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INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The federal government's workplace safety agency says it's investigating its Indiana counterpart agency. Occupational Safety and Health Administration spokesman Scott Allen tells The Indianapolis Star ( http://indy.st/10Q1SKn )...
WSBT-TVBENTON HARBOR, Mich. – "Fix it, before someone else gets hurt or killed." That's the message from the Michigan Firefighters Union president about the Benton Harbor's Public Safety Department. The department is under a microscope following a...
WSBT-TV Reporter"A number of things went wrong." That's what Benton Harbor's public safety director, Roger Lange, says about the fire at 1034 Jennings that nearly killed Lt. Doug Bell. Lange has interviewed two public safety officers that were on the scene with...
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WSBT-TVBENTON HARBOR – Dramatic 911 calls from eyewitnesses begging for help for a Benton Harbor firefighter injured in a house fire. LISTEN TO THE CALLS HERE The calls are from March 14 when veteran firefighter, Lieutenant Doug Bell, was trapped and...
BENTON HARBOR – A Benton Harbor firefighter severely burned in a house fire is improving. Lt. Douglas Bell is listed in good condition at a Kalamazoo hospital. Bell had severe burns on his hands and less severe burns on his ears, forehead, and...
Tags: Government, Politics, Safety of Citizens
Lt. Doug Bell, A Benton Harbor firefighter, is recovering in a Kalamazoo burn unit after reportedley entering a burning house by himself. The homeowner says he didn't think there was enough help from firefighters. And he only saw Bell go inside. A union...
Tags: Government, Politics, Fires, Safety of Citizens
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Indiana agencies are cutting jobless benefits, furloughing National Guard members and losing food funds for the Women Infants and Children program because of the automatic federal budget cuts, officials said Monday. The state...
FORT WAYNE, Ind. (AP) — A federal agency has ordered Norfolk Southern Railway Co. to rehire an Indiana employee fired in 2010 and pay him nearly $438,000 in damages. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration said the Fort Wayne-based crane...
FORT WAYNE, Ind. (AP) — The state agency charged with keeping Indiana workplaces safe inspects fewer than a third of the businesses it did in the 1980s, issues fines for serious violations that average less than half the national rate and issued...
South Bend TribuneA federal judge has granted class-action status to an environmental lawsuit concerning a controversial wood recycling facility in Elkhart, creating about 1,700 potential plaintiffs in the case. Residents of neighborhoods surrounding the facility at 29861...
Tags: Laws, Trials, Justice System, Judges, Lawyers
INDIANAPOLIS — A state agency reported today that the University of Notre Dame should have taken steps that could have prevented the tragic death of a 20-year-old student last fall. The Indiana Occupational Safety and Health Administration...
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterThe Indiana Department of Labor announced today it has reached a settlement agreement with the University of Notre Dame in the fatal-injury death of student employee Declan Sullivan. Details of the agreement include a requirement for Notre Dame, under...
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