(CNN) - Lunch break? What's that? According to research by human resources consulting firm Right Management, 65 percent of American workers eat lunch at their desks or don't take a break at all.
CareerBuilder, another employment consultant, found that 40 percent of executives take a brown-bag lunch and 17 percent eat fast food.
There are no federal laws which requires companies to provide a lunch break, but 22 states have meal break laws.
Experts say workers are more efficient if they have an uninterrupted meal break. They also say it's healthier.
Some restaurants say they've noticed an increase in carryout orders during the work week, instead of workers dining in.
We're looking into what it takes to become a security guard in Ohio.
The U.S. government ended up losing $10.5 billion on its bailout of General Motors, but still says the alternative would have been much worse.
A 29-year-old Farmersville man is dead after he was attacked Friday at the downtown RTA bus hub.
Huber Heights Police are turning to the public for help identifying two men who they say used a stolen credit card at the Target store in their city.
Multiple ambulance crews were called to the scene of an accident involving a school bus in Beavercreek.