Army Corps of Engineers Col. Fred Drummond speaks Friday at a ceremony marking the start of the second phase of the Black Oak sewer improvement project. Drummond is flanked by, from left, Gary Mayor Karen Freeman-Wilson, 3rd District Councilwoman Mary Brown and U.S. Rep Pete Visclosky, D-Mer…
Army Corps of Engineers Project Manager Imad Samara chats with U.S. Rep. Pete Visclosky, D-Merrillville, on Friday before the start of a ceremony marking the start of the second phase of the Black Oak sewer improvement project. Construction will include installing about 1,500 linear feet of …
High water closes a section of 25th Avenue between Burr Street and Colfax Avenue in Gary's Black Oak section.
INDIANAPOLIS | The Indiana Court of Appeals on Thursday affirmed the 2011 murder conviction of a former Gary man for the 1992 killing of a woman in Gary's Black Oak neighborhood.
GARY | Police are looking for links among three fires Tuesday that appear to have been intentionally set.
GARY | Gary detectives are investigating two arsons that occurred within a third of a mile of each other last weekend in the Black Oak neighborhood.
CROWN POINT | Defense lawyers for the father and former step-mother of abuse victim Christian Choate told a judge they are running out of money and time to prepare for next month's murder trial.
CROWN POINT | Christian Choate and his father were enjoying building a positive relationship together, a local therapist reported in 2005.
Lake County sheriff's officers escort Riley Choate, a former tenant of a mobile home park in Gary's Black Oak neighborhood, into a police car Wednesday after police dug-up his son's remains under a shed behind Choate's former home.
Lake County sheriff's officers escort Riley Choate, a former tenant of a mobile home park in Gary's Black Oak neighborhood, into a police car after finding human remains under a shed behind Choate's former home in 2011.
GARY | A crowd of people stared in disbelief Wednesday evening as police investigators pulled a body from a shallow grave in the city's Black Oak neighborhood.
Elmo Mitchell and other residents of the Black Oak neighborhood on Gary's southwest side are none too pleased with the city's snow removal efforts. Mitchell cleared an area Monday -- five days after the blizzard ended -- for his wife to put her car in the 2400 block of Stevenson Street.
Leonard Berry and other residents of the Black Oak area on Gary's southwest side say city snowplows have yet to reach their side streets. Berry lives in the 2400 block of Stevenson Street.
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