- Fatal shooting marks region's first homicide of 2014
- 2 killed hours apart, marking region's first homicides of 2014
- E.C. teen dies, second wounded in shooting
- Hammond man struck, killed in apartment complex parking lot
- 1 dead, 1 arrested after shooting in Hammond
- Gary man killed in shooting Monday ID'd
- Chief: Hammond homicide likely drug related
- Michigan City woman found dead in her home
In the fourth quarter ending December 2013, 65% of homes in the U.S. were affordable to families earning the national median income of $64,400. That's down from 75% of homes in the same quarter last year.
Home prices in the U.S. continue to rise, with western region seeing the greatest increase over the past 12-months.
We're tracking homicides around the Region in 2014.
MERRILLVILLE | The Merrillville Police Department has created a tool to provide residents with information about some recent crimes in town.
This is a map showing the locations of all the Gary homicides in 2013. There were a total of 55 homicides compared to the 43 homicides in 2012.
Watch Lowell residents and town officials talk about the effect the Illiana Expressway will have on their properties and the community.
INDIANAPOLIS – The Indiana Office of Tourism Development has released the 2014 Indiana Official Roadway Map.
Jeffrin Lain, a Morgan Township Elementary School fourth-grade teacher, works with students as they measure distance on the Giant Traveling Map of Indiana on loan to her class for a week from the Geography Educators' Network in Indianapolis. From left is Xander Gring, Jonny Buyer and Danny Shirley.
Students in Jeffrin Lain's fourth-grade class searched for cities and towns on the Giant Traveling Map of Indiana on loan to her class for a week from the Geography Educators' Network in Indianapolis. Students could locate towns, research the five largest cities, check for birthplaces of fam…
Luke Hartley, 9, measures the length of the Ohio River on a Giant Traveling Map of Indiana on loan to Jeffrn Lain's fourth-grade class at Morgan Township Elementary School. Student found towns, researched the five largest cities, checked for birthplaces of famous people and discovered "oddba…
Plastic blocks, a single one representing 20,000 people, indicated populations of Indiana's five largest cities in Jeffrin Lain's fourth-grade class at Morgan Township Elementary School. The Giant Traveling Map from Geography Educators' Network in Indianapolis was on loan to Lain's class la…
Representatives from towns and cities in Lake and Porter counties attend a luncheon at Lost March Country Club in April, where the Northwestern Indiana Regional Planning Commission released an update to the 2008 Northwest Indiana bike map. The map shows routes for hiking, biking and paddling…
HAMMOND | An interactive map showing polling locations for the November general election is now live.
Valparaiso University Professor Ruth Johnston has 9-year-old cousins Jodi Lawson, of Mundelein, Ill., and Jack Lawson, of St. Charles, Ill., place cones Saturday on Indiana cities on the Giant Traveling Map of Indiana at the Porter County Museum. The two were visiting grandparents in Valparaiso.
Cousins Jodi and Jack Lawson, of Mundelein and St. Charles, Ill., respectively, complete projects on the Giant Traveling Map of Indiana at the Porter County Museum on Saturday. The two were visiting grandparents in Valparaiso.
Dennis Rotz, of Dyer, runs along the Erie Lackawanna Trail on Thursday in Griffith. The Northwestern Regional Planning Commission on Thursday released an update to its 2008 Northwest Indiana Bike Map. The map shows routes for hiking, biking and paddling, as well as existing trails and propos…
Representatives from region communities attend a luncheon Thursday at the Lost Marsh Country Club in Hammond, where the Northwestern Indiana Regional Planning Commission released an update to its 2008 Northwest Indiana Bike Map.
WINFIELD | A new detailed map of the Winfield and Lakes of the Four Seasons area is in production.
New federal map for what to plant reflects warming
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