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.
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.
The Indiana Chamber of Commerce on Friday condemned shoddy safety practices that contributed to the death of a Fort Wayne plastics plant employee in January and said it will work with a state lawmaker on a “thoughtful, reasonable” effort to prevent future incidents.
Steve Wagner, who is based in Indianapolis, has handled more than 25 cases involving a workplace death.
ABC21 reviewed every safety order issued by IOSHA from May through October 2018. During that six-month span, the state filed complaints against 57 companies for “serious” or “repeat” violations.
We found that the initial penalty was reduced in dozens of cases.
When Shacarra Hogue was killed inside a machine at Fort Wayne Plastics in January 2018, it was a tragedy, but it was hardly an isolated case involving safety violations that led to a workplace death.
A transportation official says two deadly bridge collapses earlier this year — one in the U.S. and one in Europe — are a contributing factor to delays in opening a new bridge in north Fort Wayne.
ABC21 Digging Deeper investigative reporter Alexis Shear and news director Jonathan Shelley discussed Part 1 of the station’s “Dying on the Job” investigation on the Pat Miller Program on WOWO Radio.
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?