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HAMMOND | A South Haven man reached a plea agreement with federal authorities Wednesday on one count of dealing cocaine.
HAMMOND | A former School City of Hammond administrator filed a lawsuit Thursday in U.S. District Court against her former employer over allegations of racial discrimination.
HAMMOND | A group of 17 Purdue University Calumet students planning careers in the hospitality and tourism industry experienced the sometimes not-so-glamorous job that awaits them.
HAMMOND | Charged in the recent sweeping Imperial Gangsters federal indictment, East Chicago’s Richard Reyes is requesting his day in court.
HAMMOND | A Gary man charged with receiving and viewing child pornography using a web-based bulletin board pleaded not guilty Thursday in U.S. District Court.
HAMMOND | A Gary man caught up in a sweeping indictment of the Black Disciples street gang pleaded not guilty Thursday in U.S. District Court.
HAMMOND | A federal magistrate set an Aug. 5 trial for a Merrillville man charged with being a convicted felon in possession of a firearm.
HAMMOND | Former East Chicago Public Library Director Manny Montalvo sued Mayor Anthony Copeland in U.S. District Court on Thursday, claiming he was fired from his position for political reasons.
HAMMOND | A semi-quadriplegic man serving time for robbery at Indiana State Prison in Michigan City is pressing ahead with a lawsuit against Lake County officials over his treatment during his incarceration at the Lake County Jail.
HAMMOND | A Gary man was sentenced Wednesday to more than 10 years in prison for his role in nearly a dozen armed robberies.
EAST CHICAGO | ArcelorMittal Steel continues to press its patent rights in federal court over the use of its Usibor-AS aluminum silicon coated product.
HAMMOND | Hammond City Councilman Al Salinas reached a plea agreement with federal prosecutors Thursday involving bribery and tax charges.
MERRILLVILLE | A man who thought he was meeting an acquaintance from an online dating site was instead allegedly being set up to be kidnapped and robbed.
HAMMOND | Jeremiah Stevenson will spend the next six and a half years in federal prison for his role in three robberies.
HAMMOND | A local business owner won’t see any jail time despite his guilty plea to federal tax evasion charges this week.
GRIFFITH | New details emerged Monday in the investigation into the homicide of 76-year-old Mary C. Austgen, including the possibility of a second suspect.
HAMMOND | A 38-year-old Chesterton man was given two years in prison Friday after pleading guilty to felony aggravated identity theft.
CHICAGO | Six local men are among 17 members or associates of the Black Disciples street gang arrested this week in a federal drug dealing and gun sweep centered on the Altgeld Gardens area on Chicago’s South Side.
GARY | Police have new clues in the investigation of the killing of Mary C. Austgen, 76, of St. John, who was found dead of a gunshot wound inside her vehicle parked in the Majestic Star Casino garage March 29.
HAMMOND | The father of former NFL star Eugene Wilson II was found guilty Tuesday in U.S. District Court of scheming to avoid legal reporting of money he received from his son.
EAST CHICAGO | Don’t tread on ArcelorMittal Steel’s patent for its Usibor aluminum product.
INDIANAPOLIS | A federal appeals judge issued a ruling Friday blocking portions of Indiana’s immigration law and declaring it unconstitutional.
HAMMOND | Former North Township supervisor Robert Cantrell won’t be allowed to appeal his fraud and income tax convictions, according to a ruling Friday in U.S. District Court.
SCHNEIDER | The proposed trash-to-ethanol plant in Schneider apparently has run out of gas, financially speaking.
GARY | The operators of Moses Foods, 1330 Broadway, Gary, are accused of using the U.S. government’s food stamp program to reap more than $400,000 in cash benefits.
HAMMOND | A sweeping racketeering case involving the Latin Kings street gang had its final defendant in custody plead guilty Thursday in U.S. District Court in Hammond.
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.
CHICAGO | Markham’s former deputy police chief was arrested Thursday on a federal charge of aggravated sexual abuse.
HAMMOND | Don’t mention the word “retirement” to U.S. District Court Judge Andrew Rodovich, even if he is transitioning to a reduced caseload and now collecting a pension.
HAMMOND | A Gary man faces up to 10 years in prison after reaching a plea agreement with federal authorities on a charge of being a felon in possession of a firearm, according to court records.
HAMMOND | Letters in support of former First Baptist Church of Hammond pastor Jack Schaap continue to arrive at the desk of U.S. District Court Judge Rudy Lozano, who will sentence Schaap on March 20 for having sex with a 16-year-old church member.
CHICAGO | Former Merrillville attorney Frederick Cuppy faces sentencing next month on a federal charge of perjury in a scheme to help hide the wealth of a corrupt former hospital executive in an offshore trust.
HAMMOND | In sentencing offenders on child pornography charges, federal authorities consider there are many degrees of child pornography, depending on the level of depravity and violence associated with the images and videos.
HAMMOND | Fifty family members, longtime friends, former podiatry patients, neighbors, business associates and political leaders have written letters to a federal judge in support of former Lake County official Tom Philpot seeking leniency as he faces sentencing on five counts of embezzlement.
HAMMOND | A 51-year-old Portage man is accused of taking bribes in his position as a guard at the federal Metropolitan Correctional Center in Chicago.
HAMMOND | Federal authorities returned an indictment for bank robbery Thursday against a 45-year-old Gary man.
HAMMOND | Trial dates were set for two Northwest Indiana men Wednesday during separate appearances in U.S. District Court in Hammond.
CHICAGO | Two south suburban residents are among 32 Illinois people indicted on federal charges related to receiving false unemployment benefits, Gary S. Shapiro, acting U.S. attorney for the Northern District of Illinois, announced Wednesday.
HAMMOND | A 32-year-old Gary man was indicted in U.S. District Court this week on one count of possession with intent to distribute crack cocaine.
HAMMOND | A 24-year-old Gary man was indicted Thursday on two counts of possession of a firearm by a convicted felon.
HAMMOND | Two Gary men were indicted on bank robbery charges Thursday in U.S. District Court in Hammond.
HAMMOND | Facing 46 months in prison for his part in a firearms scheme, former Lake County sheriff’s police Officer Edward Kabella cites a variety of mitigating factors in seeking a lighter sentence, according to a memorandum filed Wednesday in U.S. District Court in Hammond.
HAMMOND | A 44-year-old Hobart man was indicted Thursday on four counts of distribution of cocaine and one count of being an illegal alien.
HAMMOND | The city of Gary is sending some of its best and brightest people to the presidential inauguration this week.
HAMMOND | Numerous county officials and departments are off the hook as defendants in a far-reaching civil rights lawsuit brought by former attorney Robert Holland.
HAMMOND | Former First Baptist Church of Hammond pastor Jack Schaap cited a litany of mitigating factors in a sentencing memorandum filed Thursday in U.S. District Court in Hammond in advance of his Jan. 15 sentencing on charges of sexual misconduct with a minor.
CHICAGO | A suspended South Holland podiatrist will serve 18 months in a federal prison for his part in a health fraud scheme.
SOUTH BEND | Settlement of a second sexual harassment lawsuit will cost a Michigan City restaurant operator $20,000.
HAMMOND | A Gary man convicted in the 2009 robbery of a Hammond delicatessen will serve another stint in prison.
LYNWOOD | With a shrug of his shoulders and a shout of “No!” 4-year-old Ronon Thomas offered his thoughts on whether he’s a hero for alerting his family to a fire that destroyed their mobile home at the Alpine Village complex Saturday.
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