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HAMMOND | Roman and Lucy Kiszenia were tired of patrons of the bar down their block occupying the street's parking spots.
GARY | You expect more from your family, Samuel Shaw said Thursday.
HAMMOND | The lawyer for former Hammond City Councilman Al Salinas is withdrawing as his attorney from Salinas' appeal.
GARY | Five and a half years after a toddler was shot to death in his car seat, a fresh set of investigative eyes is reviewing his unsolved case.
FORT WAYNE | After a series of delays and a venue change, the trial against two LaPorte school officials accused of covering up a sexual relationship between a coach and player has been set for January.
GARY | A young, shirtless boy peered into East Chicago Chief Mark Becker's squad last Monday and asked, meekly, if he had any doughnuts.
GARY | Gary resident Mallory Webb was arrested Wednesday on a warrant for invasion of privacy.
GARY | It started with just a look. A "funny," quick glance the driver gave to Gary police Officer Don Briggs. But it was enough.
CROWN POINT | When Crown Point police shot and killed two Siberian huskies last month, it was the first lethal force they used on animals in a year and a half, according to a report detailing the incident.
Fifteen years ago, a scathing review of Gary's police practices all but advised the Police Department to start from scratch.
GARY | One man's quest for a late-night meaty treat landed him in handcuffs.
HAMMOND | Former Hammond City Councilman Al Salinas pleaded for leniency Tuesday, hoping his 20 years in public service would abate a stiff prison sentence for his federal bribery crimes.
The statewide, multiagency team formed to assess Gary's policing needs met for the first time Tuesday afternoon, but without anyone representing Gary.
MERRILLVILLE | The ability to pay a child's tuition. Buying flights to see family in Poland. Finally paying for a dog's knee replacement.
GARY | Gary's calls for help are being heard.
GARY | Brown lawns. No park swing sets. Rusted, dormant train cars. It's hard to fight for your city when it looks dead.
Strategizing and sharing best policing practices across Northwest Indiana isn't new. But as north Lake County homicides increase amid strained departments, law enforcement officials are considering collaborations in ways they haven't before.
HAMMOND | The city has settled a federal civil lawsuit from a Hammond resident who claimed he was wrongly jailed after being thrown out of a city-sponsored Christmas party in 2009.
In November 1950, David Seils, a Marine Corps reservist rifleman, marched through frigid weather and fought at the Chosin Reservoir, the site of one of the Korean War's bloodiest battles.
Gov. Mike Pence wants Gary officials to prove how state police help they've requested would help sustain the city's future public safety.
CROWN POINT | A Gary man is accused of raping a teacher who gave him a ride home from a gas station in the city over the weekend.
GARY | After enduring tiring weeks of homicides and shootings, Gary officials are seeking help from Indiana State Police.
CROWN POINT | A Gary man faces charges of attempted murder after police said he shot the homeowner whose house he was robbing.
HAMMOND | Federal prosecutors are asking a judge to sentence a Belize man to 37 years in prison for a 2006 kidnapping and armed robbery of a Gary drug dealer.
Two Lake County sheriff's officers named as targets in a federal investigation oversaw a department discretionary fund that went nearly unchecked in the past several years.
HAMMOND | Federally convicted former East Chicago Mayor George Pabey wants either a new trial or a new sentence.
HAMMOND | Federal prosecutors will not seek the death penalty against five reported gang members accused of murder.
HAMMOND | A Merrillville doctor has fired his attorney as he awaits sentencing on a federal drug charge to which he claims he was coerced to plead guilty.
HAMMOND | A federal judge Wednesday ordered a convicted child pornographer to pay his victim a fraction of what prosecutors sought in restitution.
CROWN POINT | A Gary man whose 240-year prison sentence in a quadruple murder was overturned is due in Lake County court Wednesday, possibly to again face charges.
GARY | When he stood alongside Joe Jackson last June, Gary Mayor Rudy Clay was clear: Everyone should back the multimillion-dollar plan for a Jackson Family center.
One year after Gary agreed to give a Las Vegas group hundreds of acres of city property, even organizers admit little has been done. "As far as we're concerned, nothing has happened," said Councilwoman Marilyn Krusas.
HAMMOND | The city of East Chicago has settled a race and age discrimination suit filed by a former employee.
The owner of a Hobart auction firm temporarily is cutting ties with a Lake County police officer under federal watch, but called his colleague a "trustworthy guy."
I won't miss Oprah.
CHICAGO | George Pabey must go to prison. For the second time this month, the federally convicted former East Chicago mayor has been denied a request not to report to prison as scheduled on Wednesday.
HAMMOND | For the second time this month, former East Chicago Mayor George Pabey is asking not to report to prison in a week.
HAMMOND | Former East Chicago Mayor George Pabey must report to prison in about two weeks, a federal judge ordered Friday. Senior Judge James Moody denied Pabey's request to stay out of prison while he appeals his conviction and five-year sentence for conspiring to steal from his city.
HAMMOND | Former East Chicago Mayor George Pabey is hoping to avoid reporting to prison in two weeks.
HAMMOND | Gary wastewater contractors continued breaking environmental law for years, though they had been advised as early as 2003 their process was "a recipe for disaster," court records allege.
HAMMOND | A federal lawsuit hopes to recoup millions from two region banks it claims profited from an $80 million Ponzi scheme.
Like most people, some days, I curse my job.
For the first time in years, U.S. Sen. Dick Lugar's re-election to Congress appears uncertain.
In February 2010, Evan Bayh shocked the world of politics by announcing he would leave it.
HAMMOND | After a failed attempt at a plea deal with federal prosecutors, infamous "Nose Doctor" Mark Weinberger is set to go to trial Jan. 9.
One-time Midwest lawmakers who painstakingly scrutinized Osama bin Laden's hatred of the United States cautiously celebrate his demise.
HAMMOND | Prosecutors want George Pabey to spend five years in prison for his "brazen" theft of public funds -- and public trust.
I couldn't believe it. As people filed past my grandmother's coffin, were we really playing "When The Saints Go Marching In"?
By its own admission, the Gary-East Chicago-Hammond Empowerment Zone was not out to make money.
Edward Garza took particular pride in paying his final bill to the Gary-East Chicago-Hammond Empowerment Zone. The zone had shown kindness and patience to him and his third-generation East Chicago business when banks had not, he said.
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