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HAMMOND | Two region businessmen will each spend time in federal prison for their roles in a real estate fraud scheme that prosecutors say bilked hundreds of thousands of dollars from unsuspecting lenders and homebuyers.
HAMMOND | A former downstate police officer was sentenced Friday to 40 years in federal prison for his role in a region drug dealing and weapons conspiracy, prosecutors announced.
HAMMOND | A ranking member of a region street gang offered a cautionary tale to other would-be gang members Thursday ahead of his afternoon federal sentencing hearing.
EAST CHICAGO | Former East Chicago Public Library Director Manny Montalvo pleaded guilty in Hammond federal court Thursday to one count of filing a false tax return.
A federal lawsuit alleges an Ultra Foods grocery store in Merrillville refused to hire women for night shift stocking jobs.
HAMMOND | A former Morton High School teacher faces sentencing later this year after admitting to two counts of receiving child pornography.
HAMMOND | A Mexican citizen has agreed to plead guilty to a methamphetamine dealing charge that originated with a Merrillville traffic stop, federal court records show.
HAMMOND | A former medical resident of a Northwest Indiana hospital has agreed to plead guilty to illegally prescribing narcotic painkillers, court records show.
CHICAGO | Former Merrillville attorney Fred Cuppy will spend a year and a day in federal prison following a perjury conviction involving a scheme to hide the wealth of a hospital official.
When U.S. District Court Judge James T. Moody sentenced former Lake County Clerk Tom Philpot on Thursday, it was good news for ethics in government.
HAMMOND | A region man convicted in a Chicago-to-Northwest Indiana heroin dealing ring has been sentenced to six years in federal prison.
A Valparaiso man filed a plea agreement with federal prosecutors Tuesday, admitting to receiving child pornography.
HAMMOND | A Gary man filed documents Friday in U.S. District Court indicating he plans to admit to a role in distributing crack cocaine.
HAMMOND | A Michigan City man has agreed to plead guilty in U.S. District Court to armed drug trafficking.
Ten letters from family, friends, co-workers and the mother of a satisfied patient were filed in Hammond federal court Thursday, defending the convicted Merrillville "Nose Doctor" and his plea deal with prosecutors.
If I were former East Chicago Mayor George Pabey, I would wish I wasn't.
More than 1,000 local and federal Northwest Indiana law enforcement officers train together each year to stay ahead of the evolving criminal underground and learn new crime-fighting strategies.
HAMMOND | A Lake County man will be arraigned Thursday in U.S. District Court on a charge he was passing counterfeit bills.
CHICAGO | The lawsuit filed by Thornton Township High Schools District 205 parents who object to a proposed restructuring of the district's three high schools will resume in January.
A U.S. District Court Judge on Thursday denied a request for an injunction sought by five states that want to prevent the introduction of the invasive species Asian carp by closing Chicago's waterways to Lake Michigan.
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