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Indiana to make history during certification vote; but local historian says it won't bode well

The certification vote for the 2020 election Wednesday in the U.S. Senate is a history-making moment for Indiana. → Read More

Two labs now under scrutiny for falsified DCS drug tests

13 Investigates has learned another lab is also facing allegations and it's all coming to light as DCS begins contacting judges across the state about potential frau → Read More

Attorney General campaign ads blur the lines over pre-existing conditions, other issues

Todd Rokita's promise to protect Hoosiers is raising some questions. → Read More

Legal panel approves payouts for wrongfully convicted

Kristine Bunch spent 17 years in prison for an arson she maintains was a tragic accident. Now, she'll get a payout for her wrongful time behind bars. → Read More

Attack ad in Indiana senate race draws attention to hot race

We're answering viewer questions about an attack ad claiming corruption and program cuts caused children to suffer. → Read More

Labs 'pooling' COVID-19 samples to combat shortage of testing supplies

13 Investigates looks into a practice called "pooling testing" to see if Indiana is ready to jump in. → Read More

Marion County, IU announce more aggressive contact tracing program

Contact tracers will soon be going door to door to help warn those who might have been exposed to the virus. → Read More

Family of former IU student seeking new death investigation

An online petition with more than 80,000 signatures is calling for Bloomington police to reopen the case. → Read More

Smartphones could soon put contact tracing at users fingertips

13 Investigates examines the proposed system, what's required and steps to opt out. → Read More

Doctors and nurses march to end racial disparity in health care

A group of Indiana doctors are taking to the streets to call for the end of racism and injustice. → Read More

Indiana nursing homes get first wave of PPE from FEMA

In fact, 13 Investigates found some specialized COVID-19 units surprised by what showed up at their doorstep. → Read More

Antibody Testing: FDA performance data shows reliability for new Roche test

Based on its science, Roche Diagnostics believes its new test will boost confidence. → Read More

No promises of immunity from antibody testing

A new test that's supposed to uncover COVID-19 antibodies is coming under global scrutiny. → Read More

New COVID-19 tests emerge but come without full FDA approval

13 Investigates explains why some new testing options come with a word of caution. → Read More

New 'rapid result' coronavirus testing could help hotspot cities

Abbott Labs is speeding the production of a new portable test that gives results in less than 5 minutes. → Read More

Man without credentials performs autopsies in Indiana

A Kansas man admitted to accepting payments from two Indiana families for autopsies he and those working for his company are not licensed to perform. → Read More

Watchdog agency creates new tracking option for direct express fraud victims

13 Investigates first learned about thieves stealing retirement and disability benefits last year, when it happened to Jennifer Kreegar. → Read More

Anthem backs away from cutting autism payments

Anthem Insurance is backing away from cutting payments for autism therapy. → Read More

Governor says DCS Associate Director resigned amid investigation for sending inappropriate messages

13 Investigates has learned a former prosecutor hand-picked to help reform the Department of Child Services resigned amid an internal investigation for sending inappropriate messages to an intern. → Read More

State health officials launch campaign to reduce teen vaping

Citing a more than 300 percent increase in usage since 2012, Indiana's Department of Health announced a strategy Thursday to reduce vaping by Indiana youth. → Read More