GARY | More than 60 city police officers and firefighters picketed Tuesday outside Gary City Hall to seek pay raises and better equipment.
HEBRON | The town could begin accepting applications for the police chief's position in October but the job apparently belongs to Tony Frencl until the end of the year.
GRIFFITH | Police Chief Greg Mance attributes Griffith's continued decline in crime rates to his officers' hard work and the success of several new programs.
HOBART | The Hobart Police Department is accepting applications from people interested in working as crossing guards.
CEDAR LAKE | Police rescued four children and one adult from a burning home on Cedar Lake's east side early Sunday after officers spotted smoke in the area, officials said.
GARY | A steady stream of mourners paid their respects Sunday to fallen Gary Patrolman Jeffrey Westerfield.
Hundreds of motorcyclists rode from Portage to the Gary Police Department to honor Patrolman Jeffery Westerfield who was killed in the line of duty.
CEDAR LAKE | A Cedar Lake woman is charged with three felonies in an alleged Sunday burglary at Lake Liquors, 13146 Wicker Ave.
MICHIGAN CITY | Indiana State Police have agreed to investigate whether several Michigan City police investigators improperly overheard a conversation between a murder suspect and his attorney, city officials said.
CROWN POINT | When a few thousand car enthusiasts drop by for the afternoon, it requires a little more preparation than having a few extra bags of nachos.
PORTAGE | A driver was arrested Tuesday after hitting a Portage police officer, hitting four squad cars and shouting, "There is only one true God" and "Allah Hu Akbar," as officers pulled him from his vehicle, authorities said.
CALUMET CITY | The City Council gave public recognition Thursday to eight people who participated in the Police Department’s first Citizen’s Academy – a program meant to give local residents firsthand exposure to exactly what it is their law enforcement officers do.
GRIFFITH | Police and town officials are crediting community partnerships for a continued decline in crime in Griffith.
LOWELL | Officers at the Lowell Police Department are holstering a different weapon these days.
SCHERERVILLE | Schererville residents can share their thoughts about the Police Department by participating in a survey available on the town's website, www.schererville.org.
HIGHLAND | The Town Council is buying some new equipment for the Police and Fire departments.
HOBART | City officials have agreed to buy a $412,255 new pumper firetruck for the Hobart Fire Department from a St. John company.
EAST CHICAGO | East Chicago plans to accept applications for new police officers.
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