HAMMOND | Police said someone fired shots near the corner of 173rd Place and Walnut Avenue early Friday, hitting a nearby home.
A mail carrier walks past a Dyer home where two people were found dead Monday.
Dyer police investigate two deaths Monday at a home in the 2500 block of Sycamore Drive. One of the two people, Rhonda Neher, 45, died as a result of a apparent homicide, Lake County cororner's officials said.
Neighbors watch as Dyer police investigate two deaths Monday at a home in the 2500 block of Sycamore Drive.
Lake County Sheriff's Department SUVs are parked outside a Dyer home where two people were found dead Monday.
Dyer police officers stand outside a home in the 2500 block of Sycamore Drive where a man and woman were found dead Monday.
SOUTH HOLLAND | Thornton Township School District 205 released a press statement Friday afternoon announcing the terminations and resignations of several key administrators who are allegedly involved in a scandal regarding inappropriate use and mismanagement of district funds.
CALUMET CITY | Police are investigating a mother after her 10-month-old baby died Sunday in the bathtub, officials said.
GRIFFITH | Authorities are ensuring a building gutted by fire is stable before trying to determine what caused the blaze Friday at The Mansards apartment complex.
SPRINGFIELD, Ill. | Federal authorities are investigating the Illinois Department of Transportation for improper spending on a 2008 summer jobs program.
In a special initiative during the primary election season, The Times will investigate claims made by candidates for public office.
An email from Lake Central School Corp.'s top official indicates district resources were used to push its voter referendum. But in a subsequent letter, the district denied an anti-referendum group access to the same resources.
EAST CHICAGO | Indiana State Police detectives have taken over the investigation of an East Chicago cop who was caught on video fondling his genitals and making lewd comments toward a burglary victim.
GARY | Family, friends, and local residents remembered former teacher and public official Katie Hall as a love-filled person with a deep legacy of community service.
WEST CREEK TOWNSHIP | It took 11 fire departments four hours Wednesday to bring a structure fire under control.
University of Indianapolis forensic anthropologist Stephen P. Nawrocki, right, and graduate students exhume the bones of a female under a former bait and tackle shop in Hammond, Oct. 7. The identity of the female is still unknown.
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