Kara Kenney, WTKR NewsChannel 3

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Past articles by Kara:

Her son was brutally murdered in his Ohio apartment, then his friends received a $9,000 bill for cleanup

After Eric Cavanaugh was murdered in the apartment he shared with his best friends, they were left with a $9,000 crime scene clean-up bill. → Read More

IRS warns taxpayers of tax scams as season begins January 23

The 2023 tax season officially begins on January 23, and scammers are gearing up to steal your personal information and your money. → Read More

New Indiana police pursuit policy takes effect January 1

On January 1, 2023, a statewide policy takes effect creating minimum standards for how police can pursue suspects. → Read More

Who is Richard Allen, suspect in hiking trail homicides of Indiana teens?

Richard Matthew Allen, the primary suspect in the murders of Abby Williams and Libby German, has lived in the Delphi community for at least 16 years. → Read More

Check your bank statements for bogus Google charges

Check your bank statements. A scam involving unauthorized Google charges is hitting bank accounts across the country. → Read More

Indiana father settles wrongful death lawsuit after daughters' 2020 drownings

A Laurel, Indiana father has reached a settlement with Franklin County following the 2020 drowning death of his daughters 4-year-old KyLee and 7-year-old Elysium. → Read More

Indiana lawmakers return to statehouse to debate workplace vaccination mandates

Indiana lawmakers headed back to the statehouse Tuesday to begin the 2022 legislative session. → Read More

'This wasn't an accident': Several 911 calls made about flooded Franklin Co. creek before family's death

“This wasn’t an accident, this was something that could have been prevented." → Read More

Tri-West High School administrators call criminal charges 'unfounded'

Two Hendricks County school administrators are now responding to criminal charges filed Friday by prosecutors, calling the charges “unfounded.” → Read More

Couple, suspect share their side in police impersonation case

Jackie Collins and Sammy Irwin say suspect used yellow lights. → Read More

Why the state doesn't include antibody tests in its COVID-19 numbers

The state is not including antibody test results, which show whether you’ve previously been infected with COVID-19, on its dashboard that tracks the virus’ prevalence in Indiana. → Read More

IRS reveals "Dirty Dozen" tax scams

The Internal Revenue Service announced Thursday its "Dirty Dozen" list of tax scams, and many involve COVID-19 and stimulus payments. → Read More

IRS has backlog of 4.7 million paper returns, report finds

A new report issued Monday explains why so many Hoosiers are still waiting for their tax refunds. → Read More

Governor, ISDH reject lawmakers' request to release COVID-19 data by facility

A group of lawmakers expressed more frustration Thursday after the Governor and State Health Commissioner Dr. Kris Box rejected requests to release COVID-19 for individual long-term care facilities. → Read More

The Rebound Indiana: IRS warns of uptick in stimulus payment scams impacting Hoosiers

The Internal Revenue Service is seeing an uptick in scams related to the coronavirus and stimulus payments. → Read More

Boone County pediatrician gets lengthy prison term in child molest care

A Boone County pediatrician is going to prison for molesting some of his young patients. → Read More

Indiana to test all nursing home workers for COVID-19

Leaders also announce changes to visitation policies. → Read More

Nursing home worker shares concerns after quitting, testing positive for COVID-19

Dara Hendricks worked at Ben Hur Health and Rehabilitation in Crawfordsville. → Read More

Pending legislation would allow Indiana mixed-status families to get stimulus checks

Legislation is pending in Congress that would allow mixed status families in Indiana to receive stimulus checks. → Read More

State doubles down on not releasing where nursing home residents have died from COVID-19

State health officials doubled down Friday on not releasing where nursing home residents have been diagnosed with COVID-19 and at which facilities long term care residents have died. → Read More