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UPDATE: Community honored for investigationA car. A tree. A crash. A confession. When Bloomington, Indiana, psychologist Albert Fink crashed his car and admitted to police that he falsified a mental evaluation in a criminal case in 2016, it sent shock waves throughout Indiana and beyond.Our reporting prompted action at the highest levels of the Indiana court system. We also learned that there is another, much larger potential pool of victims for whom justice remains to be seen.Financial support for this reporting project came from the Fund for Investigative Journalism.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uDkCaiYm-Ds

Community honored for 2017 reporting

Scripps Howard

WNIN-FM is proud to announce that we have been named as a finalist for a Scripps Howard national news award for our year-long investigation into the impact of the crime of psychologist Albert Fink on the Indiana courts and disability claims systems.

This high honor belongs to the community which we serve. To kick off things in our new home at Two Main Street, we wanted to give the community something of which to be proud. Thanks for your support of high quality journalism in our region of Indiana, Kentucky and Illinois.

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