- 1 Man loses job, goes to jail after Facebook comments targeting police
- 2 Officials seek help ID'ing woman killed by semi on U.S. 30
- 3 Four teens charged in killing at River Oaks Mall
- 4 Munster man expected to serve 11 years under OWI plea agreement
- 5 Trees, utility poles downed as storm slams region
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.
Myers Elementary School first-graders Meadow Krikshiunas, Adrianna Toledo, Ashlee Hampton and Mason Lankford pose as teeth Thursday as they learn about flossing from Portage High School junior Megan Bodo. Bodo and other dental hygiene vocational program students were teaching the Portage fir…
Portage High School junior Xavier Rogers uses "Bobo" on Thursday to show Myers Elementary School kindergartner Cayley Markos how to brush her teeth. Rogers and other dental hygiene vocational program students were teaching the elementary school students about dental care.
Portage High School junior Xavier Rogers uses "Bobo" to show Myers Elementary School kindergartners how to brush their teeth Thursday. Rogers and other dental hygiene vocational program students were teaching the students about dental care.
Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller talks Wednesday morning in the South Bend Chocolate Factory after filing a lawsuit at the Porter County Courthouse against a foreclosure consultant company.
Myers Elementary School Principal Jeff King greets students and parents as students return to school from summer vacation. Myers Elementary School was a Blue Ribbon school last year.
Bride Michelle Manganiello of Worth, Ill., wipes a tear during her vows with Chicago resident Joe Quinn III during a WGN-sponsored contest and ceremony Thursday at Meyer's Castle in Dyer.
Michelle Manganiello of Worth, Ill., and Joe Quinn III of Chicago sit in a horse-drawn carriage after being married during a WGN-sponsored ceremony at Meyer's Castle in Dyer on Thursday.
Portage High School drama student Morgan Jackson tries to get smile and laugh out of Myers Elementary School student Sydney Ford during a game of, "Honey, I'm Sorry" on Thursday afternoon at Myers Elementary School.
Portage High School drama teacher, Rae Disco, center, works with Myers Elementary drama club students Thursday as she and three of her own students do a workshop that included various activities to help students express themselves onstage.
Poet Bill Buczinsky jumps over a line of four Myers Elementary School students and school gym teacher Sarah Paate, at end, after reciting a poem about the leap Friday, April 23 at the Portage school. Buczinsky teaches kids about rhythm and rhyme during his hour presentation.
Myers Elementary School third-grader Ethan Steinburg, 8, dresses his sundae with the help of his mother, Stephanie, during an ice cream social event at Myers on Monday.
Myers Elementary School kindergartner Brynn Quilter, on right, eats ice cream with her sister Kayla, 3, during Monday's ice cream social and open house in celebration of Myers -- in Portage -- being named a nationally recognized Blue Ribbon school.
Portage Mayor Olga Velazquez slaps hands with Myers Elementary School students Monday as she runs to the front of the gymnasium to congratulate the children and faculty on being named a nationally recognized Blue Ribbon School.
Jeff King, principal at Myers Elementary School in Portage, claps with students to the Kool & the Gang song "Celebration" on Monday during a gathering to celebrate Myers being named a national Blue Ribbon School.
Myers Elementary School students sing Monday beneath a flag proclaiming the Portage school a nationally recognized Blue Ribbon School.
Myers Elementary School students perform a dance to the Black Eyed Peas' song "I Gotta Feeling" on Monday during a gathering to celebrate the naming of Myers as a nationally recognized Blue Ribbon School.
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