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Bennett Haeberle Biography

Bennett Haeberle is an Emmy-winning journalist who serves as the Chief Investigative Reporter with 10TV, he is thrilled to be here and excited to have the privilege to cover central Ohio.

Prior to joining 10TV, Bennett worked in Indianapolis at WISH-TV as an investigative reporter and fill-in anchor. His investigations have uncovered waste, fraud, and abuse.

Bennett Haeberle Age

Bennett Haeberle is an American journalist born in the United States of America. Though his age is under review we will get to update you very soon if found.

Bennett Haeberle Net worth|Wife

Bennett Haeberle is an American journalist who has an estimated net worth of $ 4 million dollars as of 2019. Bennett Haeberle is married to Sarah Haeberle.

Bennett Haeberle Journalist

Bennett Haeberle is an Emmy-winning journalist who serves as the Chief Investigative Reporter with 10TV. Bennett is thrilled to be here and excited to have the privilege to cover central Ohio.

Prior to joining 10TV, Bennett worked in Indianapolis at WISH-TV as an investigative reporter and fill-in anchor. His investigations have uncovered waste, fraud, and abuse.

He helped expose how the state of Indiana failed to provide timely information to local emergency responders about dangerous oil transports by rail.

He has also reported for various Tv channels like WBNS-TV (Columbus, OH), KRON-TV (San Francisco, CA), WAVY-TV (Portsmouth, VA), WOOD-TV (Grand Rapids, MI), WDRB-TV (Louisville, KY), WISH-TV (Indianapolis, IN), WWLP-TV (Chicopee, MA), WKBN-TV (Youngstown, OH), WIVB-TV (Buffalo, NY), WDTN-TV (Dayton, OH), WJHL-TV (Johnson City, TN)

He also uncovered millions of dollars’ worth of missing medical equipment from the VA; exposed questionable care for adults with mental disabilities and conducted several investigations into the state’s opioid crisis including how the state of Indiana inconsistently punished addicted nurses and turned a blind eye toward an underground needle exchange before lawmakers voted to actually legalize them.

Bennett’s work has prompted legislation in both Congress and the statehouse. A Kentucky native, Bennett also spent seven years at WDRB-TV in his hometown of Louisville as an anchor/reporter where he covered local and state government.

Bennett Haeberle began his news career at WTVQ-TV in Lexington, where he was part of a reporting team that received a national Edward R. Murrow award for their coverage of a commercial plane crash.

Bennett Haeberle has also been honored with Emmy awards and numerous first-place awards from both the Kentucky and Indiana AP and the Society of Professional Journalists.

Bennett Haeberle and his wife Sarah are excited to call Columbus their new home. In his spare time, Bennett enjoys swimming, running, biking, playing the guitar and reading to his daughter. (He’s also recently taken up teaching himself to play the ukulele).

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Bennett Haeberle Articles

I-Team 8: Dozens of Indiana schools failing to perform fire drills

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) Administrators with Indiana’s largest school district admitted that they failed to properly monitor which schools performed monthly fire drills, following an I-Team 8 investigation. What’s more, the district cannot explain what led to the lack of supervision.

That acknowledgment follows a months-long I-Team 8 investigation that found more than 70 central Indiana schools failed to perform or record the recommended number of fire drills during the last academic school year.

Missing Indianapolis woman may have been in the trunk of her own car

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) Hours before her parents would file a missing person report, Angie Barlow texted this message to a friend: It is believed to be the last text message she sent anyone. The 23-year old dancer has not been seen in nearly a month.

Her disappearance is still considered to be a missing person case. But newly uncovered court documents obtained by I-Team 8 are raising questions about if police are shifting the focus of their investigation.

US Attorney General speaks at the annual Training Conference and Exhibition

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch reminded a room full of law enforcement officials of the need for police to build relationships within “communities of color” given the recent uprisings in Ferguson, Missouri, New York, and Baltimore.

Lynch, who was confirmed to her position in late April, did not mention any of those cities by name, nor did she mention the officers or the names of those who died as a result of the use of force by police.

Bill that would prevent local government ban on Airbnb passes committee

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) – A bill that would prohibit local governments from banning short-term housing rentals through websites like “Airbnb” or “HomeAway” cleared a state Senate committee Wednesday.

But it took awhile. In fact, the hearing on House Bill 1133 alone lasted more than two hours.

Records show IMPD has Stringray device to track cell data

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) – Bennett Haeberle had records show the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department obtained a controversial device capable of tracking cell phone activity. And it’s had it since 2012.

In response to an open records request, IMPD produced a non-disclosure agreement that shows it received written permission from the FBI to obtain and use a device known as a Stingray, manufactured by the Harris Corporation.

State rules in favor of teachers in Muncie Community Schools dispute

MUNCIE, Ind. (WISH) A state fact-finder has sided with the Muncie Teachers Association in an ongoing dispute with Muncie Community Schools over a pay cut. Muncie Community Schools was facing a $15 million deficit and had proposed to cut teachers’ salaries by ten percent.

Lawmakers expected to hear amendment calling for state takeover of Muncie schools

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) Muncie School Board President Debbie Feick says that state lawmakers are expected to consider a proposed amendment that would call for a state takeover of Muncie schools, I-Team 8 has learned. The amendment will be added to a bill already drafted to deal with the Gary schools – another school district facing financial hardships.

House panel approves the bill to take over Muncie Schools

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) A powerful panel of House lawmakers approved a bill that calls for a state takeover of Muncie schools – a district facing an $18 million deficit along with the prospect of closing schools and laying off employees. The move caught Muncie Community Schools leaders off guard.

Bennett Haeberle Columbus Ohio

Bennett Haeberle had a large area of high pressure over the Eastern U.S. will keep dry weather across the Ohio Valley through tonight and this upcoming weekend.

High pressure will begin to drift east and break down, allowing for a gradual climb in heat and humidity heading into next week.

Next chance for rain looks like it will be overnight Monday, with showers and storms Tuesday. This could be one of the longest dry stretches we’ve had since last December. Enjoy!

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