VALPARAISO | The Forgotten War. The No-Win War. The "died for a tie" war.
Lake County Sheriff John Buncich has joined Gary Mayor Karen Freeman-Wilson's call for the state to help raze 10,000 abandoned buildings in the city. Those two voices need others locally to form a chorus of support for the effort.
WOLCOTT | It was a picture perfect fall day for a family gathering, complete with cupcakes and photographs.
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Just over one week ago, President Barack Obama addressed our nation regarding the ongoing conflict in Syria. He urged us, and arguably the world, to support a strike against the Syrian government. That’s all fine and dandy, but when did this become our fight?
Hours before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee voted 10-7 in support of a U.S. strike against Syria, U.S. Sen. Dan Coats, R-Ind., expressed his reservations about it.
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VALPARAISO | The Folds of Honor Foundation will have fireworks and a concert Aug. 31 in Central Park Plaza to honor first responders and welcome home the Indiana National Guard's 713th engineers company.
LANSING | Thankful well-wishers waived American flags and applauded along Torrence Avenue and Ridge Road on Saturday, as Marine First Lieutenant Tim Vermeer was given a hero's welcome home after a seven-month tour of duty in Afghanistan.
Ten of the 15-man pull-up team take time for a group photo while training in southern Afghanistan. The group, including Crete native, Marine Chief Warrant Officer Aaron McKee, in the front row, third from the left, is preparing to do enough pull-ups to match the elevation of Mount Everest in…
One wouldn't expect a group of U.S. Marines, Navy Seabees and other British and civilian forces — stationed in the heart of a war zone and already risking life and limb — to take on duties beyond the noble tasks already at hand.
This is a story of bipartisanship, of partnerships, of Bayh partnerships. It is a tale of helping the needy. And Gary needs help. In many forms.
On June 25, Afghanistan insurgents detonated a car bomb and fought security forces in front of the presidential palace. The area is the most heavily guarded in the country. Penetrating the enormous security apparatus is a major success, but spectacular attacks of various types are nothing ne…
The wars in Iraq and Afghanistan are either over or winding down, but the specters of death and justice have taken a disturbing new tandem twist this year with the issues of U.S. military suicides and sexual assaults within the ranks.
Retired Master Sgt. John Masson vowed losing both legs and part of his left arm in Afghanistan would not keep him from walking again.
The Memorial Day established in 1863 by President Abraham Lincoln is gradually fading into history. It was meant to establish into our national memory the sacrifice of thousands of sons and daughters who gave their lives in service to their country in peace and war.
VALPARAISO | In the battle against bullies, a growing number of people are getting involved, ranging from the U.S. Army to a Valparaiso middle school student.
VALPARAISO | The city may become one of next local communities to approve an ordinance banning protests within 300 feet of a funeral.
HEBRON | Anyone violating the town's ordinance against protests at funerals won't face Hebron's justice. They will have to deal with the state's.
Maureen Rubino, right, aunt of of Army Staff Sgt. David Nowaczyk, hugs Dee Weddington, center, Sgt. Nowaczyk's grandmother, during a balloon release for the slain soldier at Memory Lane Cemetery in Schererville. Nowaczyk, of Dyer, was killed a year ago in Afghanistan when his vehicle was dam…
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