HAMMOND | A nonfiction book about a series of homicides hooked Brian Miller's interest in law enforcement.
Outgoing Hammond Police Chief Brian Miller packs up his office Monday. His last day on the job is Tuesday.
Hammond Police Chief Brian Miller will retire Tuesday after 23 years with the department. "I have had the most wonderful career here," Miller said Monday. "I came into work every day thinking how much I love my job."
“People generally see what they look for, and hear what they listen for.”
Bullying is a problem in many schools and neighborhoods. Countless children wake up afraid to go to school or venture out of the house because they are victims of bullying.
Northwest Indiana has entered a new era of regional cooperation when it comes to police work. It's paying off.
Police continue to investigate a second case of gunfire on Interstate 80/94 in a week and are warning the public to put a brake on aggressive driving confrontations.
Employees of Metro Recycling monitor scrap metal deliveries nonstop on more than a half dozen computer screens mounted in the company's Griffith plant, while still cameras capture photos of every load of scrap weighed.
Police say local jails are preparing Thanksgiving dinners for drunken drivers celebrating Blackout Wednesday.
HAMMOND | Hammond Police Chief Brian Miller shares his insights with HammondCommunity.net about the importance of staying sober during the holiday season.
When Dan McDevitt was growing up in the heart of Gary's then-thriving downtown district, if he misbehaved, his parents knew about it before he hit the front steps.
A group of Lake County law enforcement officials is publicly urging elected officials to stop squabbling and line up behind the creation of a unified E-911 public safety communications network.
Aggressive driving, also known as road rage, has made the region headlines. In early August, a 61-year-old Cook County correctional officer fatally shot a 23-year-old East Chicago resident in an aggressive driving incident. Allegedly, the altercation started when the elderly male “cut off” t…
If I were Gary Police Chief Wade Ingram, I’d be embarrassed.
The continuing crackdown on prostitution is important not just for upholding public health and decency, as was a concern in the past, but also because the prostitutes themselves require protection from harm and a transition to normal lives.
CROWN POINT | A Chicago man was charged with murder Saturday in the death of an East Chicago man Thursday night.
The women walk down the street in sweat pants and tank tops, looking casual, as if strolling down a grocery-store aisle. Until a car slows down and stops in front of them, and they get in.
HAMMOND | The city has settled a federal civil lawsuit from a Hammond resident who claimed he was wrongly jailed after being thrown out of a city-sponsored Christmas party in 2009.
CROWN POINT | Lake County officials finally hired a full-time E-911 consolidation director, dispelling five years of indecision, disagreement and outright obstruction to a countywide merger.
Hammond Police Chief Brian Miller refers to them as the "13 days of hell."
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