- 1 This bites: Emerging breed of mosquito is more aggressive
- 2 2 injured in crash on U.S. 6 in Jackson Township
- 3 Task force releases details in fatal shooting of M'ville officer
- 4 Tri-Creek, Crown Point, Merrillville schools close Monday to accommodate funeral traffic
- 5 Gaucho's Brazilian Steakhouse to return
Griffith's Nathyn Sierra (36) returns the ball to the 44-yard line Friday night against the Lowell as he's brought down by a host of Red Devils.
Griffith's Antonio Suarez catches a short pass from quarterback Troy Cullen and is immediately tackled by a Lowell defender during Friday night's game.
Lowell's Ike James runs the ball and is immediately brought down by Griffith's Marcus Marsenic during Friday night's game at Griffith.
Lowell's Zach Bobos fights his way into the end zone for another Red Devils touchdown during Friday night's game at Griffith.
Griffith quarterback Troy Cullen is sacked by Lowell's Josh Knoblich (2) deep in his own territory during Friday night's game at Griffith.
Lowell's Ike James runs for a 75-yard touchdown against Griffith Friday night at Griffith. The score gave Lowell a 13-0 lead.
Lowell's Austin Bell (23) dives on the ball after failing to catch the opening kickoff against Griffith. Lowell was backed up near the 2-yard line to open the game at Griffith.
Lowell's Ike James runs the ball for 87 yards and a Red Devils touchdown during the first quarter of Friday night's game against Griffith.
A specially trained bomb sniffing dog and his handler investigate the perimeter of the Merrillville Municipal Complex late Wednesday afternoon. A bomb threat was received around 3:30, just a half hour after fallen Patrolman Nickolaus Schultz's funeral procession had gone by.
A bomb sniffing dog searches the area Wednesday afternoon around fallen Patrolman Nickolaus Schultz's squad car that was parked near Broadway at the Merrillville Municipal Complex after a bomb threat was received around 3:30.
About 50 police officers exit a parking garage at Advocate Christ Medical Center in Oak Lawn after paying their respect to fallen officer Nickolaus Schultz early Tuesday morning before escorting him to the Cook County Medical Examiner's office where an autopsy will be performed before he is …
A Merrillville police officer stands next to Joe Hamer, chairman of the Indiana F.O.P. Critical Incident and Memorial Team, holding a folded American flag early Tuesday morning as officers prepare to move Nickolaus Schultz to the medical examiner for an autopsy.
A police officer gets emotional as she sees the hearse carrying fallen Officer Nickolaus Schultz from Advocate Christ Medical Center in Oak Lawn to the Cook County Medical Examiner in Chicago.
Merrillville squad cars sit near the emergency room entrance Sunday night at Christ Hospital in Oak Lawn. Merrillville Patrolman 2nd Class Nickolaus Schultz died Sunday after being shot Friday night while responding to a call in Merrillville.
Merrillville Patrolman 2nd Class Nickolaus Schultz's patrol car sits in front of the Merrillville Municipal Complex with the front window black out with bunting to honor the life of Schultz. Schultz succumbed to his injuries Sunday morning after being shot late Friday.
Bunting is up at Merrillville Muncipal Complex after the death of officer Nickolaus Schultz on Sunday.
The police car of Merrillville police Patrolman 2nd Class Nickolaus Schultz is displayed in mourning Sunday after he died from a gunshot wound he suffered Friday. Schultz is the first Merrillville officer to be killed in the line of duty.
The patrol car of Patrolman 2nd Class Nickolaus Schultz is draped in bunting out of respect for him and flags are at half-staff at the Merrillville Municipal Complex on Sunday. An autopsy for the 24-year-old Merrillville officer is set for Monday in Chicago.
The town of Merrillville lowered its flags to half-staff Sunday after the death of Patrolman 2nd Class Nickolaus Schultz was announced. Schultz had been on the department for about a year. He was a 2009 Lowell High School graduate. He died Sunday after being mortally wounded in the line of d…
Merrillville Fire Department firefighters hang purple bunting from the entrance to the Merrillville Municipal Complex on Sunday to honor Patrolman 2nd Class Nickolaus Schultz. Schultz died from his injuries Sunday.
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