana senator is taking action on the heels of our 13 Investigates report, "Saving Derrian."Read more

Troubled charity reveals transformation with new look, new direction

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The smell of new paint, the glow of newly-repaired lights and the shine of a recently-polished floor suggest there are much bigger things planned for what used to be Ground Zero of a management scandal that rocked Grant County Rescue Mission.Read more

State says more facts should be released to explain suspension of Fishers HS football coach

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Indiana’s Public Access Counselor is urging Hamilton Southeastern Schools to release more information related to discipline involving one of its most high profile teachers.Read more

Indiana town caught dumping illegally into river

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An Indiana town has been caught illegally dumping tons of concrete and asphalt into the White River and is now scrambling to fix the problems exposed by Eyewitness News.Read more

13 Investigates: Saving Derrian update

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Tonight, investigative reporter Sandra Chapman shows us how the state's top health advocates are responding to the call to help save Derrian.Read more

Indiana families living in toxic homes due to enforcement breakdown

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Soon after Jenny and James Boggs moved in with their five young children, Jenny began getting terrible headaches. James and the kids developed serious breathing problems – sometimes requiring extended treatment at Columbus Regional Hospital. They fell victim to a pattern of toxic chemical messes that are falling through the cracks of Indiana county health agencies.Read more


Researchers: Long-term cell phone use may increase your risk for a brain tumor

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New research suggests long-term use of cell phones is linked to a significantly higher risk of developing a brain tumor.Read more

Saving Derrian: 13 Investigates the battle over insurance denials

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13 Investigates shows you the struggle up close of patients suffering from Prader Willi Syndrome and why one family is taking its fight to save Derrian publicRead more