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
A criminal complaint alleging sexual assault has been filed by a student against a high-ranking administrator at Huntington University, ABC21 has learned.
In an exclusive interview on Monday, the brother of child murder suspect John D. Miller said he’s "done" with him. The younger sibling, whose name ABC21 has agreed to withhold, learned about Miller’s arrest when he received a call shortly after police arrived at a Grabill mobile home park to take the 59-year-old into custody.
DIGGING DEEPER: Former coworker describes April Tinsley suspect as ‘reclusive,’ prone to ‘outbursts’
A man who worked alongside the suspect charged in connection with the rape and murder of April Tinsley describes John D. Miller as a reclusive and problematic employee.
A 19-year-old woman who admits trying to poison her infant niece claimed her actions were influenced by a past of sexual abuse – but prosecutors tell ABC21 they based their case on the facts and are satisfied with its conclusion.
As one of the largest systems in the state of Indiana, Fort Wayne Community Schools frequently cites budget issues for many of its problems. Alexis Shear investigates how many FWCS administrators make more than $100,000.
Fort Wayne Community School bus drivers are reaching out to our Digging Deeper investigative team. They’re complaining about alleged violence on board district buses, and say the district isn’t doing enough to keep kids and drivers safe.
Fire Chief David Ringer does not have an emergency medical tech or responder certification – and as we found out – he isn’t the only fire chief in Allen County without one.
Is it a public safety concern or a petty fight between local candidates? ABC21 is Digging Deeper into claims the St. Joseph Township Fire Chief – who is running for trustee – isn’t qualified to do his current job. The chief says the only thing his opponent is worried about is winning the election.
A replacement for Huntington County Circuit Court Judge Thomas Hakes, who is leaving the bench before the end of his term, should be named within the next few weeks, a spokesperson for the governor told ABC21 on Friday.
ABC21 Digging Deeper: Court officer sues Huntington County judge for ‘sex-based harassment, discrimination’
A lawsuit charging discrimination, harassment and retaliation has been filed against a Huntington Circuit Court Judge who was a central figure in an ABC21 Digging Deeper series of reports earlier this year.