One of the most unique places in Indiana is Mount Baldy on the southern rim of Lake Michigan.
It has been six months since little Nathan Woessner was rescued from beneath the sands of Mount Baldy, but the story isn't forgotten. Nor is it over.
INDIANAPOLIS | The return of Hoosier lawmakers to the Statehouse on Tuesday was reminiscent of the first day of school after summer break: Representatives and senators caught up with old friends, said hello to colleagues and pushed the buttons on new electronic voting machines.
Indiana Governor Mike Pence, Michigan City Mayor Ron Meer and Greg Woessner, the father of Nathan Woessner, honored and thanked the crews who saved Nathan from a sinkhole in Mt. Baldy.
MICHIGAN CITY | Nathan Woessner seemed just like any other first-grader joking with his siblings and jumping out of his seat curious to find out what was in the lobby or another room.
MICHIGAN CITY | Nathan Woessner's rescuers will get their day in the spotlight next week.
MICHIGAN CITY | Investigators have discovered another hole at the Mount Baldy dune similar to the hole that enveloped a 6-year-old Illinois boy in July.
MICHIGAN CITY | A month after 6-year-old Nathan Woessner was swallowed by a sinkhole, officials are still trying to figure out why it happened and if it could happen again.
MICHIGAN CITY | Gov. Mike Pence will attend a ceremony to honor everyone involved in the rescue of a 6-year-old boy who became buried under 11 feet of sand along Michigan City's lakefront.
Franciscan St. Anthony Health emergency room physician Dr. Justin Hepker, right, talks to patient Russell Lipsey, of Michigan City, at the hospital in Michigan City. Americans are in store for significant health care changes in the coming months, as major components of the Affordable Care Ac…
Nathan Woessner, the 6-year-old boy who was swallowed by a sand dune two weeks ago, has been released after four days of rehabilitative care at a Chicago children's hospital.
Nathan Woessner, the 6-year-old Sterling, Ill. boy rescued from underneath some 11 feet of sand July 12, was discharged from the University of Chicago Medicine Comer Children’s Hospital on Tuesday.
CHICAGO | Six-year-old Nathan Woessner of Sterling, Ill, continues to improve 10 days after being rescued from beneath 11 feet of sand July 12 at the Mount Baldy area of Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore.
MICHIGAN CITY | The 6-year-old boy rescued from a sand dune at Mount Baldy last week remained in serious condition Friday but is now able to eat and walk with assistance, officials said.
The Franciscan St. Anthony Health emergency room team that stabilized 6-year-old Nathan Woessner after he was trapped in sand at the Mount Baldy sand dune is shown. From left, the team is RN Jennifer Barnes, Dr. Justin Hepker, RN Lori Bridegroom and RN Jennifer Mrozinski.
Franciscan St. Anthony Health emergency room physician Dr. Justin Hepker, right, talks to patient Russell Lipsey, of Michigan City, at the hospital in Michigan City. Hepker led the team that stabilized 6-year-old Nathan Woessner after he was trapped in sand.
LAPORTE | A special fund has been set up by the LaPorte County Unity Foundation to help the family of Nathan Woessner, the 6-year-old recovering from his fall into a sandpit at the Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore.
Don Reul, grandfather of Nathan Woessner, talks with the media about the condition of his grandson after he fell into a sinkhole at Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore.
CHICAGO | The coroner was standing by when they pulled the cold and lifeless 6-year-old boy from the sinkhole that suddenly swallowed him at the Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore.
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