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Highland's Robert E. Montgomery II laughs as he tells a story about his time in the Korean War as part of the 2nd Engineering Group in the Army Corps of Engineers.
Calumet Township Trustee Mary Elgin, right, joined The Times' Crista Zivanovic and Doug Ross on this week's nwi.com Political Roundtable video.
The Rev. Roger Bower of St. Andrew's Episcopal Church in Valparaiso administers ashes as part of his church's drive-thru Ash Wednesday service. Bower said it's the first year he's tried the service at St. Andrew's.
U.S. Air Force veteran Fred Schultz, of Munster, laughs as he tells a story from his 15 months of service as a radio operator in Korea.
Schererville's Edward Zurawski talks about his time as a supply sergeant with the 45th Infantry Division in the U.S. Army during the Korean War.
Ed Wroblewski, a Korean War veteran, talks about his experiences serving on the USS Floyd B. Parks for two years.
This week's Roundtable looks at Indiana's gay marriage amendment, gun buy-back legislation and the State of the Union address.
Valparaiso honored two of its most celebrated basketball players - Bryce Drew and Bruce Lindner - by retiring their jersey, No. 24, prior to the Crusaders' win over Green Bay Wednesday night.
Veteran Larry Skonie talks about his time in Korea as a mechanic with the 179th Infantry.
Emergency personnel work at the scene of a multiple vehicle accident on I-94 near U.S. 421 in Michigan City.
Korean War veteran Louis Kaplan trained as a radio operator in the U.S. Army and spent 14 months in Korea, working alongside Turkish troops.
Korean War veteran Bruce Ross served as an outpost observer in the U.S. Army during the Korean War, searching for enemy activity and providing covering fire for patrols.
Korean War veteran John Rattray Sr. talks about his time as an Army cook.
Craig Earley, Lowell Town Council Vice President
Watch Lowell residents and town officials talk about the effect the Illiana Expressway will have on their properties and the community.
U.S. Attorney David Capp announces indictments against members and associates of the Two Six street gang during a news conference Thursday at the East Chicago Police Department.
East Chicago Police Chief Mark Becker, left, and U.S. Attorney David Capp on Thursday announce indictments against members and associates of the Two Six street gang.
A bus waits for residents Monday after an East Chicago neighborhood was evacuated following a gas leak. The bus provided warmth to those forced out of their homes.
Joe Pupillo cries while recounting the memory of finding his friend Ron Lilledahl killed in a foxhole during the Korean War.
After serving in Korea, Joe Pupillo was stationed at Quantico, Va., and the base's stables. Pupillo holds a photo of himself jumping with a horse.
Korean War veteran Joe Pupillo laughs while telling a story about his time in Korea.
After serving in Korea, Joe Pupillo was stationed at Quantico, Va., and the base's stables. Pupillo holds a photo of himself (right) on his horse in formation during drills.
Joe Pupillo holds a photo of himself (right) posing with family and neighbors. Pupillo enlisted in the Marines in 1949 and served in the Korean War.
After serving in Korea, Joe Pupillo was stationed at Quantico, Va., and the base's stables. Pupillo holds a photo of himself (second from right) in a display of pack horses.
Ford celebrated the 100th anniversary of the assembly line with a tour for members of the media on Monday.
Emergency crews clean up the scene following a four-vehicle crash Monday morning on Calumet Avenue near Centennial Park.
A car's bumper rests on the curb following a four-vehicle crash Monday morning on Calumet Avenue near Centennial Park
A crowd waits Tuesday for the South Shore Convention and Visitors Authority's Rube Goldberg machine to start. The starting portion included a toy car rolling down a ramp. The elaborate machine was constructed to select the winner of a $2,000 gift card to Family Express stores.
A sign at the South Shore Convention and Visitors Authority informs guests about the massive Rube Goldberg machine in its Wellman Exhibit Hall.
A basketball and a Ferris wheel were incorporated into the Rube Goldberg machine the South Shore Convention and Visitors Authority constructed. The organization built the machine over several months to select the winner of a $2,000 gift card to Family Express stores on Tuesday, July 30.
Firefighters battled a blaze in a florist's workshop near Meyer's Castle restaurant in Dyer on Friday, July 19.
Dr. Tracy Koogler, right, medical director of the pediatric intensive care unit at the University of Chicago Medicine, listens Monday to Don Reul describe the injuries his grandson, Nathan Woessner, suffered after falling in a sinkhole at Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore.
Don Reul talks to the media Monday about the condition of his grandson, Nathan Woessner, who fell into a sinkhole at Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore.
Alice's Garden Toy Boutique in Chesterton sells toys constructed of renewable and eco-friendly sources.
The July 3 edition of the Roundtable discusses the delay on the Gary/Chicago airport expansion, the Indiana GOP chairman successor and the delay on Obamacare implementation.
The toys in Alice's Garden Toy Boutique in Chesterton are made from renewable sources. This toy helicopter is made from bamboo.
Zach Kinsey, co-owner of Alice's Garden Toy Boutique, shows some of the toys in his store that are made from bamboo. Kinsey's store sells toys made from renewable and eco-friendly sources.
Tracy Melcher,left, and Zach Kinsey own Alice's Garden Toy Boutique, a toy store that specializes in eco-friendly toys.
When storms roll through northwest Indiana, storm spotter Eric Gibson is out tracking them for the National Weather Service.
Eric Gibson checks his smartphone for radar on storms earlier this month in the Valparaiso area.
Storm spotter Eric Gibson is shown keeping track of a storm passing over Valparaiso two weeks ago.
This week's Roundtable discusses the shakeup in the Indiana GOP and the reaction of local politicians to the NSA surveillance programs.
Gary firefighters were on the scene of a garage fire in the Aetna neighborhood.
This week's roundtable discusses the Supreme Court's decision on patenting human genes, GMOs, immigration reform, and the future of the Gary airport.
Mayor of Gary Karen Freeman-Wilson, the Rev. Jesse Jackson and Judge Greg Mathis eulogize former Gary Mayor Rudy Clay.
The June 6 edition discusses the RICO case in East Chicago, the legacy of former Gary Mayor Rudy Clay, and the new Lake County Juvenile Court Judge.
The Times' Jim Hunsley & Steve Hanlon talk with members of the Portage softball team heading into its state championship game Saturday.
Leon's Triathlon attracted some of the nation's top triathletes to Wolf Lake.
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