Valparaiso police Officer Jerame Simpson talks with Dejon Walker, 14, during the F.O.P. Lodge 76 sponsored Shop with A Cop event at Target in Valparaiso.
Valparaiso police Lt. Dave Richardson helps Elijah Holman, 11, pick out shoes during the F.O.P. Lodge 76-sponsored Shop with A Cop event at Target in Valparaiso.
HIGHLAND | Eight children gathered among the red carts and giant pencil cut-outs at the Target retail store in Highland, excited to join a bustle of shopping for school supplies.
MUNSTER | Munster police are looking for a woman accused of using a stolen credit card at Target.
Munster police are asking for the public's help identifying this woman, who is a suspect in a stolen credit card case.
Lance Baker, from left, Michael Mahler and Norm Boucher, bet on the green in "The Fox on the Fairway."
Valparaiso Police Officer Mark LaMotte keeps tabs on cost while shopping with third-grader Israel Rodriguez and his sister, sixth-grader Mirella Rodriguez, during the Shop with a Cop event Friday at Target in Valparaiso. Police took children from Valparaiso's Housing Opportunity Program shop…
Valparaiso Police Officer Casey Pedersen walks with kindergartener Aubriana Pulsoni during the Shop with a Cop event at the Valparaiso Target. Members of the Police Department took children from Valparaiso's Housing Opportunity Program shopping for school supplies.
Valparaiso Police Officer Casey Pedersen eats lunch with first-grader Alivia Pulsoni, from left, kindergartner Aubriana Pulsoni and fifth-grader Elijah Holman at the Valparaiso Target food court during the Shop with a Cop event.
HOBART | A 39-year-old Hobart man is responsible for a series of television thefts from both Target and hhgregg, police said.
EAST CHICAGO | Moms Taking Charge (MTC) held its '2nd Mommy & Me Story Hour' event sponsored by Target Early Childhood Reading Grant and in conjunction with Indiana Literacy Coalition "Time Out for Reading."
MINNEAPOLIS | Target Corporation (NYSE:TGT) announced the names of the 50 recipients that were selected to receive a $100,000 grant to purchase much-needed resources and improve their learning environments. Rolling Prairie School is one of the recipients. The $5 million donation from Target …
CEDAR LAKE | Jane Ball Elementary School received a $500 Books for Schools award from Target stores. Target has teamed with a non-profit organization, First Book, to help reach their goal of donating $1 billion to schools to enhance their reading programs or school libraries.
Capt. Mike DeHaven listens to 3-year-old Ian Glancy while he eats pizza Wednesday during the Valparaiso Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 76 Shop With a Cop event at Target in Valparaiso. Target donated food for the children.
Capt. Mike DeHaven helps 3-year-old Ian Glancy find back-to-school clothes Wednesday during the Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 76 Shop With a Cop at the Valparaiso Target store.
Valparaiso patrolman Keith Perez helps Rion Jackson, 7, pick out jeans for school Wednesday during Shop With a Cop at the Target store in Valparaiso. Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 76 sponsored the event.
Valparaiso patrolman Todd Kobitz, left, and police volunteer Ruby Berkoski, center, help 9-year-old Bailey Glancy pick out back-to-school clothes Wednesday during the Valparaiso Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 76 Shop With a Cop at Target in Valparaiso.
Valparaiso junior Ben Kalisch grew three inches since last season. Now at 6-foot-1, he's added more power to his game.
Valparaiso junior Ben Kalisch takes over at No. 1 singles this season. He spent the last two seasons at No. 2. He was 19-1 last year.
Amanda Childress, right, helps Eulalia, 6, left, and Elizabeth, 9, pick out clothing Tuesday at the Valparaiso Target. About 20 students were given a gift card to shop for school clothing at the store.
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