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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.
CHICAGO | A federal magistrate spent the day Wednesday trying to resolve differences of opinion between Thornton Township High School District 205 officials and parents who oppose the district's proposed restructuring that would turn Thornridge High School into a "freshman-only campus.
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