Workers' Compensation News
Healthcare Nightmare for San Bernardino Terror Victims
The survivors of an ISIS-inspired terrorist attack that left 14 dead and 22 injured in San Bernardino, California say that they still struggle to receive medical treatments despite assurances from the county that their care would be expedited. The San Bernardino Survivors Speak Out support and
Madigan Re-Elected Illinois Speaker, Nears US Tenure Record
Michael Madigan has been re-elected to a 17th term leading the Illinois House, putting him on track to soon become the nation's longest-serving statehouse speaker in a century
New Legislature, Same Old Problem in Illinois: No Budget
Illinois' financial crisis is being handed off from one set of lawmakers to another this week _ a problem that, at 18 months, is the nation's longest-running budget stalemate
Correction: Migrant Workers-Driven to Death-ABRIDGED Story
In a Dec. 22, 2016, story about farmworker transportation, The Associated Press, relying on an Arkansas State Police accident report, reported erroneously that the driver of a motor coach that crashed on Nov. 6, 2015, killing six Mexican workers and injuring seven did not have a commercial driver's
Correction: Migrant Workers-Driven to Death Story
In a Dec. 22, 2016, story about farmworker transportation, The Associated Press, relying on an Arkansas State Police accident report, reported erroneously that Roberto Vasquez did not have a commercial driver's license when the motor coach he was operating crashed on Nov. 6, 2015, killing six
San Bernardino Terror Victims Claim Medical Care Frustrations, One Year After Attack
Exactly one year after 14 people were killed and 22 more injured when ISIS-inspired terrorists went on a shooting rampage in San Bernardino, California, surviving victims are speaking out, saying that they are going through a second trauma: a betrayal. In interviews with ABC News and affiliate
Wall of Taco Trucks Greets Trump in Vegas Ahead of Final Presidential Debate
ABC News' Charli James is at a protest by the culinary workers union in Las Vegas ahead of the third presidential debate, where taco trucks have lined up in solidarity with the protestors.
Step Right up and Talk About the Presidential Candidates at the Williams County Fair!
ABC News' MaryAlice Parks asks voters in the battleground state of Ohio to step up and spin our wheel of election questions to find out what's on their minds.
Cleveland Mayor, Safety Officials Unveil RNC Security Plan
Cleveland really wants you to know that it will be safe and prepared to host the 2016 Republican National Convention in July. City officials unveiled a "preparedness plan" today to show how they plan to secure the large-scale event, touting the work they are doing in collaboration with federal,
Greensboro Police Pull Out of RNC, Cleveland Cries Foul
The Greensboro Police Department in North Carolina has rescinded its offer to send 50 police officers to Cleveland in July to help secure the Republican National Convention , citing a lack of workers' compensation insurance provided by the city for visiting officers, as well as staffing challenges