INDIANAPOLIS | The Indiana Court of Appeals rejected a sentence reduction request Monday from a Michigan City man serving 50 years for the 2011 murder of a Gary teenager, on top of a 20-year prison term for shooting at a Merrillville couple while driving on Interstate 80/94.
INDIANAPOLIS | A judge is likely to rule Friday on Attorney General Greg Zoeller's request to throw out the lawsuit state schools chief Glenda Ritz filed last month against the State Board of Education.
Valparaiso High School 2013 Homecoming Queen nominees, from left, Greer Brown, 17, Kathy Minko, 17, Angela Darrol, 19, Maria Yallourakis, 17, Kelli Keough, 17 and Alexandra Shideler, 17.
INDIANAPOLIS | State court officials released sample petitions Friday that Hoosiers can follow to begin the process of expunging their criminal records, though consulting an attorney before submitting the documents is still recommended.
February 1998: Gary Mayor Scott King unveils redevelopment plan for downtown Gary, pitching it as “everybody's neighborhood.” Plan includes steel, art and civil rights museum and possibly a minor-league baseball stadium between 8th and 9th avenues.
PORTAGE | Bond was reduced Friday for a LaPorte dentist, who has agreed to go into a treatment center after being charged with dealing and possession of heroin.
HAMMOND | Sentencing has been delayed for a Valparaiso man who has pleaded guilty to possessing child pornography.
VALPARAISO | A 14-year-old girl told jurors Tuesday afternoon about being molested when she was in fifth grade by Jackie Robson.
HAMMOND | Federal prosecutors are asking a judge to sentence a Belize man to 37 years in prison for a 2006 kidnapping and armed robbery of a Gary drug dealer.
MARKHAM | Donol Clark, who faces criminal charges for the death of his live-in girlfriend in Calumet City, had a brief status hearing Friday morning in Cook County Circuit Court.
Judge Calvin D. Hawkins questions Lori Haney and Joseph M. Fernandez about their experiences as jurors during a panel discussion sponsored by the Women Lawyers Association.
Michael J. McKenna talks about his experience as a juror Wednesday during a panel discussion sponsored by the Women Lawyers Association.
Lake Superior Court Civil Division Judge John Sedia poses a question to former jurors during a panel discussion sponsored by the Women Lawyers Association.
Lori Haney talks about her experience as a juror Wednesday during a panel discussion sponsored by the Women Lawyers Association.
CROWN POINT | The family of a Crown Point man killed in a fiery crash last month in St. John is suing a man accused of drunken driving and causing the wreck.
CHICAGO | Four Chicago men were sentenced to lengthy federal prison terms after being convicted in three separate cases of various firearms and narcotics charges, federal law enforcement officials said Friday.
State legislators overreached their authority when they passed a law prohibiting judges from transferring to a different court unless they have gone through merit selection, Chief Judge John Pera wrote Monday in a letter to the Indiana Supreme Court.
MUNSTER | Family Christian Center faces a new legal hurdle in its leaders' efforts to restore the financial health of the megachurch, according to documents filed this week in Lake Superior Court.
LAKE STATION | Lake Station City Court Judge Chris Anderson answers questions during a city council special session Thursday, January 10, 2013.
Lake Station City Court Judge Chris Anderson answers questions during frequently heated session with the City Council.
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