Officials with the Better Business Bureau of Northern Indiana say a twist on an established scam is fooling plenty of people who make use of Facebook. Some people are losing
Officials with the Better Business Bureau of Northern Indiana say a twist on an established scam is fooling plenty of people who make use of Facebook. Some people are losing tens of thousands of dollars.
Wednesday, seven months after our first report, we’re seeing results. City leaders met outside Saint Joseph Central Elementary where they say the situation is now much safer.
A woman who was molested as a 14-year-old tells ABC21 she alerted an East Allen County school last year that they employed the person who did it.
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.
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 would raise the funeral payout should a worker die on the job.
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A state lawmaker on Monday afternoon filed legislation to revise Indiana’s workers’ compensation system and penalties for workplace safety violations for the first time in three decades. The legislation addresses key concerns raised by a recent ABC21 “Digging Deeper” series of reports.
FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WPTA21) — We are Digging Deeper when it comes to the number of bank robberies in Fort Wayne. We took a close