INDIANAPOLIS | Gary Mayor Karen Freeman-Wilson is accusing the Republican-controlled General Assembly of turning a blind eye to the effects of gun violence, so state lawmakers can curry favor with gun manufacturers and retailers.
INDIANAPOLIS | The Senate approved a two-year, $31.5 billion state spending plan Wednesday that increases education funding by $466 million dollars, delivers more of that money to region schools than the House-approved budget and supports expanding the South Shore Line.
INDIANAPOLIS | The Indiana House has revised a Senate-approved plan for a thorough shake-up of the State Board of Education to primarily target Democrat Glenda Ritz for removal as its chairwoman.
LAPORTE | At the recent Purdue Extension LaPorte County annual meeting, Diana Werner was announced as the recipient for the fourth annual Ned E. Kalb Community Leadership Award. Werner was presented a plaque and will have her name added to the permanent plaque, donated by Dick Reel that hang…
LAPORTE | The LaPorte Jaycees group is hosting its first annual candidates forum from 6 to 8 p.m. Wednesday April 29 at the Kesling Middle School auditorium, 306 E. 18th St.
LAPORTE | LaPorte police on Monday were grappling for leads on who put marijuana in a Goodwill donation box.
Editors note: The Times columnist and Investigative Editor Marc Chase is portraying a 19th century journalist at the 150th anniversary of the surrender that effectively ended the Civil War in Appomattox Court House, Va. He is embedded with the 20th Indiana Infantry re-enactors, covering the …
INDIANAPOLIS | The Indiana House and Senate voted this week on numerous legislative proposals ahead of the upcoming Wednesday deadline for House-approved measures to pass the Senate and Senate-endorsed plans to clear the House.
UNION MILLS | Stealing on farms is typically not discovered until after the thieves are long gone, but the actions of one Northwest Indiana farmer who saw it happening to him could have solved a spree of similar thefts.
INDIANAPOLIS | The dream of land-based gaming in Northwest Indiana is edging closer to reality after the Senate voted 36-13 Thursday to authorize the state's casinos move off their permanently docked riverboats.
LAPORTE | "This is the weirdest show I have ever done in my 10-year career," comedian Ryan Clauson said.
LAPORTE COUNTY | Police are trying to figure out who sabotaged a workplace coffee pot with rat poison.
LAPORTE | Candy made with marijuana in states where legalized pot is sold commercially is turning up in Northwest Indiana.
LAPORTE | The first day after Easter is no ordinary Monday in LaPorte where people flock to the bars to celebrate Dyngus Day.
INDIANAPOLIS | While the Indiana General Assembly seemingly was consumed this week by debate over the "religious freedom" law and its nondiscrimination fix, lawmakers still managed to vote on other pending legislation.
LAPORTE | The LaPorte Jaycees is rolling out its annual Easter Egg Hunt for the community at 9 a.m. Saturday at the LaPorte County Fairgrounds, 2581 W. Ind. 2.
LAPORTE | It was business as usual Tuesday at the historic LaPorte County Courthouse after two boilers leaked deadly gas Monday that produced levels that could have been lethal.
LAPORTE | The LaPorte Police Department recently completed an aggressive and dangerous driving enforcement event from March 14 to 24.
LAPORTE | About one half of all middle school and high school students in LaPorte voluntarily received free heart screenings in memory of a student who died in 2013 from an undetected heart condition.
LAPORTE | LaPorte Mayor Blair Milo on Friday outlined a plan to make her city the happiest in Indiana by getting people inspired and providing them with more hope and opportunity.
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