13 Investigates

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Debt collector and woman sued over childhood medical bills reach settlement

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A federal lawsuit against a local debt collector who went after a woman for an unpaid childhood medical bill, is getting tossed out.Read more

Franklin cleanup and lawsuits will move into 2020

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Homeowners and families filing suit in Franklin claim the owners of the old Amphenol and Franklin Power Products sites released toxic chemicals into the ground and...Read more


Franklin families file 2 lawsuits; 1 seeking federal class action

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Parents and homeowners in Franklin believe it's time the companies that contaminated their community pay for their actions.Read more

Federal, state environmental agencies set to take new questions about Franklin contamination

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One cleanup effort is drawing to a close in Franklin while a second site is now drawing new concerns.Read more

Police investigate alleged assault inside Roncalli football locker room

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An attorney for the Archdiocese of Indianapolis admits both Roncalli High School and its football coaches let down a student manager with Down Syndrome who, according...Read more

The search for Nelms: new allegations against the man who stole millions in Indiana cemetery fraud

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The search for Robert Earl Nelms, former inmate No. 744576 took 13 Investigates on a three-day journey.Read more

EMS crews see an increase in attacks by patients

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This year in Indianapolis, 18 emergency medical workers reported being assaulted by a patient.Read more

Pacers feed hundreds at annual 'Come to Our House' Thanksgiving meal

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Many of Wednesday’s guests didn’t plan to have a traditional Thanksgiving meal this year, so the Pacers set out to give them just that.Read more


Man without medical credentials admits to performing autopsies in Indiana

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13 Investigates uncovered a disturbing discovery. A Kansas man with no medical license is doing business in Indiana and allowing his contractors to perform autopsies...Read more

Gasping for Care: Home nursing shortage impacts most vulnerable Hoosiers

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A WTHR investigation finds Indiana's home nursing shortage impacts thousands of the state's most vulnerable residents, often with dire consequences. Much-needed funding...Read more