Indiana made the drastic decision to privatize health care in its prisons. It was supposed to improve care, but more than 20 years later, it’s unclear if it worked.
Correctional officers are supposed to keep people in prison safe. But they can be the worst thing that happens to women inside.
This week, we explore the system’s effort to keep people inside from killing themselves: suicide watch.
How do you get justice when something has gone wrong behind bars?
We start Season 2 with the story of 19-year-old Princola Shields. What went wrong with her care at the Indiana Women’s Prison? Pretty much everything.
For the families connected to Donald Cline, this is a story with no end in sight.
Clines deception goes deeper than replacing anonymous donor sperm. But bringing him to justice isnt easy.
Heather Woock navigates modern fertility treatment. Could what Cline did happen today?
Donald Cline explains himself.
Donald Cline still doesn't come clean at a face-to-face meeting with the siblings, which leads to more questions. Did he ever use any sperm donors in the '70s and '80s?
What kind of doctor uses his own sperm to impregnate his patients?
Jacoba Ballard knew she was donor conceived, so she wanted to see if she had any half siblings. She found more than she expected would anyone believe her?
Last year's $3.8 billion betting blitz was more than double 2020's total of $1.8 billion. The wagering netted the state about $29 million in tax revenue, up from $13.2 million in tax revenue in 2020.
Scientific studies have linked PFAS exposure to numerous health problems including thyroid disorders, liver damage, testicular and kidney cancer, pregnancy complications and increased cholesterol levels.