HAMMOND | A man caught up in a Purdue University police sting targeting Internet pedophiles received the maximum 10-year sentence Thursday in U.S. District Court.
FRANKFORT, Ind. | Before even stepping foot into his office in City Hall, Frankfort Mayor Chris McBarnes was making headlines.
John Wilczynski and Moore Engineers are quite busy for a big February party.
The Right Rev. Stewart S. Little II, Bishop for the Episcopal Diocese of Northern Indiana, greets Moses Carter, director of Camp New Happenings, in 2008 at the launch of what is now an annual summer seminar for children whose parents are incarcerated in the Indiana Prison System.
The 27 youths who participated in 2010 Camp New Happenings are shown gathered with staff and counselors for the traditional group photo snapped at Camp Alexander Camp in Milford, Ind., on the final day of the week of educational, inspirational and spiritual growth.
A variety of outdoor sports and activities, like fishing, are included as part of the programming at each year's Camp New Happenings, a spiritual and personal growth opportunity for children of parents who are incarcerated in the Indiana Prison System.
Early evening motorists drive along Ind. 2 near 100 south April 26. The area was hit in December by a rash of BB gun shootings.
A Merrillville woman was charged with operating while intoxicated after a Sunday night crash on Interstate 94 near Michigan City seriously injured her passenger.
ST. JOHN | "I'll tell you Drew, I've never seen you skate faster than the way you skated against Lawrence," Munster Hockey Club assistant coach Bob DeGard said to senior Drew Kerber. "It was beautiful."
GARY | Superior Construction Co. Inc. has received the Indiana Construction Association's highest safety recognition, the Pinnacle Safety Award.
A debt of $1.8 million brought foreclosure on a Lake County political insider's Las Vegas-area home, Nevada property records show.
POINT OF VIEW - - Rocket Scientist Robert C. Truax (left) is shown with stunt celeb Evel Kneivel (middle) and his team alongside the special "Skycyle" Truax created for the infamous "canyon jump" stunt.
A little Indiana town has transformed into an Italian village every Labor Day weekend since 1966.
Jennie Weer, 15, of Griffith, doesn't remember Mother Teresa's death at age 87 in 1997 because she was only 2 years old. But she remembers and is astounded by the Nobel Prize-winning nun's life and accomplishments helping the poor.
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