VALPARAISO | Valparaiso students returning to school on Wednesday will be greeted by Valparaiso police officers.
VALPARAISO | Law enforcement agencies across Indiana are participating in the national Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over campaign now through Labor Day.
Dark Lord Day is here; Blue Chip's It's Vegas Baby! goes all Italiano starting next Thursday and some divine culinary opportunities at Art Attack in Harbor Country this weekend.--- Pat Colander, Associate Publisher and Editor, Shore Magazine.
The mystery dinner lives at Lake Michigan College while Ivy Tech gets groovy tonight; Miller Bakery Cafe hosts Save the Dunes benefit wine-and-food-tasting and Pure Michigan has a meat pie recipe.--- Pat Colander, Associate Publisher and Editor, Shore Magazine.
The Valparaiso Police Department showcased a new interactive training simulator which allows them to recreate various scenarios.
VALPARAISO | A police officer responding to a suspicious person call approaches a man standing next to his car. The car's hood is up, and the man says something to the officer, who turns and begins to walk away when the man suddenly whips out a gun and prepares to shoot at nearly point blank range.
VALPARAISO | The city's Police Department had its accreditation by the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies renewed for another three years.
HAMMOND | A former Valparaiso city employee settled a lawsuit against the city and Police Department relating to allegations of age discrimination, federal court records state.
VALPARAISO | Statistics released Tuesday by the Valparaiso Police Department for 2012 show a 14 percent decrease in the number of major crimes reported compared to 2011.
VALPARAISO | It was a time to celebrate and also reflect on the dangers officers face every day as the city's police force gathered Wednesday morning for the department's annual inspection.
VALPARAISO | Nary a speck of dirt was seen on any of the dozens of squad cars parked Wednesday outside the Valparaiso Police Department.
It's a shame that a Valparaiso ethics ordinance is being used to force the demotion of a fire chief with apparently impeccable ethics.
VALPARAISO | It appears Valparaiso will be getting a new fire chief.
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