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Noll's Bella Kuechenberg quickly adjusted to new positions on volleyball court

Noll's Bella Kuechenberg quickly adjusted to new positions on volleyball court

When Bella Kuechenberg learned that she'd likely be called on to play all around in her freshman volleyball season, the libero immediately started taking hitting lessons.

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LaPorte County woman charged with battery after Walmart incident with 5-year-old

LAPORTE | A woman is accused of repeatedly striking her 5-year-old daughter and dragging her across the floor at Walmart in LaPorte.

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2 stabbed during disturbance in Gary, police say

GARY | Two men were stabbed early Sunday during a disturbance in Gary's Tolleston neighborhood, police said.

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Morgan Township's Alison Goetz

Morgan Township's Alison Goetz

Morgan Township's Alison Goetz has been a starter since her freshman year.

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Porter County crime briefs

Porter Co. cops investating four home burglaries

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Portage man charged with strangling son's mother

PORTAGE | A 23-year-old Portage man was charged with felony strangulation and a misdemeanor count of domestic battery Saturday after allegedly trying to strangle the mother of his 6-month-old son.

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Quiz: "Friends" trivia

Quiz: "Friends" trivia

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JOHN DOHERTY: AAOS Advocates ACL Actions

In the aftermath of a tear of the knee’s anterior cruciate ligament (ACL), patient and family — while mourning the loss of a season and possibly a career — must decide the whens, whys, and wherefores of reconstructive surgery.

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Valparaiso-area man dies while hiking in Grand Canyon

A Valparaiso-area man died Friday while hiking in Grand Canyon National Park.

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Two arrested, charged with murder in Michigan City

Two arrested, charged with murder in Michigan City

MICHIGAN CITY | Charges were filed Monday against two men accused of murdering a man in Michigan City last month.

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Porter County police seek driver of suspicious van

SOUTH HAVEN | A South Haven woman reported to the Porter County Sheriff's Department that her two sons were approached by a man in a van as she biked with them Friday evening.

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Alison Goetz and Courtney Maxwell

Alison Goetz and Courtney Maxwell

Alison Goetz, left, and Courtney Maxwell have been starters on varsity since they were freshmen. The Morgan Twp. seniors helped lead the program to its first winning record in 12 years last season.

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Morgan Township's Courtney Maxwell

Morgan Township's Courtney Maxwell

Morgan Township's Courtney Maxwell has been a starter since she was a freshman.

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Alison Goetz, Morgan Township

Alison Goetz, Morgan Township

Morgan Township's Alison Goetz

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Few openings when it comes to Blackhawks roster

CHICAGO (AP) — The microscope is out, and every move is being watched closely. A few loose pucks could make the difference between playing for the Chicago Blackhawks and a trip to the minors.

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Biden to Hispanics: Obama will act on immigration

WASHINGTON (AP) — Vice President Joe Biden told frustrated Hispanic leaders Monday President Barack Obama is "absolutely committed to moving forward" on comprehensive immigration reforms "and he's going to do an awful lot."

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Company accuses Hammond schools of collusion in boiler bid

HAMMOND | An Illinois company is steamed it wasn't awarded a contract for a boiler replacement project at Morton Senior High School and is suing both the School City of Hammond and the winning bidder, Stevens Engineers & Constructors Inc.

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Gallery: The Times Photos of the Week

Gallery: The Times Photos of the Week

Browse this gallery to view some photos taken by Times photographers this week.

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AP PHOTOS: White House security over the years

AP PHOTOS: White House security over the years

FILE - In this April 14, 2000 file photo, uniformed Secret Service officers with gas masks, batons, and shields march on the North Lawn of the White House in Washington. As the number of demonstrators protesting against the World Bank and International Monetary Fund increases, so has securit…

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AP PHOTOS: White House security over the years

AP PHOTOS: White House security over the years

FILE - In this undated circa 19th century file photo, a farmer works the landscape with a horse in foreground of the White House in Washington. The Secret Service is boosting security outside the White House following an embarrassing security breach in which an intruder with a knife scaled t…

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AP PHOTOS: White House security over the years

AP PHOTOS: White House security over the years

FILE - In this Dec. 6, 1960 file photo, onlookers jam the sidewalks on Pennsylvania Avenue as President-elect John F. Kennedy, in a white auto, arrives at the northwest gate of the White House in Washington. The Secret Service is boosting security outside the White House following an embarra…

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AP PHOTOS: White House security over the years

AP PHOTOS: White House security over the years

FILE - In this Feb. 5, 1979 file photo, an early arriving farmer leaves his tractor parked in front of the White House in Washington, as he and others blocked Traffic on Pennsylvania Avenue. Police quickly cleared the area. The Secret Service is boosting security outside the White House foll…

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AP PHOTOS: White House security over the years

AP PHOTOS: White House security over the years

FILE - In this May 20, 1995 file photo, a flag soars above the White House in Washington, as construction workers place traffic barricades on the north sidewalk of Lafayette Park across from the White House. President Bill Clinton ordered the immediate closing of Pennsylvania Avenue in front…

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AP PHOTOS: White House security over the years

AP PHOTOS: White House security over the years

FILE - In this May 9, 1995 file photo, cars and buses move along the lane of traffic on Pennsylvania Avenue near the White House in Washington, in the most visible tightening of presidential security since the Oklahoma City bombing. The Secret Service and the White House emphasized that the …

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