HOBART | A 19-year-old Hobart man and his 13-year-old girlfriend worked as a team in an attempted purse snatching, police said.
HOBART | A Hobart couple broke into a city home and stole a television and other electronics, police said.
HOBART | A 50-year-old Chicago man stole cash from two local stores and a heart monitor from a local hospital, police said.
LAKE STATION | A 21-year-old Gary man sexually abused a girl in Lake Station, police said.
LAKE STATION | A 27-year-old Lake Station man broke in to his dead brother's home and stole cash, tools and guns, police said.
HOBART | Police said a 41-year-old Hobart man shot his 20-year-old cousin and godson in the forearm.
HOBART | A man broke into a Hobart business where he had been a maintenance worker and stole a flat-screen television, police said.
HOBART | Two men stole credit cards from an acquaintance and went on a spending spree at several Hobart stores, police said.
MERRILLVILLE | A 22-year-old Merrillville man attempted to take cash from a fast-food restaurant and then left after the clerk told him she didn't have any money, police said.
HOBART | A 23-year-old Hammond man used a large stick to brutally beat another man outside a Hobart bar, police said.
HOBART | A Valparaiso couple stole a woman's credit card and used it to charge purchases at a Hobart business, police said.
HOBART | A 28-year-old Hobart man has been charged for the second time with burglarizing his parents' Hobart home, police said.
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HOBART | Police said they used blood samples left behind by a Gary man to connect him to an attempted truck theft in Hobart.
HOBART | An Illinois man was charged Wednesday with 10 counts of theft for allegedly stealing $8,000 that was supposed to fund a Hobart youth baseball team's uniforms and tournament fees.
HOBART | A 33-year-old Winamac man left the scene of an accident, police said.
Duluth, Minn., and Gary, Ind., have more than one connection.
HOBART| A Cedar Lake man allegedly stole close to $700 while working for a fire restoration company, police said.
Duluth, Minnesota Mayor Don Ness believes jobs are going to keep his city afloat and lift its population. The city is moving away from heavy industry and shipping to support opportunities in tourism, health care and manufacturing.
DULUTH, Minn. | While people may continue to fall in love with its pretty shoreline, Mayor Don Ness believes jobs are going to keep Duluth afloat and one day lift the city's population.
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