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Tim Evans

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Indianapolis, IN, United States

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Recent articles by Tim:

How crimes involving public officials are handled, from judges' shooting to Dan Forestal

The criminal cases against Indiana Rep. Dan Forestal and a Clark County judge illustrate the challenges in prosecuting elected officials. → Read More

Whalen appeals $554,000 default judgment in suit over failure to rehab homes, turn over rent

Bert Whalen is a one-time business associate of ex-Fox & Friends host Clayton Morris. → Read More

The mystery of Santa's lost suit: IndyStar Call for Action is on the case

"Santa" Ricky Parker: "I'm just so thankful somebody's even thinking about trying to help, because I've got $700 invested in something I don't have." → Read More

City cracks down on landlords after IndyStar probe of ex-Fox & Friends host's partner

In response to an IndyStar investigation into Bert Whalen and Clayton Morris, the city mailed 877 warning notices to unregistered landlords. → Read More

IndyStar Call for Action's free consumer helpline getting results, altering weekday hours

Beginning this week, volunteers will no longer take calls on Fridays. We'll shift resources to earlier in the week, when the call volume is higher. → Read More

Indiana noodling: Inside the Hoosier tradition of catching snapping turtles by hand

Noodling may be one of the oldest and purest forms of hunting or fishing. No hooks or nets. No guns or traps. No dogs. Just man versus turtle. → Read More

Snapping turtles: 5 things you need to know

President Taft ate them. So did the Pilgrims. They grow quite large. In Indiana, snapping turtles can top 30 pounds. "They're an impressive animal." → Read More

Ex-Fox & Friends co-host Clayton Morris leaves country amid fraud allegations, lawsuits

Morris and his wife say they plan to fight lawsuits from abroad. He has moved with his family to a coastal resort town in Portugal. → Read More

Ex-Fox & Friends co-host Clayton Morris leaves country amid fraud allegations

Morris and his wife say they plan to fight lawsuits from abroad. → Read More

The 'Flipping Exes' baggage Bravo's not talking about: Bankruptcy, lawsuits, late taxes

A Colorado investor says Bravo co-stars Christina "Nina" Klemm and Michael LeSure of "Flipping Exes" defrauded him. → Read More

The 'Flipping Exes' baggage Bravo's not talking about: Bankruptcy, lawsuits, late taxes

A Colorado investor says Bravo co-stars Christina "Nina" Klemm and Michael LeSure of "Flipping Exes" defrauded him. → Read More

Richard Grundy's federal drug trial starts Monday. Here's what you need to know.

At the time of his alleged federal crimes, Grundy was in the process of resolving state criminal cases that included five murder-related charges. → Read More

Here are the top 6 complaints to IndyStar Call for Action. You may be surprised by some.

In the three-and-a-half years since IndyStar established the free helpline, the majority of complaints have fallen into these six categories. → Read More

5 housing schemes that dragged down Indianapolis neighborhoods

Indianapolis has become a magnet for real estate schemes that prompt accusations of fraud and perpetuate blight. Here are 5 of them. → Read More

Report: Former Indiana Pacers executive Pete Philo had previous rape conviction

Pete Philo was a Pacers executive from 2013-16. The team hired him despite his conviction on four counts of third-degree rape of a 15-year-old in 2000. → Read More

Getting a seller to make good on a bad pony deal and 4 more IndyStar Call for Action success stories

Our free hotline is open from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., Monday through Friday. The number is 317-444-6800. → Read More

It's vigilante activist vs. politically connected farmer in Fair Oaks cruelty controversy

One is the Batman of the animal welfare world. The other is an innovative farmer with ties to Trump. Both are mavericks in their fields. → Read More

Indianapolis climber weighs in on what's behind 'human traffic jam' photo from Mount Everest

David Carter, who climbed Mount Everest in 1997: “It’s screwed up up there. It’s a train wreck right now and they’re going to have to change it.” → Read More

Indiana Supreme Court suspends Hendrick County Judge Robert Freese for misconduct

The suspension involved a case in which more than $250,000 was embezzled by a friend the judge appointed to oversee a trust and estate. → Read More

Cousins locked in nasty fight over legendary Hoosier Lester Sumrall's religious empire

The family fight includes allegations of fraud, usurped destiny, harassment, criminal mischief — and an atheist leading the Christian organization. → Read More