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
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 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
A state lawmaker will introduce legislation addressing issues raised this month by an ABC21 Digging Deeper investigative series examining workplace safety issues, penalties for serious infractions and limits on what families of those killed on the job can recover.
New details about what led up to the sentence of no jail time for a prominent Huntington doctor who pleaded guilty to felony sex crimes.
Imagine you’re accused of a crime, but without the money to hire a lawyer to keep you out of jail, or protect your rights. In that case, you’re likely to wind up with a public defender. But in the state of Indiana, the very officials in charge of making sure the system is in check say public defense is underfunded, public defenders are overworked and there is little to any oversight.
A criminal court judge has rejected an ABC21 Motion to Reconsider regarding his order barring the broadcast of an audio recording made during the sentencing of a Huntington doctor on sex crime charges.
ABC21 Digging Deeper: Lead prosecutor in Huntington doctor sexual battery case “disappointed” with sentence
For the first time since the criminal investigation into a prominent Huntington doctor began last year, we hear from the lead prosecutor.
Something you are not going to hear, is getting quite the reaction from those who have heard it. It’s a recording made inside the courtroom – during the sentencing of a Huntington doctor who pleaded guilty to felony sex crimes. We have it – but the judge in that case has ordered us not to broadcast it.