Bob Segall, WTHR.com

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Indianapolis, IN, United States

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What to expect during Tuesday's court hearing about sealed documents in the Delphi murders; Allen asks to be released

Last month, state police arrested Richard Allen in connection with the 2017 murders of Abby Williams and Libby German. → Read More

Judge worried for family's safety after sealing court docs in Delphi murders recused from case

Circuit Judge Benjamin Diener wrote that his small court staff has been overwhelmed by the “storm” of requests related to public records that have been sealed. → Read More

Hertz accused of “ruining innocent lives” by filing false stolen car reports against customers

Hertz admitted it files on average 3,365 police reports every year alleging a customer stole one of its rental cars. → Read More

Following school shooting in Texas, plan to conduct surprise school safety inspections draws skepticism, silence from leaders in Indiana

The Texas School Safety Center is to conduct "in-person, unannounced, random intruder detection audits" at schools. → Read More

'We strongly condemn the actions of the Russian government': Cummins suspends all commercial operation in Russia

The board of directors made the decision Thursday, March 17, citing the safety and wellbeing of those whose lives have been affected by the invasion. → Read More

13 Investigates: How criminals are using mobile banking to steal from your bank account

During the pandemic, millions of people switched to mobile banking. It’s incredibly convenient, but criminals are using it too to drain bank accounts. → Read More

Does Indiana have the strongest red flag law in the country?

Critics and supporters are asking whether the Red Flag law could have been applied in a way to prevent the violence at FedEx and whether changes are needed. → Read More

VERIFY: Yes, you can choose which type of COVID-19 vaccine you get in Indiana. Here’s how to do it.

The online registration system implemented by the Indiana State Department of Health now clearly states which type of vaccine is available at each clinic. → Read More

VERIFY: Will you be required to get a COVID-19 vaccine before you get another stimulus payment?

While some economists, lawmakers and business leaders have suggested this idea, to date there is no formal proposal. → Read More

VERIFY: Will the COVID-19 vaccine cause infertility in women?

A Facebook post claims a head researcher for vaccine manufacturer Pfizer has issued a warning that the company's new COVID-19 vaccine would cause sterilization. → Read More

VERIFY Update: Are you more likely to get COVID-19 based on your blood type?

New studies suggest people with Type A and AB blood are more likely to get COVID-19 and suffer severe symptoms. → Read More

Internal records show Indiana unemployment system plagued by unresolved claims and 'nightmare' wait times

Thousands of Hoosiers who lost work because of the pandemic are still waiting to get their unemployment insurance. → Read More

County officials want you to know election results “not going to be on election night”

Some county clerks want voters to understand the influx of absentee ballots will likely mean many election results will not be known on election night. → Read More

How to track your absentee ballot online during every step of the process

When will your ballot arrive? Many Hoosiers don't realize you can track it. → Read More

Your kid’s sports season was canceled. Should you get a refund?

Hundreds of families were informed the only way they could get even a partial refund from the St. Francis Soccer Club was to apply online for a special COIVD-19 Relief Fund. → Read More

Hoosiers wait in line for hours for first COVID-19 testing available to general public

INDIANAPOLIS — As cars stretched down Brookside Avenue – and the people inside some of those cars waited more than four hours to reach the front of the line – it becam → Read More

Answering your coronavirus questions: Not-so-essential businesses, child visitation for co-parents and your pets

13 Investigates is answering viewer questions about all things related to COVID-19. → Read More

Don’t look now, Indiana lawmakers, but your Republican neighbors are all legalizing marijuana

Marijuana dispensaries as far away as Ann Arbor told WTHR they are shocked at the number of customers willing to drive more than 100 miles from Indiana. → Read More

'Smashed' in his own living room: Indy man explains how he survived bizarre car crash

Dan and Charlene Kleine spent the past seven days in a hospital as Dan recovers from a bizarre accident that nearly cost him his life. → Read More

Former pastor arrested after police say he confessed to repeatedly molesting a child

A school nurse who also worked as a pastor remains in jail one week after he was arrested for allegedly molesting a child. → Read More