Anti-gay protesters heckle marchers in the Gay Pride Parade along Fifth Avenue on Sunday, June 25, 1990 in New York. About 200,000 people marched in the 21st annual gay and lesbian parade in Manhattan demanding better AIDS treatment and civil rights. (AP Photo/David A. Cantor)
This is a close up of the court order which was placed on the front door, and closed down the St. Mark�s Baths in New York�s Greenwich Village, Jan. 6, 1986, New York. This was done in an effort to prevent the spread of Aids. There are 14,000 Americans in which Aids has been diagnosed. (AP P…
The original manuscript of Abraham Lincoln's sad farewell to the peoples of Springfield, Ill., as he departed to take over the Presidency, was included in the Lincoln papers opened at the Liberty of Congress in Washington, D.C., July 26. (AP Photo)
Actor Leonard Nimoy, formerly of television?s Star Trek, talks with fellow picketeer in Hollywood, Thursday, May 14, 1981. Actors demonstrated their support for the striking writers Guild of America in a joint march which was the first major show of support for the writers by the actors. (AP…
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MERRILLVILLE | Merrillville High School students had an opportunity to participate in a simulation focusing on the dangers of texting while driving.
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Michigan City police are warning of spam texts that could make consumers vulnerable to scams.
Valparaiso Police Chief Michael Brickner announces the new TIP411 anonymous texting system Tuesday during a press conference at the department. Anonymous tipsters must put "VALPO" as the first word of their text to 847411 in order for the Valparaiso Police Department to receive the message.
A poster for the Valparaiso Police Department was displayed Tuesday that shows off the department's new TIP411 anonymous texting system.
Valparaiso Police Department Chief Michael Brickner, left, announces their new TIP411 anonymous texting system Tuesday while Valpraiso Mayor Jon Costas watches during a press conference.
Valparaiso Police Public Information Officer Sgt. Michael Grennes shows off their new TIP411 texting system Tuesday during a press conference at the department.