Customers Rescue Employees Burned by Frying Grease After Restaurant Floor Collapse
After the kitchen floor suddenly collapsed in a Church's Chicken restaurant in Livingston, Texas -- causing deep fryers to topple over and splash hot cooking oil on employees -- two customers came to the rescue, according to the Livingston Volunteer Fire Department (LVFD). "When the floor
Thrill-Ride Accidents Spark New Demands for Regulation
The grisly death of a 10-year-old boy on a Kansas water slide and a Ferris wheel accident in Tennessee this summer have led to renewed demands for tighter inspection rules for amusement rides
Tyson Foods Fined $263,000 After Amputation at Texas Plant
Federal inspectors have fined Tyson Foods more than $263,000 for safety violations at an East Texas poultry plant where a worker's finger was amputated when it became stuck in a conveyor belt
Feds Probing If Fire at Texas Refinery Caused by Welder
Federal investigators are reviewing whether a welding contractor working on a crude oil pipeline connection under construction might have helped ignite a flash fire that injured seven people at a Southeast Texas refinery
ARCHIVE VIDEO: Made in the U.S.A. Investigation
March 13, 1998: ABC News’ Brian Ross investigates working conditions for factories in Saipan making clothes bound for the U.S.
New Calls to Regulate the Weight of Runway Models
Public health experts are calling for U.S. officials to follow France in establishing guidelines for models' weight.
Salon Where Worker Died in Cryotherapy Machine Shut Down
The Las Vegas salon where a 24-year-old woman died in a cryotherapy machine has been closed as her relatives are asking questions about the way in which she died. Chelsea Ake-Salvacion was found dead in the machine, police said, and authorities said they believe that there was no foul play involved
40 People, Mostly Kids, Sick After Visiting Northern California Water Park
A water park in northern California is closed after dozens of people there became sick Thursday afternoon, officials said. Seventeen people, mostly children, were transported to the hospital and released after they went to the Prewett Family Park in Antioch, California; another 23 were treated
Investigators Unable to Verify UVA Rape Claim
Police say there is no evidence supporting the accusation that a gang rape, depicted in a "Rolling Stone" article, had taken place.