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.
A bill that would seal child services records for years in cases where children die from abuse or neglect is advancing through the Indiana Statehouse.
A bill that would increase the penalties assessed to companies that violate safety guidelines, resulting in death, will get a committee hearing next Tuesday. Whether it gets the vote it needs to advance is still uncertain.
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
Holcomb: Indiana has ‘good track record’ on workers’ comp, but ABC21 report shows exceptions possible
Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb says an ABC21 Digging Deeper report on workplace safety and state workers’ compensation rules is reason to “stop and think” about what some Hoosier families go through.
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.
Is the city getting a kickback on a private service it says is supposed to protect you?
The former chief probation officer for a northeastern Indiana county and a former county judge have agreed to settle a lawsuit that alleged “a campaign of sex-based harassment, discrimination, and retaliation.”
A Paulding County couple says the county roadblocked the sale of their home – literally. The county claims three roads run through their property – roads that clearly no longer exist.
While all homicides are tragic, it may shock you to hear how many people here in Fort Wayne have been killed by the hands of a loved one this year.
Three people have died in two months on the same stretch of road in Allen County.
Nursing students at the now-defunct Harrison College won’t be able to complete their degrees at the “preferred institution” for transfer if they intend to work in Indiana because the school’s program is not licensed in the state.
FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WPTA21) –Less than one week after Harrison College abruptly turned off the lights, ABC21’s Digging Deeper team uncovered new details about the
Folks in Fort Wayne are complaining about more than just uncollected trash. ABC21 dug deeper, filing a public records request for complaints about Red River drivers, uncovering more than 1,700 complaints.