DIGGING DEEPER: State lawmaker wants bigger funeral payout when workers die on the job

In an Indiana House Labor Committee meeting Tuesday morning, State Rep. Martin Carbaugh suggested an amendment to a worker’s compensation bill (HB 1182). The amendment would raise the funeral payout

DIGGING DEEPER: Dying on the Job – Chamber of Commerce weighs in

The Indiana Chamber of Commerce on Friday condemned shoddy safety practices that contributed to the death of a Fort Wayne plastics plant employee in January and said it will work with a state lawmaker on a “thoughtful, reasonable” effort to prevent future incidents.

Recapping part 1 of Dying on the Job investigation

ABC21 Digging Deeper investigative reporter Alexis Shear and news director Jonathan Shelley discussed Part 1 of the station’s “Dying on the Job” investigation on the Pat Miller Program on WOWO Radio.

DIGGING DEEPER: Dying on the Job

A machine that crushed to death a Fort Wayne woman had been altered and used in a manner deemed unsafe by the manufacturer that had overhauled the device, according to state investigators.

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