It's a problem that neighbors who have been here for decades say is only getting worse. What started as a puddle now takes up half the street.
It’s a problem that neighbors who have been here for decades say is only getting worse. What started as a puddle now takes up half the street.
Gov. Eric Holcomb on Wednesday signed into law a measure that will increase the maximum penalties on businesses whose disregard of safety precautions results in the death of a worker.
After more than a year of not getting answers — or even a return phone call — a Roanoke man turned to us for help recovering his parents’ WWII memorabilia.
A bill that grew out of an ABC21 Digging Deeper investigation into workplace safety passed through the Indiana legislative process Wednesday morning.
A bill that grew out of an ABC21 Digging Deeper investigation into workplace safety passed the Indiana Senate unanimously Tuesday afternoon and is expected to land on the governor’s desk in the near future.
By a vote of 8-2, a bill that would update state law regarding certain workplace deaths passed out of a State Senate committee on Wednesday.
Over a 10-year period, from 2008 to November 2018, there were 1,166 incidents involving a FWCS bus – that’s more than 120 incidents every year.
The director of the Indiana Department of Child Services office in Adams County reacted Friday to our Digging Deeper report.
The Adams County Prosecutor has charged two DCS caseworkers with obstructing child abuse investigations and theft, after two separate investigations by the State Inspector General.
FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WPTA) — Days after an ABC21 Digging Deeper investigation shined a light on the lack of sidewalks near public schools – a
FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WPTA) — New reactions Monday night, after ABC21 aired its Digging Deeper report, “Where the Sidewalk Ends.” On Sunday night, ABC21 investigated
The effect of the 2015 cutbacks on bus transportation for students in the Fort Wayne Community Schools system has been compounded by a failure of local government to add sidewalks on walking routes used by thousands of students, an ABC21 Digging Deeper investigation has found. The price tag to remedy the issue: a whopping $70 million.
By a unanimous vote of 96-0, HB 1341, the bill to overhaul penalties related to workplace deaths in Indiana, passed through the General Assembly and advanced to the state Senate.
HB 1341, which would change how companies are penalized for workplace deaths involving substantial employer misconduct, passed out of a legislative committee on Tuesday and advances to the full Indiana House.