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Investigations

"A crisis of faith"

Members of the LGBTQ community say Catholic Bloomington ministry promoting chastity is unwelcoming, traumatizing and disturbing.



Debbie Corcoran and her daughter Sydney Reed look at chemical plume maps Feb. 16 in their home in Martinsville, Indiana. The chemical plumes are contaminated areas created from improperly disposed chemicals from different companies in the city. One of them runs through their neighborhood.

On tainted soil

Dangerous chemicals have been lurking in the ground and air for years.


Monica Kelsey looks out a window Nov. 11, 2019 at a Starbucks in Indianapolis. She recounts her limited moments with her birth mother before she died.

The woman behind the boxes

Monica Kelsey was abandoned at birth. Now, she's dedicated her life to saving abandoned babies.



Dancers in the snow scene of "The Nutcracker" balance on pointe during a rehearsal Dec. 2, 2010 at the MAC.

They waited six weeks

IU found a total of seven alleged victims of a former ballet instructor. 


A question of consent

One night, two IU students and the thin line between a hook-up and a rape.



In the dark: Part 2

Blue light emergency phones are placed inconsistently with crime trends.


Andy Stephenson, IUPD captain, checks in with officers Joshua Sung, left, and Briana Guy Friday at IUPD station. After almost 20 years on the force, Stephenson said blue lights have only been used four times for legitimate emergencies.

In the dark

When a student was stabbed, he ignored the blue lights.


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