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Rescue workers search Deep River behind the Water Front Lounge in Lake Station early Sunday for a man who went into the water but never came out. Jeffrey Sandefur, 25, of Lake Station, was pronounced dead at 4:35 a.m. Sunday, according to a release from the Lake County coroner's office.
Emergency personnel work Saturday after an SUV crashed into at home near 21st Avenue and Virginia Street in Gary.
A car crashed into a home Saturday in Gary.
Workers try to correct an overturned semi Wednesday night on Interstate 65 in Merrillville. Police and fire crews responded to numerous reports of storm-related damage.
A gas leak at an abandoned Calumet City home Saturday caused an explosion that knocked bricks off the side of the house and moved it off its foundation, police said.
A pickup truck sits tangled with a semi Saturday morning on southbound Clive Avenue near the ramp to the Borman Expressway. The driver of the pickup was airlifted to a Chicago-area trauma center with unknown injuries, police said.
Friends of Cody J. Lejeune gather near Broad Street and Avenue H in Griffith.
A helicopter with two people on board crashed on Monday evening at the Lansing Municipal Airport near runway G27-9. Police reported both people on board refused treatment.
Firefighters cut a hole in the garage door to gain entry to the structure in the 1600 block of 216th Place in Sauk Village. However, they were blocked by a stud wall that had been erected to possibly provide more living space.
A firefighter talks on his radio while working at a house fire Sunday night in the 1600 block of 216th Place in Sauk Village.
Firefighters work a house fire Sunday night in the 1600 block of 216th Place in Sauk Village. Assistant Fire Chief Ed Myers said when firefighters arrived shortly after 8:15 p.m., the fire was through the roof, and it was reported there were people inside. The fire was quickly elevated to a …
Police and emergency responders work Sunday night near Kosciuszko Park in East Chicago after a body was pulled from a canal.
Firefighters work at the scene of Thursday's fire at a Schererville condominium complex.
Firefighters exit a building at 205 W. Joliet St. in Schererville on Thursday after attacking a fire from the interior. Lighting is believed to have started the blaze at the condominium building.
Large flames rise from a condominium building on Joliet Street near Homan Drive Thursday afternoon in Schererville.
Firefighters pour water on a blaze at a condominium building off Joliet Street in Schererville on Thursday afternoon. Departments from at least nine communities helped battle the blaze, which sent up a thick cloud of smoke. The fire displaced 31 residents and destroyed two floors of the thre…
The Joy Riders cyclists meet on Wednesday at the Trek bicycle store on U.S. 30 in Schererville to hit the local trails.
Members of the Joy Riders, sponsored by the Trek bicycle store on U.S. 30 in Schererville ride the Pennsy Greenway Trail on Wednesday night.
The Pennsy Greenway Trail in Schererville, near the Schererville Police Department.
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Munster V.F.W. Post 2697 members prepare to fire a cannon during last year's Memorial Day service at the Edward P. Robinson Veterans Memorial in Munster.
Larry Wirtz and his Bag of Tricks Magic Show kept the kids entertained while their parents browsed through vendor offerings Saturday at the seventh annual Parenting Fair at the U.S. Steel Yard in Gary .
More than 75 children packed the Diamond Club at the Rail Cat's Stadium Saturday afternoon as dozens of parents browsed vendor tables at the seventh annual Parenting Fair in Gary.
A replica space shuttle is just one of the many items up for auction at the old Crown Point Library Saturday morning.
About 75 auction visitors participated in the auctioning off of content and property of the old Crown Point Library Saturday morning.
Row upon row of empty book shelves were on the auction block at the old Crown Point Library Saturday morning.
A large brush fire broke out Saturday between 41st and 45th Avenue bounded by Whitcomb and Ross Road in Calumet Township. Fire departments from Griffith, Schererville, Lake Hills and Highland responded to help extinguish it. Several fires were burning in the area. One destroyed a shed near 4…
A firefighter works to extinguish part of a brush fire Tuesday near the 900 Block of Avenue H in Griffith. A business owner in the area said he initially thought the fire on the outskirts of his 12-acre property was a controlled burn.
Thick black smoke rises from a brush fire Tuesday in the 900 block of Avenue H in Griffith.
About 35 train cars derailed near the Broadway entrance to U.S. Steel early Saturday. The cars were part of a 104-car Canadian National train traveling west. A CN spokesman said train employees would be working the rest of the weekend to clean up.
About 35 cars in a 104-car Canadian National freight train derailed early Saturday near the Broadway entrance to U.S. Steel. Some of the cars were carrying hazardous waste, but no leaks or spills were reported.
Antonio Pipkin holds the Class 2A basketball championship trophy as the rest of his Bowman Academy teammates are introduced during a rally Sunday for team.
Bowman Academy senior Antonio Pipkin, right, and his teammates roll into town as the Class 2A State Basketball Champions on Sunday afternoon. They were welcomed home with a parade down Broadway to before a rally at the school.
GARY | A long line of family, friend and fans were a part of a parade Sunday afternoon to celebrate the Boy's basketball Class 2A State Championship acheivment.
Some of the demonstrators who marched outside the Planned Parenthood office Saturday in Merrillville carry signs stating their opposition to abortion.
A Knights of Columbus member reads from the Bible before demonstators begin their march around Planned Parenthood in Merrillville in an effort to stop abortions.
Workers install the second and final row of concrete blocks Wednesday night that will aid in preventing flooding of the Little Calumet River on Kennedy Avenue near 179th Street. The coordinated action of people and machinery along Kennedy Avenue in Hammond and Highland was a practice drill t…
A staging area was set up Wednesday on Kennedy Avenue near 179th Street in Hammond. Several dump trucks were waiting to have their massive concrete blocks unloaded and put into place across Kennedy Avenue at the Little Calumet River.
The intersection of Kennedy Avenue and 179th Street was closed Wednesday evening for a flood training drill.
Ken Vitullo, along with his wife, Shirley, strap helmets onto there 2-year-old twins before taking off on the eight-mile Tour de Highland bike ride around Highland last June
Firefighters use a hand line to douse hot spots Tuesday afternoon at a multi-alarm fire in Chicago Heights. The fire in a vacant warehouse in the 1600 block of Union Avenue forced the relocation of a polling place a block away at the Golden Towers Senior Center, 1706 East End Ave.
More than 160 cyclists headed down the bike path at 5th and Jewett last summer on a course that would wind them eight miles through the streets of Highland for the third annual Tour De Highland.
A fire Tuesday destroyed most of the second floor of a home in the 4300 block of Northcote Avenue in East Chicago. One firefighter suffered a shoulder injury and another received a puncture wound on his elbow as they battled the blaze.
Dancers at the annual Parent/Child Sweetheart Dance in Hammond kick off the evening off with the cha cha slide Friday at the Jean Shepherd Community Center.
Whit Sox mascot Southpaw takes it back curing the cha cha slide Friday at the annual Parent/Child Sweetheart Dance at the Jean Shepherd Community Center in Hammond.
Flames roar as firefighters spray water on Daisy's Tap at 531 W. Columbus Drive on Tuesday night in East Chicago.
East Chicago firefighters spray water Tuesday on flames coming from Daisy's Tap on Columbus Drive in East Chicago.
An aerial ladder dumps water onto the roof of Daisy's Tap on Columbus Drive in East Chicago.
Zoey, the Chinese Crested puppy that firefighters rescued Monday, developed a cough from smoke inhalation but was given a clean bill of health by her veterinarian during a visit Wednesday, owner Kandi Sickles said.
Firefighters from Lake Ridge, Griffith and Merrillville battle a house fire Monday night in the 1600 Block of Elm Street in Calumet Township.
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