Lip Service: Actress Sally Kellerman, with some help from Munster High grad, busy promoting new autobiography
Hollywood actress Sally Kellerman admits of all her show biz stories from a 50-year-plus career.
HOBART | Silverstone Crossing, a commercial property once called "golden" by city officials, remains at a standstill.
JOHANNESBURG | The murder case involving Olympic star Oscar Pistorius took another unexpected turn Sunday with the news that his older brother, Carl, is himself facing charges for the death of a woman in a traffic accident.
HOBART | Silverstone Crossing, a long-stagnant commercial development, is slated for a future auction sale, a lawyer for one of the property owners said.
Millions of Americans with disabilities have gained innumerable rights and opportunities in recent years, but advocates say barriers can block one basic human right: To be a parent.
Stalwart region civic leader and former Indiana State Bar Association President Frederick Eichhorn Jr. died Wednesday at the age of 81.
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INDIANAPOLIS | State Sen. Mike Delph, R-Carmel, has passed the Indiana bar exam after failing the required test to become a lawyer on his first try.
Attorney Kenneth Allen and Beth Urschel, who was injured during the Indiana State Fair stage collapse, leave Friday after a news conference announcing a lawsuit filed on behalf of Urschel and her life partner, Tammy VanDam, who was killed in the collapse.
Wanatah resident Beth Urschel weeps Friday while talking to the media about the Indiana State Fair stage collapse during a news conference announcing two separate lawsuits.
Wanatah resident Beth Urschel, who was injured in the Indiana State Fair stage collapse, talks to the media during a news conference Friday at Kenneth Allen and Associates law firm in Valparaiso. Urschel's life partner was killed in the collapse.
Attorney Kenneth Allen and Beth Urschel, who was injured during the Indiana State Fair stage collapse, arrive Friday for a news conference announcing a lawsuit filed on behalf of Urschel and her life partner, Tammy VanDam, who was killed in the collapse.
Attorney Kenneth Allen watches a video of the Indiana State Fair stage collapse during a news conference Friday at his Valparaiso office.
Phil Potempa's daily entertainment news column.
HAMMOND | Two days before he was to be sentenced for health care fraud, a Chicago lab manager moved to withdraw his guilty plea.
CROWN POINT | A Lake Superior Court judge criticized a proposal to lop 25 defense lawyers from five county courts as uninformed and impractical.
Actor John O'Hurley has returned to the lawyer stage role he loves, headlining in the new national tour of the musical "Chicago" playing this weekend at the Oriental Theatre in Chicago.
INDIANAPOLIS | State Sen. Mike Delph, R-Carmel, who missed a February Indiana Senate vote on his controversial anti-illegal immigration proposal to take the bar exam is not on the list of people who passed the required test to become a lawyer.
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